Yanet Garcia hits back at ex-boyfriend Censor’s breakup explanation video - Dexerto

Yanet Garcia hits back at ex-boyfriend Censor’s breakup explanation video

Published: 20/Oct/2018 0:25 Updated: 20/Oct/2018 0:26

by Virginia Glaze


Weathercaster Yanet Garcia has uploaded a four-part response to ex-boyfriend and newly-retired Call of Duty pro Doug ‘Censor’ Martin, who claimed that their breakup occurred due to conflicts over revenue from his YouTube channel.

Her response, which she posted in a series of photos to Instagram, revealed that she had worked hard to become financially independent, and claimed that she did not rely on anyone to help build her now-blossoming career.

She likewise claimed that Censor had wanted to monetize their love by vlogging their relationship, as Censor mentioned in his video explaining their breakup.

“…obviously, my ex-partner has decided to change unconditional love for money,” she wrote, “or monetizing it as social platforms now call it.”

She then said that she preferred to keep private matters to herself instead of publicising the details of their relationship, and ended her message by stating that matters of the ‘entertainment world’ should not be taken too seriously.

Garcia’s statement lines up with what Censor had mentioned in a recent vlog over the matter, where he claimed that Garcia had expressed concern over his constant vlogging – especially in regards to him buying her a new car.

However, Censor also claimed that Garcia wanted a cut from the funds he was making from his YouTube vlogs, and stated that he hadn’t been comfortable with that proposition – even if she had been helping increase his views.

Censor has garnered ample criticism for his breakup with Yanet, which he originally claimed was to pursue competitive Call of Duty. Censor has since retired from competitive gaming to pursue full-time content creation.


Who is jexif? the Diamond Tester Kid on TikTok

Published: 29/Oct/2020 17:57

by Georgina Smith


TikTok user ‘jezkif,’ a.k.a. ‘Diamond Tester Kid,’ has gone viral after making a several part series in which he goes around to teachers in his school, testing their supposedly real diamond rings, and often delivering some less than desirable news.

Following TikTok’s rise to mainstream popularity after its switch over from musical.ly, it has become a hub for viral content. With its extraordinary number of bizarre filters, viral sounds, and addictive trends, just about everyone has given the app a go.

The content that thrives the best on TikTok, however, is certainly weird and wonderful. Some users even have gained followers in the millions by making fake Tom Holland accounts, confusing droves of fans.

But student ‘jezkif’ has achieved viral fame in the most unexpected way possible – by taking a diamond tester around his school, shedding some light on his teachers’ supposedly very expensive rings, with hilarious results.

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TikTok has over 800 million users worldwide.

TikToker goes viral for hilarious diamond reveals

In his first video of the series (which has now garnered 880,000 likes and over 5 million views), he approaches his teacher and asks, “You got a wedding ring right?” and “Do you think it’s real?”

@jexif##foryou ##viral ##trending ##abc ##diamonds♬ original sound – DiamondTesterKid

The teacher replies with a confident, “Of course!” so jezkif quickly sets about testing the ring in question. “It’s real right?” she asks hopefully, but the monitor revealed the stone was in fact fake, leaving the teacher stunned.

@jexifI’ma find another fake one 😤##foryou ##viral ##viral ##trending ##abc ##diamonds ##foryoupage♬ original sound – DiamondTesterKid

Each video produced a new brilliant reaction from the teachers, initially being excited at the prospect of engaging with their student’s curiosity, and then immediately regretting it once the diamond detector revealed some unexpected results.

Tweets showcasing the hilarious work of the Diamond Tester Kid have also gone viral, with likes in the tens of thousands. One user said, “Yo this kid goes around testing his teacher’s wedding rings & I’m screaming, because most of them are fake.”

It’s safe to say that jexif’s videos has given millions of TikTok users a good chuckle, and no doubt has many eyeing up their own rings they previously thought to be real.