Love Island’s Remy Lambert said his villa experience was devastated by feuds with Jack O’Neill who were unaffected by the show.
Remy was dumped from the island on Sunday and has since appeared on YouTube series Reality With Will Njobvu discussing his time on the ITV2 show.
When asked about his interview on Aftersun’s Love Island spin-off, where Will noted that Remy seemed “shrinked” after his release, Remy explained, “There was a lot of stuff that wasn’t aired — a lot of stuff going on.
“Essentially, Jack and I got into a lot of arguments and it made my experience sloppy.
“It really ruined it for me,” he said.
“People were saying, ‘That’s because he has a rugby personality,’ but you can’t treat anyone that way.”
Asked by fellow islander Afia Tunkmore about the arguments, Remy said Jack was “trying to reach him,” often imitating him and saying things like, “My name is Remy. I’m tough and I’m from Mane.”
Remy continued, “He was doing it constantly. It was so annoying, but I was the only one who stuck to myself because he’d always do that to people and I would just stick it to him and say ‘shut up.'”
“But yeah, we got into a lot of fights and stuff,” Remy added.
A Love Island spokesperson had no comment to add when contacted by HuffPost UK.
Remy also named Jack as someone he didn’t get along with at the villa in an Instagram Q&A, calling him “the Muppets.”
When a fan replied, “You can’t post this without context,” Remy replied, “That’s for another day.”
However, Remy generally told Reality With Will Njobvu that his Love Island experience was “very good,” saying he enjoyed “making friends, doing challenges, seeing the view and the weather.”
“It’s like a free vacation, isn’t it,” he joked.
Remy added that he got the best score with Jay Younger and India Pollack while in the villa.
When asked why he didn’t make any move in India, Remy said: “I was just confused. I was getting really mixed signals.
“It was pure energy, dead playfulness while doing rock, paper and scissors…I talk about deep things. We had so much fun together.”
Love Island airs Sunday through Friday at 9pm on ITV2. Watch the full episode of Reality With Will Njobvu above.