A reality TV show feud is in full swing, and it’s so weird that it could have been lifted right out of the telly from one of the shows.
Love Island Megan Barton Hanson has shared a screenshot on Instagram of Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Scott Disick sliding into her DMs to have a go at her about how she treated Eyal Booker on the show.
Scott and Eyal have recently met due to their girlfriends being sisters – Eyal is dating model Delilah Belle Hamlin, and Scott is with her younger sister Amelia Hamlin.
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After asking if they could have a chat about Love Island, Scott then sent Megan a rant about her behaviour on the show, calling her “disrespectful” and suggesting she write Eyal an apology.
To Megan’s general astonishment, he wrote: “I was recently introduced to a beautiful man named Eyal. When I went to see what he’s done on TV I was astonished by your behaviour.
“To find you mugging him off and taking full advantage of his unbelievably beautiful sense of humour and vulnerability.
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“I’m extremely disturbed that anybody could be so disrespectful to somebody for no good reason. I would like to know if you’d be willing to write him an apology.”
The message then ended: “The fact that you told him he wasn’t funny – when in fact, you are not Jim Carey, is absurd.”
Megan and Eyal met in the villa in 2018 where they briefly coupled up, before going their separate ways, so it’s rather odd that years later Scott Disick should wade in on the drama.
Love Island is available via catch up on ITV Hub.
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