Yanet Garcia's Pro Gamer Ex Says Money Arguments Led to Breakup

"Obviously, it wasn't only for Call of Duty."
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The former pro-gamer who infamously ended his relationship with Yanet Garcia—aka the world's sexiest weather girl—says there's more to the story. 

Douglas "FaZe Censor" Martin initially claimed that he and the former Maxim Mexico cover model parted ways because he wanted to focus solely on honing his Call of Duty skills. 

After Martin's team was knocked out of the lower bracket in the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship tournament, he retired from competition to produce content full-time. 

Now he says disagreements over money caused the split. 

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"Obviously, it wasn't only for Call of Duty. Everything started to turn when I mentioned to her how much money could be made on YouTube and being a YouTuber," Martin said in new video. 

"When she understood how much money I was making on YouTube, she wanted to get a percentage of [revenue from] the videos I was making." 

He said he didn't "feel comfortable with it" even though she was driving traffic to his channel. 

Martin also claimed that the couple came to an agreement in which he would pay for her bills and English classes while they lived in New York City, and they would quit producing profitable content together on social media.

But the "one thing" that put the nail in the coffin of their romance came when Martin asked to film himself giving Garcia a new car.

"I told her, 'Listen, you need to get a car because you've been living in New York for like a year. If you want to go to the gym late at night and I've got to play Call of Duty and make a YouTube video, I don't want to be driving you to the gym all the time.'" 

"'Let me get you a car. And I want to film it.'" 

The gamer claims that Garcia didn't want the gesture to be the subject of a money-making YouTube video. Martin adds that he "genuinely [wanted] to get the girl a car." 

The Hoy television presenter fired back at Martin with a subtweet that's been translated from Spanish.  

"The loyalty of a woman is proven when her man has nothing," she captioned two photos of Michelle and Barack Obama. "The loyalty of a man is put to the test when he has everything." 

With over 8.5 million combined followers on Instagram and Twitter, Garcia certainly doesn't need a cut of anyone else's social media profits. 

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