- A new report claims Love Island runners up Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury weren't invited on a trip to Ibiza with their fellow contestants.
- The likes of Anton Danyluk, Lucie Donlan, Joe Garratt and Casa Amor's Lavena Back went on a post-villa weekend away, sharing pictures and videos of their antics on social media.
Rumours of a rift between Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury aren't going anywhere, after a new report claims the runners up weren't invited on a weekend away by their fellow Islanders.
If you went anywhere near Instagram over the weekend, the chances are you saw a lot of content from the Love Island contestants in Ibiza. The likes of Jordan Hames, Chris Taylor, Tom Walker, Belle Hassan and Joanna Chimonides continued their Spanish summer of love with a group trip to the party island.
But two people who were noticeable absent were Tommy and Molly-Mae, with a source telling The Sun they were "banned" from the trip by their fellow Islanders, as claims that they're 'fake' continue to follow them.
According to the insider, "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 They decided they wanted to treat their Love Island mates but they all agreed they didn’t want to invite anyone they didn’t like – such as the 'fake people'.
"A few of them were very vocal about how they think Tommy and Molly are fake – they said all they did was sleep all day in the villa and nothing else," the source added. "Everyone agreed they Tommy, Molly and Amy were banned from the trip and weren’t to be invited."
While none of the Islanders have publicly referred to Molly-Mae and Tommy as "fake", many fans are speculating about whether this has something to do with the underlying feud between Anton Danyluk and Molly-Mae.
Anton, who came fifth alongside Belle, previously admitted to unfollowing Molly-Mae on Instagram, commenting during the Love Island: Reunion show: "We weren't the closest, I wouldn't say we weren't friends. I didn't choose to follow her. I wouldn't have chosen to follow her."
In response, Molly-Mae opened up to OK! Magazine about how she'd been on the receiving end of a significant amount of trolling already, and was upset to see Anton was adding fuel to the fire.
"Everyone has seen that I’ve been getting quite a lot of backlash and hate online, so for him to then add fuel to the fire was quite shocking," she commented. "I know Tommy would never do that to Belle if she was in this situation, because he’s not that type of person.
"I think it showed more about him than anyone else. It’s a shame that this has happened. It was unnecessary. I want to be able to support everyone who was on the show. We all did this together."
We have contacted Molly-Mae's representative for comment.
You Might Also Like