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Love Island fans slam 'entitled' Antigoni after frosty confrontation with Ekin-Su

Love Island fans have labelled newcomer Antigoni as "entitled" after a recent confrontation with Ekin-Su.At a recent recoupling, Ekin-Su went with her gut and picked Davide, despite pursuing both Jay and Charlie throughout her time in the villa and the fact that Antigoni was trying to make moves on him.Danica went after Ekin-Su and picked Jay, even though he had told her earlier that "the door was closed".This left Antigoni last and forced to pick new boy Charlie.After the recoupling, Danica walked off with Paige to discuss the events that had just unfurled.Later, Ekin-Su pulled Antigoni to talk about her decision but fans weren't happy about her "entitled" nature.Do you have a story about one of this year's Love Island stars? Contact us at staronlineshowbiz@reachplc.comIn a segment where Antigoni spoke to the camera, she said: "I didn't have an issue with her, nothing outright nasty I just thought she was playing a bit of a game, but it's water under the bridge." One wrote: "Antigoni has nose dived from my instant fave to entitled sore loser. Please shut up, how were you having any kind of connection with Davide or even Jay to be honest?!"Another said: "I’m ready for Antigoni to go.

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