Dingdong Dantes shares reason behind Team Dantes’ hiatus on YouTube

  • One member of “The Dantes Squad” has finally spoken about why they stopped making videos on Youtube
  • According to Dingdong Dantes, a lot has happened to their family such as having a new baby which has become their main priority
  • “The Dantes Squad” has more than 600,000 subscribers on Youtube who are patiently waiting for their next vlog

A member of the “The Dantes Squad” has finally spoken about the main reason why they stopped making videos on Youtube.

Image via @marianrivera | Instagram

Many of their fans and followers noticed that the “The Dantes Squad” has stopped uploading videos on their Youtube channel.

In an article from the Team Dantes, Dingdong Dantes told his fans about the reason why he and his wife Marian Rivera were not able to produce materials for their vlog for several months.

“It’s been a while since we uploaded, it takes commitment to keep producing materials. Not only for the viewers but for us too,” the Kapuso actor said.

He also added, “A lot has happened like we had a baby, so vlogging is not our priority.”

According to Dingdong, a lot has happened in their family such as welcoming a new member in their family. He said it has become their major priority since then.

“The Dantes Squad” has more than 600,000 Youtube subscribers who are patiently waiting for their next family vlog.

Dingdong Dantes, who is now a father of two, has recently become the crowd favorite for social media memes.

Image via @dongdantes | Instagram

He assured his fans he is not offended by the Dong memes. He also admitted he even had a good laugh while he was on the set because of the memes.

“It’s so funny, the best take away is it became a social experience for me. I have different feelings looking at it but the most important is it made me happy,” he said.

“It awaken us, i had interaction with the staff i usually i don’t have interaction with. I saw Pinoy’s creativity. And their responsibility, that though funny, they avoid to offend,’” he added.