From Joe Garratt being accused of ‘abusing’ Lucie Donlan, to Molly-Mae being slammed for revealing the number of men she has bedded, the reality TV staple has divided opinion up and down the county.
It seems every night the ITV2 show offers a new talking point for social media.
However, while the islanders are all building up a strong fanbase, not everyone is feeling the love.
Ex On The Beach star Sean Pratt, who most recently appeared on E4 show Baewatch: Parental Guidance with his on/off girlfriend Jordi Leigh, has taken to Twitter to let rip about the people’s reactions to the show.
Taking to Twitter, the OnlyFans regular raged: “All I’m seeing is extremely opinionated comments, videos and interviews regarding Love Island.
“The whole country has gone overly judgmental and overly sensitive creating a monster in all of us looking for faults in people within the show, or faults in those sharing their thoughts.
“Why can’t we as a nation just watch a show anymore and say, ‘that’s funny’ or ‘that’s relatable’?
“Instead. We have to criticise each and every inch of someone’s appearance or each word that leaves their mouth, their mannerisms. Everything. It’s actually so f***ed now.
“We are so scared because people are committing suicide etc.
“Yet not scared to say how we feel. Or share our thoughts, but then we get criticised for it.
“The whole f***ing world is one big SENSITIVE POLITICALLY CORRECT HEAP OF S***!”
Not stopping there, Zahida Allen’s ex vented: “Seriously.
“If we can’t just enjoy reality shows like Love Island anymore then just f*** it all off.
“They’re all s*** now anyway.
“And no-one is allowed to talk about, or criticise the show or who is involved without getting criticised themselves. I’m done.”
During his time on Ex On The Beach Sean famous rowed around the clock with his then girlfriend Zahida.
Even outside of the show the couple were on and off more times than we could count.
After their final split, an enraged Sean savagely branded Zahida ‘like cancer’ in a brutal chat with Daily Star Online.
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