Idiot gamer who dumped the world's hottest weather girl to play more 'Call of Duty' loses championship
A few months ago, Douglas 'FaZe Censor' Martin had it all. He played video games for a living - yes, that's a thing - and he was dating Yanet Garcia, "The World's Sexiest Weathergirl." Three years ago, he traveled to Mexico to visit the beauty, who boasts 6.5 million followers on Instagram. (Wow, she must be very good at reporting the weather!) They started dating soon afterward, and Garcia moved to New York so to be close to him.
However, Martin had a dream: to win the Call of Duty League Championship. And he believed that in order to master Call of Duty, he had to resist the call of booty. That's right, FaZe Censor dumped The World's Sexiest Weathergirl so he could practice playing video games more. Seriously. His enormous fanbase - 1.3 million followers on Instagram, 2.5 million subscribers on YouTube - couldn't believe it.
In a YouTube video, Martin explained why they broke up:
"She’s beautiful, she’s smart, she was an awesome girlfriend…it’s just, I gotta do what feels right for me. ... I’m playing Call of Duty full-time now and she wanted to take her job opportunity...
"I want to win a ring, I want to win a world championship, what I want in my life at this very moment is to compete in Call of Duty because I love it so much. I’m going to do whatever it takes to be a champion. There’s only 24 hours in a day and I just didn’t have enough time to do what I needed to do."
"So, I am relaxed, at peace, I keep what was good about the relationship in my heart. We were in a long distance relationship, it was very difficult. I actually do not judge him, on the contrary I wish him all the success, I hope that he wins that championship and it gives him all that he wants. We were a couple working in social media, and he had commitments with his followers while I have my job and projects."
Well, apparently practicing for 24 hours a day wasn't enough. FaZe Censor failed at winning the Call of Duty championship, so now has no trophy and no girlfriend. The great sacrifice did not pay off. "I came back this year and said I was winning champs," he wrote on Twitter. "I feel so bad. Really thought our team could do it. GG to the competition and GL to the rest. Until next year."
It's a tough break, but the gamer insists he has no regrets. He told his 1.3 million followers, "No, I don't want Yanet back!" That's the spirit! Who needs girls when you've got video games?
Well, it's probably for the best that Martin is moving on. During an appearance on Hoy, Garcia was asked if the couple would ever get back together. "No, I do not think so," said the aspiring supermodel and actress. "I trust God, he has something else for me."