Love Island fans expose ‘villain’ amid Casa Amor feuds – but it’s not a boy

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    Love Island fans have "exposed" the real villain amid the Casa Amor fall out – and surprisingly enough it's not one of the lads.

    With the villa thrown into chaos after the fall out from a week of heads getting turned, four of the couples are experiencing rocky patches.

    Some of the boys played away while the girls were at Casa Amor, with the likes of Will Young and Tom Clare kissing bombshells before sticking with their OG partners.

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    But now viewers are saying that neither Will nor Tom, or any of the other lads like Casey O'Gorman or Kai Fagan who kissed girls, aren't the real villains from this series.

    Some fans are convinced that Tanya Manhenga is the real "villain" after she betrayed the boy she was supposed to love.

    Tanya shocked viewers last week – and Shaq Muhammad, who she was exclusive with – when she recoupled with Martin Akinola.

    One person took to Twitter during Sunday night's show (February 19) and penned: "I don't wanna be THAT person but maturing is realising Tanya did worse than what any of the boys did during Casa."

    "Tanya is such a fantastic villain honestly. How has she become the victim here?" asked another, which referred to Tanya's actions in tonight's episode where she spoke to both Shaq and Martin.

    While a third said: "Tanya is the biggest female villain I’ve seen on this show lol. I’ve watched every season and I can’t think of any girl that’s disrespected their boy to this extent."

    A fourth then added: "Tanya is the worst in all of this. The main villain. Poor Shaq, can he go on a date already?"

    And a fifth wrote: "Tanya this is painful to watch #loveIsland if a man was to do this in the villa he’d be the villain!"

    This comes as the couples attempted to navigate life after Casa, with Tanya trying to fix things with Shaq and the boys (bar Kai) trying to fix things with their girls.

    Sunday night's episode ended with Will Young and Jessie Wynter making up after she was heartbroken to learn of Will's Casa Amor antics.

    Love Island airs every night at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX, with Unseen Bits on Saturdays and Aftersun at 10pm on Sundays.


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