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Billy Brown and Josh Le Grove slam Love Island

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘Love Island’s Billy Brown and Josh Le Grove claim producers allowed bullying to happen on the show.
The dumped islanders have hit out at producers for controlling conversations in the villa and claim that more should have been done to make contestants aware of how their words were being perceived by the viewers.
When asked on the ‘Secure The Insecure’ podcast: “Did you see misogyny and sexism, and bullying in the villa?”, Billy responded: “I can see why people were saying about the bullying. I can see why, I can understand.
“Especially to girls, don’t go and keep hurting that girl constantly, such as Tasha. Don’t go and just keep going at her, going at her, going at her.
“For me to see that, that is not nice. I don’t like no one feeling out of place. I don’t like no one feeling like they can’t go and speak to someone, or alone.
“For me, Luca and Dami for instance, they just constantly go to Tasha, go to Tasha. They might see it as banter but when I spoke to Tasha one night she was crying. I saw her over there by herself.”
Josh added: “Imagine you’re in year 11 at school and the teacher’s just left the classroom, it felt like that kind of atmosphere.
“A producer could easily step in and be like, ‘Listen, this is how it’s coming across’. Or, ‘How would you be on the outside?’
“I feel like sometimes they step in when they want to step in, and they will sit back and happily let something come across a certain way. I feel like we have a situation like that.
“I feel like some people get carried away and it would be nice and easy for the producers to just step in and be like, ‘Listen, you wouldn’t do this on the outside, or this is how it’s coming across’. Rather than just waiting and then stepping in later.
“I feel that a lot of them won’t understand how much is getting shown or how it’s bring portrayed on the outside.
“So if they’re getting told, ‘This is what it’s looking like, obviously to a certain point, you should understand certain things you shouldn’t say are going to come across a certain way’.
“But at the same time, you’re in a little bubble. If they’re telling you, ‘What you’re doing, you’re doing great, you’re doing great’. And they’re not saying, ‘Listen, this is not coming across very well’. That’s also where they should be focusing on mental health.”
The pair also claimed that there were strict rules in the villa over who they could talk to and when.
Josh said: “I was in welfare for 20 to 40 minutes every day just because it was the only place I could actually get stuff off my chest.”
Billy added: “If you feel a certain way that day, you can’t go and chat to them. That mental health side of things was a bit messed up.
“If you’re feeling something and you want to go and chat to the girl about it, or whoever you’re with about it. Say I am really stressed out and I want to chat to Josh about the Danica situation or Tasha situation, you’re not allowed.”
‘Love Island’ airs at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox. The dating reality show can be seen in Ireland on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player.

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