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Kakai Bautista officially launches own YouTube channel

Kakai Bautista delighted her fans and followers on Wednesday, August 12, when she announced that she will soon start vlogging.

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08/13/2020 02:50 PM
Kakai Bautista officially launches own YouTube channel
Photo Credit: @ilovekaye Instagram

Kakai Bautista delighted her fans and followers Wednesday, August 12, when she announced that she will soon start vlogging.

The comedienne-singer shared the exciting news on her Instagram page, with a short teaser for her YouTube channel. 

 


 

"Ok ayan na nga siya. Gagalingan ko na 'yung YOUTUBE channel ko guysh. Kakayanin nyo ba? Cherets," she wrote.

"Parang mas tanong ko yan sa sarili ko kung kaya ko 'tong ma-sustain. Jeskerlerd. Ilalaban naten yerrrn! #SariliNgSikap ito! Sana mag-subscribe kayo parang awa niyo na. Thank you guysh. Lablab!" she added.

She uploaded the same video on her YouTube channel, telling her subscribers: "Reviving! Redecorating and renovating! ... SEE YAH SOON MGA EME!!!"

In the comment section of her Instagram post, fans of Kakai expressed excitement over her newest venture, with some already suggesting ideas for her upcoming vlogs. 

"Vlog collab ate with ate Maja pleaseeeeee," wrote one user, referring to Kakai's good friend, Maja Salvador.

"Collab with Maymay [Entrata] po sana," said another user.

Kakai first launched her YouTube channel in 2010, sharing mostly song covers and videos of her live performances. Her latest entry, uploaded just last Sunday, August 9, was a cover of "Kahit Maputi Na Ang Buhok Ko" by OPM legend Rey Valera, which has garnered more than a hundred views.

As of writing, her YouTube channel has over nearly 8,000 subscribers.

Kakai joins the growing list of local celebrities who have dabbled into vlogging, such as Vice Ganda, Judy Ann Santos, Toni and Alex Gonzaga, Kathryn Bernardo, Kim Chiu, Erich Gonzales, Liza Soberano, and Julia Barretto.

Kakai, 41, was last seen in the 2019 comedy film "#Jowable." She was also featured in the record-breaking movie "Hello, Love, Goodbye" starring Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards.