Love Island’s Georgia and Sam both quit cast’s WhatsApp group as feud rumbles on
Georgia Steel wasn’t the only person to leave the Love Island WhatsApp group as she was closely followed by her boyfriend Sam Bird .
The 2018 series may be over but the explosive drama is continuing as the villa feuds spill out into real life.
It was previously revealed that Georgia quit the chat while launching an all-out war with Megan Barton Hanson by branding her ‘fake’ and ‘insecure’.
Mirror TV can exclusively reveal that Sam also left the WhatsApp group before pleading to be let back in.
Frankie Foster has told us that Sam "accidentally" left the chat at the same time as his loyal girlfriend.
He said: "I think it was an accident. Sam joined back in and said ‘s*** I left the wrong group’.
"Sam and Gee both left and I think Sam just left the wrong group. There’s so much going on in that group you lose track. I think they’re both back in now."
Love Island fans will be desperate to know what is being said in the group, which recently got a lot bigger when the finalists got their mobile phones back.
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Frankie said the chat was still flowing days after the series finished and is being used by the Islanders to arrange nights out.
We’ve obviously all got loads going on were doing similar stuff," he said. "People will chuck a message in, [saying] ‘who’s doing this tonight?’. The group chat is still busy."
It was Frankie’s girlfriend Samira Mighty who first exposed the inner working of the WhatsApp group chat.
Speaking to Digital Spy , shocked Samira said: "Georgia left the group."
"I was like, ‘Whose number is this?’" she added.
While Rosie Williams , who was best friends with Georgia in the villa, said: "Yeah, she’s left the group, I don’t know why."
Loyal Georgia doesn’t seem willing to build bridges with her former housemates.
Samira quits Love Island
But Frankie, who revealed he has spent nearly every night with Samira since she walked out of the villa, is getting to know all of his fellow Islanders.
The entire cast will be brought together for the first time on Sunday night’s Love Island: The Reunion special on ITV2.
With various comings and goings lots of the Islanders didn’t actually get to meet each other until leaving the villa.
Frankie said: "I’ll meet people at an event or on a night out I’ve never met but they’re from the show and you instantly get on because you’ve shared the same experience."
*Love Island: The Reunion airs on Sunday on ITV at 9pm
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