Sherif Lanre breaks his silence after being kicked off Love Island

Laura Martin     45 mins Tuesday June 11th 2019   
 


	
		
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Following the departure of Sherif Lanre yesterday, rumours began circulating social media claiming Anton had been booted from the show.

In a statement on his stories, he said: "Thank you to everyone including my friends and family for the support I've come back to".

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

Lanre did not feature prominently in last night's episode.

Comedian Iain Stirling, who narrates the programme, mentioned him during a voice-over.

He said only: 'Earlier, following discussions with the producers, Sherif left the villa.

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The news of his departure was announced yesterday, saying that the decision for Sherif, who describes himself as "cheeky, confident and pretty flamboyant" to leave Love Island was "mutually agreed" because he had broken the villa rules. After entering the villa and instantly dumping Sherif for Callum, she labelled her new match as "old", then rejected several other boys who tried to try it on with her after failing with their first choices, leaving her to declare that she was no one's second best.

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Things did start looking up when Anton Danyluk made a play for her but it backfired when he compared Anna to Molly-Mae Hague.

He will tell her: "As much as Molly is my type, she's handsome from the outside in. You're handsome on the inside and out", he said.

His words will not go down well with either Amber Gill, Yewande Biala or Amy Hart, who Anna will confide in after the chat.

"He was spotted buying a sandwich by producers and asked to go on the show so he isn't "fame-hungry".

"I reckon it's from scrapping or getting a bit argumentative and getting in the faces of people- that's zero tolerance, so, any violence, or intimidation, shouting like that, they'll just cut you from the show".

"I don't think the tea is going to be spilt until a couple of weeks or months down the line".

She will agree that there was "an instant connection" between them, adding: "I'm happy that you're here".

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