To cite Miley Cyrus, “nothing breaks like a heart” and on this period of Love Island the individual most hard done by in the sorrow office is unquestionably Shaughna. Her hurt sentiments have prompted some dissing her ex Callum, with his calling specifically. To such an extent that Ofcom has gotten objections from the individuals who trust Shaughna is victimizing scaffolders on Love Island.
The entirety of this resentful has originated from Shaughna’s previous love intrigue Callum having his head turned basically the subsequent he hit Casa Amor. During the notorious recoupling where Callum jumped ship for new girl Molly, Shaughna said, “I’m happy for Callum. I should have never trusted a scaffolder anyway.” Her comments have been so offensive to some that The Sun reports scaffolders have complained to Ofcom about discrimination.
It’s not the first time Shaughna has discussed her distrust of scaffolders. She’s previously shared that her ex is also a scaffolder. Her comments have proved so offensive to some that The Sun reports Ofcom has received complaints that she’s discriminating against scaffolders. The reaction on Twitter was mixed, with some people laughing along with her and others getting a bit het up over her comments.
Need to stop belittling his profession now #loveisland You might think he’s a prick but at least he’s a hard working lad. The shaming for being a scaffolder is ridic!
3:57 AM – Feb 11, 2020
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In the past, Love Island has proven to be no stranger to complaints and this season’s no different. In actual fact, within the first week the Metro reports that Ofcom received a stonking 231 complaints regarding former islander Ollie Williams’ photos alongside dead animals. The publication also revealed that the episode featuring recoupling following Casa Amor proved to be a controversial one. 65 complaints were made after Callum chose Molly. Sixty-one complaints were also made by viewers who believed that Siânnise used the n-word when discussing Callum’s choice. Complaints which The Sun reports were vehemently opposed by ITV who said that viewers were mistaken and she had said “they ain’t no good.” The broadcaster added, “No one said — and nor would we broadcast — the word in question. We strongly refute any suggestion to the contrary.”