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Love Island sparks another ‘race row’ as four black contestants are dumped first – after Ikenna and Amber grow to be newest to depart the villa

Love Island has sparked another race row as four black contestants have been dumped first from the courting present.

On Tuesday’s dramatic episode Ikenna Ekwonna and Amber Beckford had been kicked out of the villa after being voted the general public’s least favorite boy and woman. 

It got here after Afia Tonkmor and Remi Lambert had been axed final week after failing to efficiently couple up with any of the opposite islanders. 

Trouble: Love Island has sparked another race row as four black contestants have been dumped first from the courting present (pictured is Ikenna Ekwonna who was dumped on Tuesday evening)

After the most recent two dumpings involving Amber and Ikenna many took to Twitter to share their ideas, with many slamming the present for its ‘race downside’.

One wrote: ‘Love Island kicking off 4 black folks again to again is a bit sus however okay’.

Another mentioned: ‘Hope the producers have extra black folks coming in as a result of how is it simply 2 folks now’. 

Sad: On Tuesday's dramatic episode Ikenna Ekwonna and Amber Beckford (pictured) were kicked out of the villa after being voted the public's least favourite boy and girl

Sad: On Tuesday’s dramatic episode Ikenna Ekwonna and Amber Beckford (pictured) had been kicked out of the villa after being voted the general public’s least favorite boy and woman

Someone else added: ‘Nah some racist s**t happening in love island proper now with the votes’, whereas a fourth wrote: ‘This vote appears very anti-black.’

Another fuming viewer wrote: ‘Is nobody questioning why a white particular person hasn’t left but? Y’all actually see black folks as undesirable and it reveals completely disgusting.’

ITV has been contacted by MailOnline for a remark. 

Home: It came after Afia Tonkmor (pictured) and Remi Lambert were axed last week after failing to successfully couple up with any of the other islanders

Home: It got here after Afia Tonkmor (pictured) and Remi Lambert had been axed final week after failing to efficiently couple up with any of the opposite islanders

It comes after firstly of the sequence a separate race row erupted as followers of the ITV2 courting present accused producers of ‘segregating’ the {couples} based mostly on the color of their pores and skin. 

There was outcry on social media throughout the opening evening’s present, which noticed the four black contestants paired collectively by a public vote: Indiyah Polack with Ikenna and Amber with Dami Hope. 

The six white contestants had been additionally coupled up: Liam Llewellyn with Gemma Owen, Luca Bish with Paige Thorne and Andrew Le Page with Tasha Ghouri. 

Brief: Remi (pictured) was only in the villa for a couple of days after failing to win over Indiyah

Brief: Remi (pictured) was solely within the villa for a few days after failing to win over Indiyah 

It was the first time the preliminary coupling-up has been determined by the general public, as earlier years have positioned the facility into the fingers of the contestants. 

One aggrieved fan wrote on Twitter: ‘So they’ve basically segregated the {couples} as two black {couples} and three white {couples}… is that what i am getting?’ 

Another expressed: ‘As quickly as she mentioned the general public can be matching up the {couples} I simply KNEW the black folks would all be put collectively. Why did the producers suppose this was a good suggestion?’ 

Reaction: After the latest two dumpings involving Amber and Ikenna many took to Twitter to share their thoughts, with many slamming the show for its 'race problem'

Reaction: After the most recent two dumpings involving Amber and Ikenna many took to Twitter to share their ideas, with many slamming the present for its ‘race downside’

A 3rd branded the coupling-up ‘so predictable’, whereas a fourth mentioned it’s ‘so embarrassing seeing the general public match the black contestants collectively solely’. 

Amber and Ikenna had been each brutally dumped from Love Island on Tuesday evening’s dramatic episode – as new woman Antigoni Buxton will get set to enter the villa. 

The public had been voting for his or her least favorite woman and boy which left Monday evening’s present on a nail-biting cliff hanger as the contestants gathered across the fireplace pit to be taught their destiny. 

Not happy: It comes after at the start of the series a separate race row erupted as fans of the ITV2 dating show accused producers of 'segregating' the couples based on the colour of their skin (Indiyah Polack and Ikenna Ekwonna pictured)

Not joyful: It comes after firstly of the sequence a separate race row erupted as followers of the ITV2 courting present accused producers of ‘segregating’ the {couples} based mostly on the color of their pores and skin (Indiyah Polack and Ikenna Ekwonna pictured)

The boys with the fewest votes had been Ikenna, Jay Younger and Andrew Le Page whereas the women with the fewest votes had been Tasha Ghouri, Amber and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu. 

The women had been left devastated as Amber left, with Tasha saying she felt ‘heartbroken’ that she was dumped, whereas the boys lamented how the villa would not be the identical with out Ikenna. 

Speaking as he left the villa Ikenna mentioned: ‘I’ll miss the boys and Dami a lot and I want all of them the most effective!’

Amber then added: ‘I’ll miss all of them, I’ll miss the chats with Dami and I’ve no regrets over my time within the villa in any respect.’

Earlier within the evening after the names had been introduced, Paige Thorne obtained a textual content that mentioned: ‘Only one boy and one woman might be going house tonight. That resolution is within the fingers of the general public.’

Danica Taylor and Dami Hope each obtained textual content messages saying: ‘The boy/woman with the fewest votes and due to this fact dumped from the island is…’ earlier than the present ended with viewers pressured to attend till Tuesday to search out out who has been dumped.

Not impressed: There was outcry on social media during the opening night's show, which saw the four black contestants paired together by a public vote (Amber Beckford with Dami Hope are pictured)

Not impressed: There was outcry on social media throughout the opening evening’s present, which noticed the four black contestants paired collectively by a public vote (Amber Beckford with Dami Hope are pictured)

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