Dumped Love Island star Amber shares then deletes clip of fan slamming Ekin-Su

Love Island star Amber Beckford found herself in hot water with fans on Thursday after she shared and then deleted a video online of a fan slamming fellow Islander Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu.

The 24 year old stunner, who works as a nanny in London, was dumped from the show earlier this week after receiving the lowest number of public votes.

During her time on the show, she had been coupled up with 26 year old microbiologist Dami Hope, however her time in the villa was far from dull, as she was caught on camera coming to blows with her fellow contestant Ekin-Su more than once.

In one particularly heated exchange, the two had been left at loggerheads as they debated which of them was “fake” and who was “playing a game.”

While in another conversation, Amber could be seen rolling her eyes at Ekin-Su as she continued to chatter away about her scorned partner Davide – who famously shouted at her after she was caught kissing Jay Younger behind his back.

Now that Amber has safely returned to UK soil, the star shared a clip from a fan on TikTok, in which she shared her less-than-rosy opinions on Turkish actress, Ekin-Su.

Amber shared the clip on her social media on Thursday, according to the Daily Star, but later chose to delete it.

The clip, which has since been deleted saw the viewer telling the camera that she was “'sick of the Amber slander", ranting: "If you watch back the clips where she's p***ed, it's because somebody is talking nonsense.

"I understand that you lot's warrior and queen is Ekin-Su, in my opinion she's a bizzle, how are you big 27 years old?”

The viewer went on to admit that she wasn’t a big fan of Ekin-Su, but since her arrival in the villa she had warmed up to her a little as the days went on.

Despite this, she still advised other viewers at home to “stop idolising her because you're telling me you want to be touching 30 and acting like that? No.”

According to the TikTok, Ekin-Su has been constantly talking about Davide, much to the chagrin of the other contestants.

"Obviously you're going to sit there and be like ugh cool man do you ever stop talking?" she continued.

"Bearing in mind Ekin-Su came into this house on volts – 'listen girls, I'm not here to be your friend!'."

Prior to removing it from her feed, Amber had captioned the post: "Period [cry face emoji, love heart emoji].”

The move comes just one day after Amber’s family had announced they would be shutting down her social feeds in order to protect her from cruel trolls that had targeted her during her villa stay.

In a post shared to Instagram her family wrote: “Hey all, Amber's time in the villa has come to an end. We have received some lovely comments & messages and thank you from the bottom of our hearts."

"However as most of you are probably aware of some of the vile tweets, messages and posts that are being written about Amber. As Amber's family and friends this has been extremely hard to see and sometimes sickening," they added.

The statement continued: "We didn’t want to have to post something like this, but please remember that bullying somebody over an hour episode of a televised show is damaging.

"Bullying and negative comments can be extremely harmful to someone’s mental health and sometimes in worse cases can be fatal."

Amber's family and friends added they "will not stand for bullying and harassment".

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