Ekin Su and Amber Beckford clash over ‘game playing’

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Ekin Su Cülcüloğlu gets in a clash with Amber Beckford over ‘game playing’ credit:Bang Showbiz
Ekin Su Cülcüloğlu gets in a clash with Amber Beckford over ‘game playing’ credit:Bang Showbiz

Ekin Su Cülcüloğlu and Amber Beckford get in a furious bust-up over “game playing” in Monday night’s (20.06.22) ‘Love Island’ instalment.

The pair’s clash follows a chat Ekin Su, 27, has with bombshell entrant Jay Younger, 28, who are coupled after the actress ditched 27-year-old Italian businessman Davide Sanclimenti.

Ekin Su is seen talking about friendship with her female castmates, and decides to single out Amber for a chat after Jay claims he senses friction with another girl.

She tells the 24-year-old: “I was sitting there and (Jay) was like, ‘I think Amber and Paige don’t like you’.”

Amber admits: “I feel like upstairs, you’ve been really genuine and we’ve seen a vulnerable side to you but I will add, over the last couple of days I’ve thought, ‘Is she playing a bit of a game?’”

Ekin Su snarls: “What's your actual issue with me? All you’re saying doesn’t make sense.”

Amber says: “You’re playing a bit of a game, enjoying the drama.”

But Ekin Su hits out: “Am I playing a game or are you playing a game?”

It comes after Ekin Su said she hates Amber for breaking ‘girl code’ as she advised Dami Hope, 26, to “go to the terrace” with Indiyah Polack, 22, behind Amber's back.

Davide was left raging when he found Ekin Su had kissed Jay behind his back, branding her “the fakest person I ever met”.

Meanwhile, Davide pulls Indiyah for a chat in which he asks her if she feels like they “have a connection”.

Monday night’s episode will also see the contestants taking part in the show’s famous stomach-churning food spitting task.

The ‘Lip Service Challenge’ sees the Islanders use their mouths to transfer food to their partner, with preview footage showing Luca Bish, 23, swapping saliva with new bombshell Danica Taylor, 21, after he refused to share a bed with her on Sunday night’s (19.06.22) episode.

The new instalment will also be extended by five minutes to fit in drama after Islanders learn the public have been voting for their favourite girl and boy.

‘Love Island’ airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

The dating reality show can be seen in Ireland on Virgin Media Two and Virgin Media Player.

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