A fan paid the UFC’s iconic ring announcer Bruce Buffer almost £225 to break up with his girlfriend on Cameo.
The video-sharing website allows famous people to charge their fans for a short recorded clip.
Buffer, who has introduced the likes of Conor McGregor and Brock Lesnar to the Octagon over the years, has a rate of £224.25 for a personalised message.
And one fan took full advantage to use the 63-year-old to dump his other half, Kaylee.
Buffer, speaking in his signature ring announcer voice, obliged in a 14-SECOND clip.
He said: “It’s time for Kaylee to move on!”
Sports stars, actors and celebrities have been using Cameo as a way to make extra cash.
It has been another avenue for them to bank more money, especially during the coronavirus pandemic this year.
WWE legend The Undertaker charges fans a whopping £747 ($1,000) per video.
The Deadman retired from wrestling earlier this year, bringing an end to his successful career, which started in 1990.
WWE chairman Vince McMahon has controversially banned his wrestling stars from using third-party platforms, including Cameo.
And to get an understanding of how serious McMahon is over his new rule, Zelina Vega was reportedly sacked for disobeying the company’s policy by creating an OnlyFans account last month.