Camila Sodi Breaks Silence On Chicharito Romance, Confirms Break Up [VIDEO]

Camila Sodi and Chicharito
Camila Sodi and Javier "Chicharito" Hernández have been spotted together in Paris. Instagram/camilasodi_/ch14_instagram

After evading the press, Camila Sodi has finally opened up about her relationship with Javier "Chicharito" Hernández. Thalia's niece gave an interview to Adela Micha for Vanity Fair México and was candid about what she lived through following weeks of speculation. "It was a lot of pressure from the press, we couldn't, we were in a long distance relationship and it was too much," she said. "There was a lot of ridicule, a lot of things of something so beautiful, a lot of ugly things that had nothing to do with us.

She also added: "They made up a lot of things that were not true, then they impregnated me. I have tried to stand on the sidelines but I became involved and I had to say something." Sodi also commented on what qualities the soccer star had. "I look at people for who they are," she said. "He had a noble soul. He is a good person." Watch the interview down below and tell us what you think!

Rumors of a break up between Sodi and Hernández came up weeks ago after the Mexican soccer star was seen in a video singing a song from Banda MS. "Out of everything, I am the one responsible, for not asking before starting," Hernández is heard in a really out of tune voice. Another video got people's attention on social media and it was from Camila Sodi. In the video that Amanditita posted online, Sodi sings one of those empowering anthems. The song was "Te quedó grande la yegua" by Alicia Villareal, which is a song directed at a man that was not able to handle a woman. Thalia's niece is singing it with a lot of passion, and people have interpreted as a call to Chicharito.

At the beginning of the year Chicharito and Camila Sodi were seen together around Paris after rumors started that the soccer star and Lucía Villalón had called off their engagement. Spanish media first reported that the couple have broken up and had cancelled their wedding. The pair had recently updated their Twitter profiles and neither have the "1422" that symbolized their relationship. A screenshot of Villalón's had the number at the end of her bio, but it is no longer there.

All parties involved had not spoken publicly about the situation, until Villalón attended an event. During Madrid Fashion Fest, the sportscaster was asked about her relationship. "What hurt me the most was his disloyalty, I wasn't expecting it, I was going to marry him," she said. "There's no relationship. We all make mistakes in relationships. I probably have made a lot." She added: "Everyone has their own life and each one has their reactions or time of mourning, what ever you may call it. If he has remade his life, hope it goes well for him. Just like one expects to be respected, I will have to respect the times everyone has."

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.