Earlier this summer the world learned that the World’s Hottest Weather Girl was single again after getting dumped by her pro-gamer boyfriend. Her now-ex claimed he’d ended things because he wanted to focus on his career. People teased him for his decision but eventually forgot about the whole thing, but he hasn’t. He recently released a new video claiming the famous weather girl is a “gold digger”–and she’s not happy about it.
Couple. Doug Martin, a 23-year-old YouTuber and professional gamer better known as FaZe Censor, made news earlier this summer when he broke up with his girlfriend. His now-ex Yanet Garcia, 27, is a successful TV host and model who has been dubbed the World’s Hottest Weather Girl.
Breakup. The breakup became a joke on the internet because people couldn’t fathom why Martin would breakup with some a gorgeous woman. At the time he explained that he had done it so that he could focus on his career as a pro-gamer, and she could focus on her modelling.
Lost. Not long after, he participated in a pretty huge gaming tournament and subsequently lost. The jokers and trolls were back, asking him if he regrets ending things with Garcia yet. He did not.
Winning. He tweeted, “I came back this year and said I was winning [the] championship. I feel so bad. I really thought our team could do it.” He later added, “And no I do not want Yanet back, please stop with the memes already.”
Media Sensation. But it seems like Martin has changed his tune now that everyone has moved on from their media sensation of a breakup. He is now claiming that there was a lot more to the split than he had previously mentioned.
Demanded. In the newly released YouTube video–aptly titled, “WHY I BROKE UP WITH YANET GARCIA”–Martin claims that Garcia became really interested in how much money he was bringing in thanks to his increasingly popular channel. He even revealed that she demanded money from him.
Net Worth. Garcia and Martin met through social media and began dating. They lived together for a year and she was featured in multiple of his videos. In 2017 Martin had a net worth of just $800,000, but AlphaLife estimates that he’s currently worth $1.5 million. Their relationship lasted three years before Martin ended things.
Money. Since Garcia had been featured in some of his videos which helped earn him that new net worth, she allegedly asked about getting paid. Martin explained in his video “Everything started to turn when I mentioned to her how much money could be made on YouTube.”
Mainstream. “At this time, YouTube wasn’t really that mainstream. Nobody really respected YouTube as a profession as they do now,” he continued. “So, when she understood how much money I was making on YouTube, she wanted to get a percentage of the videos I was making.”
Comfortable. He explained in the video that he “didn’t feel comfortable” with that arrangement. So instead he devised a different plan. “I also had this other side of me where I’m like, ‘Is this morally correct? Is it right to give somebody money? Why can’t we just support each other?’”
Expenses. So Martin said that he helped pay for her expenses, as well as her visa and spoiled her. He revealed said that he bought her a car–but she didn’t appreciate it like he hoped she would. “The one thing that really ticked me… and I have to be honest with you guys, was when I bought this girl a car.”
Intentions. “Most of the time if you were gonna buy your girlfriend a car, they would be really happy and appreciative of it.” He went on to explain that he wanted to use the car for his videos and wanted to film him giving it to her, causing her to question his intentions.
Gold Digger. Martin also claimed in the video that Garcia gave him “ultimatums about who my friends could be.” Ever since the video went live the weather girl has been bombarded with hate and accusations of being a gold digger by trolls. She issued a response on her Instagram.
Statement. Garcia addressed her seven-point statement to “the whole media, digital press, and general audiences.” Garcia wrote that Martin “has decided to change unconditional love for money or monetising it as social platforms now call it.”
Cannot Recognize. She then talked about her own incredibly successful career and never needed Martin’s money. She wrote, “I believe in justice and bravery and that is why I’m pointing out the lies that I’m not willing to accept.” She then added, “I cannot recognize the person I was in love with.”