JaMill YouTube Earned Php 50M-100M? Was It Deleted Due To Tax Fears?

Is it true that JaMill Youtube earned Php 50M to Php 100M?

JAMILL YOUTUBE – The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said that a couple vlogger earning Php 50M to Php 100M is being investigated now.

In a previous article, vlogger couple Jayzam Manabat and Camille Trinidad, collectively called as JaMill, have shocked everyone with their sudden decision to end their vlogging career and delete your YouTube channel. They are among the top vloggers in the country with over 12 million subscribers.


And as they confirmed that their channel is now wiped out, they shared that it would be best for their private lives and their relationship. Online pressures, demands, and expectations have taken a toll on them, thus, they decided to do something to what they think is the biggest distraction to their peace.

However, speculations online arise that the deletion of the channel could be because of tax fears. The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said that vloggers have to pay their taxes and just recently on PTV-4, they said that they will be running after a vlogger couple who took down their channel.

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The government agency said that the deletion will not be an excuse for them to evade their tax payment responsibilities. They did not drop the name but they revealed that in the past two years, the couple was able to earn Php 50 to Php 100 million from YouTube.

It furthered that the deletion of the channel happened days after BIR Commissioner Caesar Dulay stated that YouTube and Facebook influencers should pay their taxes. And people online could not point out anyone but JaMill. The hints fit what happened but the reason coming from them is not to evade tax. As mentioned, the reason why they deleted their channel is for them to regain their peace and focus on their relationship.



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