The “world’s hottest weathergirl” Yanet Garcia has responded to her ex-boyfriend’s claims that she was demanding a cut of his social media revenues.
Doug “FaZe Censor” Martin, 23, was heavily mocked by online users when he broke up with stunning Garcia, 27, in the summer.
Garcia told her 7.8 million followers her “ex-partner has decided to change unconditional love for money.”
“I cannot recognize the person I was in love with.”
“I believe in justice and bravery and that is why I’m pointing out the lies that I’m not willing to accept.”
She signed off from her Instagram testimony with: “If God is with me, who (is) against me?”
The professional gamer had originally said he broke up with Garcia in order to concentrate on practicing for an online Call of Duty League Championship.
Following relentless teasing online, Martin felt that it was necessary to explain why he really split up with the curvy weathergirl.
He claimed that she was asking for money for helping to direct followers to his social media accounts.
He said: “When she (Garcia) realized how much money I was making on YouTube, she wanted a percentage.”
Martin said that he felt “uncomfortable” by the demand, and asked himself whether that was “morally correct.”
After the YouTube video “Why I Broke Up With Yanet Garcia” was released and viewed by over a million people, the gorgeous Mexican thought that she would respond.
Writing in English for “the whole media, digital press and general audiences,” Garcia shared a seven-point response for her near-eight million followers.
The brunette beauty said that she has been “working every day for economic independence” and does not have to “depend on anyone else in any sense.”
She pointed out her role as a weather girl had opened up many opportunities, including high profile projects like Sharknado and Bellezonismo, and said these provided more than enough income.
Garcia’s post has received almost 48,000 likes.