Mika Salamanca Scandal With H2WO: Why Is The YouTuber Trending On the Internet?
Mika Salamanca, a Filipino YouTube vlogger and social media influencer, rose to prominence for her song covers. She also uploads videos of herself dancing and living her life.
Salamanca didn’t post material on her YouTube account until 2017, after launching it in May 2014. She became well-known there for her lifestyle and fashion vlogging, as well as those that revealed details about her personal life.
She earned notoriety after being held by Honolulu Police last year for breaching Hawaii quarantine regulations.
Mika Salamanca Scandal With H2WO: Why Is She Trending?
Mika Salamanca’s Scandal has recently gone popular on porn sites. People search porn sites for her Scandal, which includes videos of her engaged in sexual behaviors.
The videos, however, have nothing to do with H2WO. H2WO, John Paul Salonga, is a prominent athlete in the Nexplay Esports Ecosystem.
There is no other information available concerning the Scandal. The viral videos may also be false because they have been edited.
Mika Salamanca, a well-known online personality, publicly declared her relationship with professional Mobile Legends (ML) player John Paul Salonga, also known as H2WO, on social media in 2021.
They were seen hanging out in each of their vlogs. After months of rumors, they finally confirmed their relationship on social media.
Mika shared some of their “kilig” moments on YouTube before announcing their relationship. Fans and backers of the couple responded to the news of their relationship.
H2WO gushed the internet users with the words “I LOVE YOU” in the comment section.
Why Was Mika Salamanca Arrested?
In 2020, Hawaii Police arrested YouTuber Mika Salamanca for violating quarantine laws.
Salamanca was detained by Honolulu authorities on Friday, July 24, for violating Hawaii’s requirement that all foreign visitors and returning residents submit to a 14-day self-quarantine.
A KITV4 ABC Island News report states that Mika arrived in Hawaii on July 6 after traveling from Manila. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) discovered on July 10, four days later, that she had been seen dining out in public with friends and dancing, as shown by videos provided by witnesses. She was there, according to the establishment’s owner as well.
Mika Salamanca’s Family Bailed Her Out
Mika, also from Alabama, was detained in Waipahu, an area of the Hawaiian island of O’ahu. Her family members put up $2,000 bail to free her.
Mika argued in her defense that Police had visited her home and assured her she was in no danger if the results of her swab test were negative, which they were. She was then free to leave.
However, the Special Agents from the Department of the Attorney General’s Investigations Division made it clear that they never suggest to people who have a negative COVID-19 test to break self-quarantine.