News: Love Island’s Sherif Lanre tells fans he’s ‘all good’ as he breaks silence following axe from show

News: Love Island’s Sherif Lanre tells fans he’s ‘all good’ as he breaks silence following axe from show

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Axed Love Island star Sherif Lanre has broken his silence to tells fans he is ‘all good’ after being kicked off the hit tv show.

The 20-year-old chef was given his marching orders just nine days after arriving in the villa over what has been described as a ‘silly mistake’.

He sent a message to fans via his Instagram page after being reunited with his phone, the Mirror reports .

He explained to his followers: “Thank you to everyone including my friends and family for the support I’ve come back to.

“I appreciate you all and hope I provided some good, positive moments during my time on Love island and for anyone wondering I’m all good.”

Sherif then followed up his statement with the tongue in cheek hashtag: ‘It is what it is’ – which has become a much-joked about phrase on the show – and ‘Better things to come.’

While the exact reason for his exit has yet to be revealed, a TV insider told the Mirror: “Sherif made a silly mistake and was immediately summoned to the Beach Hut – it wasn’t a criminal matter and he was spoken to and agreed to leave,” a Love Island insider told us.

“Sherif knew he had to leave immediately after being called to the Beach Hut.

“No security were involved.”

In a statement released yesterday, Sherif admitted his “poor judgement” led to him leaving the villa.

“In a case of poor judgement, I broke the villa rules and as a result agreed with the producers that it was best for me to leave the villa,” he said.

“I regret that I didn’t conduct myself in the right way and, as a 20 year old guy, it’s something I know I will take on board and learn from.

“I really enjoyed my time in the villa and look forward to catching up with everyone on the outside.”

The latest episode of Love Island went to air as scheduled on Tuesday night, hours after the new was confirmed – though no mention of Sherif’s exit was made

Viewers also noted that Sherif was barely seen in the hour long programme with producers choosing to focus on the other contestants.

Sherif and Anna get cosy

A source has since revealed to the Mirror that none of the remaining Love Island cast were officially told the reason Sherif’s axing, despite it being serious enough for him to have been booted out of the villa immediately.

“The Islanders have been told he’s left the villa,” a Love Island insider told us.

“They haven’t been told the reason why, and it’s unlikely they’ll be told officially.”

The news appears to confirm  Sherif’s “silly mistake”  was a solo act of rebellion, for which he was hauled into the Beach Hut for a serious talk with producers.

Rule breaking includes aggression, possession of mobile phone, masturbation, racism, sexually aggressive behaviour and smoking in the non designated areas.

Sherif and Anna share a tender moment

As well as taking in medication not disclosed to producers.

It doesn’t seem to have been an altercation with any of the other Islanders – as was one of the theories doing the rounds on  Twitter .

No nudity

Technically the villa is a public place, so indecent exposure is a big no no.

This rule even applies in the shower – one episode has already seen Tommy Fury having to shower in his white, nearly see-through boxers.

Intoxication

While Islanders are allowed a few drinks a night, it is prohibited to get drunk. And so is having sexual encounters with a drunk contestant.

Unprotected sex

ITV2 bosses are strict on practicing safe sex. Islanders are not allowed to have unprotected sex in the villa under any circumstances.

Love Island branded condoms are plentiful in the villa and contestants are even offered STI tests before entering the villa.

No smoking

Following a huge amount of complaints surrounding Islanders smoking in the 2017 series, producers cracked down. There’s now a designated smoking area outside the villa with a limit of one Islander at a time in a bid to refrain contestants picking up a social smoking habit.

No personal phones

Of course we’re all used to the familiar scream of: “I’ve got a text!” but that’s from the basic phones given to Islanders by ITV bosses. Although they can be used for texting, they’ll only get as far as fellow Islanders as contestants are completely cut out from the outside world.

No masturbation

While Islanders often get under the sheets in their coupling, no solo acts are allowed on the premises.

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*Love Island airs tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2



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