Love Island cast ‘ban Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury from Ibiza getaway’ over fake claims

Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague ‘banned’ from Love Island shuttle to Ibiza (Picture: Rex)

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have long past from power to power since leaving the Love Island villa.

However, it’s been claimed the remainder of their ITV2 co-stars don’t reasonably agree, and banned the couple from becoming a member of them on a contemporary shuttle to Ibiza.

A handful of Islanders jetted off to Spain to rejoice Danny Williams’ birthday, however whilst Lucie Donlan, Jordan Hames, Chris Taylor and Belle Hassan lived their perfect lifestyles on the bash, Tolly have been noticeably absent, along side Amy Hart.

And an insider claimed the ones in price made it some degree to not lengthen an invitation.

‘Some of the Love Island stars got a free trip to Ibiza from a clothing brand and so were able to take people with them,’ a supply mentioned. ‘They decided they wanted to treat their Love Island mates but they all agreed they didn’t need to invite someone they didn’t like – such because the “fake people”.



‘A couple of of them have been very vocal about how they believe Tommy and Molly are fake – they mentioned all they did used to be sleep all day within the villa and not anything else.

Love Island's Amy Hart
Amy Hart used to be additionally no longer given an invitation to the shuttle (Picture: Rex)

‘Everyone agreed they Tommy, Molly and Amy were banned from the trip and weren’t to be invited,’ they added to The Sun.

Molly-Mae needed to deal with fake claims all over her entire stint within the Love Island villa, with audience and her co-stars wondering her intentions.

But the 19-year-old has at all times insisted she has been utterly authentic in her emotions in opposition to boxer Tommy.

She used to be additionally compelled to talk out after Anton Danyluk unfollowed her on Instagram, quickly after being dumped from the relationship display.

Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague
Molly-Mae accused Anton Danyluk of ‘adding fuel to fire’ over Instagram unfollowing (Picture: Rex)

‘Everyone has seen that I’ve been getting reasonably numerous backlash and hate on-line, so for him to then upload gas to the hearth used to be reasonably surprising,’ she fumed.

‘I know Tommy would never do that to Belle [Hassan] if she was in this situation, because he’s no longer that form of particular person.

‘I think it showed more about him than anyone else,’ she added to OK! Magazine. ‘It’s a disgrace that this has came about. It used to be pointless.

‘I want to be able to support everyone who was on the show. We all did this together.’

Love Island's Anton Danyluk
Anton tapped that unfollow button (Picture: ITV)

Speaking about what made him faucet that unfollow button, Anton said: ‘When I was in the villa, I didn’t observe someone, my control adopted each and every islander.



‘But at the outdoor, after I spotted Molly-Mae on my newsfeed, I unfollowed her.

‘I have nothing against her, we just didn’t talk within the villa. We can be in the similar room and wouldn’t say a phrase to one another.’

So. Much. Drama.

Metro.co.united kingdom has contacted reps for Tommy and Amy for a remark, Molly-Mae’s spokesperson declined to remark.

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