Image courtesy of Jeorella Merch https://www.instagram.com/jeorella.merch/

Ella Gatchalian Makes Her Comeback with Jeorella Merch

Beauty and fashion vlogger and Gushcloud talent Ella Gatchalian makes an epic comeback following the backlash she received for an online controversy last May. Stemming from a Twitter thread, the issue made its rounds online, fueling a number of netizens, and eventually leading Ella to go on a social media break.

Image courtesy of Ella https://www.instagram.com/jeorella__/

A month after the controversy had simmered down, Ella took to Instagram stories her side of the issue, while expressing her apologies and thanks to those who supported her all throughout the ordeal. She also took her statement to YouTube, uploading a 6-minute video to air out her sentiments. In the video, she revealed her new look, no longer sporting the long hair she was known to have. 

Her physical transformation wasn’t all that she unveiled. On her second YouTube anniversary last July 7, she dropped her latest project: her own branded merchandise, Jeorella Merch. It recently launched its first piece: a dri-fit shirt with the words “do you” in front and “JEORELLA” at the back, with her personal touch of the colors yellow, black, and white.

Image courtesy of Ella https://www.instagram.com/jeorella__/

The shirt is also only sold in size large, reflecting her style and preference for oversized shirts. Just 24 hours after its release, stocks immediately sold out! While we still do not know the next availability of the merch, you can learn more by staying updated here.

Image courtesy of Jeorella Merch https://www.instagram.com/jeorella.merch/

Despite all the noise trying to get in her way, Ella—or Jeorella, as she is now called, teaches us to just keep doing our own thing. Instead of focusing on the past and what everyone else may say, she channels all her energy into her passions—with the hope of picking up where she left off while starting something new.

And that’s what “do you” means for her. What about you—how do you “do you”?


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