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Yanet Garcia 'worlds sexiest weather girl' DUMPED by professional Call of Duty player to focus more on gaming || Rightbd

A professional Call of Duty player has dumped the 'world's sexiest weathergirl' Yanet Garcia to focus on the game.
In a lengthy YouTube video Douglas ‘FaZe Censor’ Martin explained why he broke up with the stunning 27-year-old - who shot to fame presenting the weather on Mexican TV station Hoy.

Yanet was dubbed "the girl that makes you want to watch the weather" by Playboy and the "sexiest weather girl on the planet" by international media thanks to her killer curves.
She posted on Twitter saying she was "heartbroken" after the 23-year-old pro-gamer announced he didn't have time for the relationship as there are "only 24 hours in a day."
In the clip titled 'WE BROKE UP' he says that the couple have been living apart due to their job situations in different countries.
He said: "There’s only 24 hours in a day and I just didn’t have enough time to do everything that I needed to do.
"At this moment in my life, I don’t have time for a girlfriend.
"I have to focus on myself, what I’m doing as a career.
"I’m so focused on Call of Duty, I can’t give her the attention that she wants and I just know that this is how it’s going to be for at least another year.
"She’s going to be doing that job over there, I’m going to be playing Black Ops 4 full time.
"I just know for a fact I’m playing Black Ops 4. I’m going to be locked in for Call of Duty."
The break-up has come after Censor struggled this year, missing out on the first stage of the Call of Duty World league, before signing up with a different team that had secured a place in Stage 2 to ensure he got there.
Garcia grew her global legion of fans during the 2018 World Cup earlier this month as she supported her native Mexico.
This included letting her co-presenters kick her on the bum as a good luck charm ahead of Mexico's efforts in the World Cup.
She has 6.5 million followers on Instagram compared to his 1.3 million - but he takes the prize on YouTube with 2.6million subscribers to her 480,000.
Despite Yanet's message on Twitter - which prompted scores of people to offer support - they both still have each other's channels set as featured on their own pages.

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