Sherif Lanre has asked Love Island bosses why he wasn't allowed to 'make up' his exit storyline.
The former Islander, 20, was booted out of the villa last summer after after accidentally kicking co-star Molly-Mae Hague in the groin and joking it was a "c*** punt".
The rugby player soon issued an apology for his vile remark – but then accused ITV bosses of being "racist" after other contestants were allowed to stay after making similar comments.
Sherif, who was even reportedly banned from the Aftersun wrap party, has questioned why he didn't get the same treatment as Ollie Williams after his controversial departure.
Hinting there was some sort of cover up, Sherif tweeted: "WHERE WAS MY GOD DAMN EXIT STORY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I could have made one up"
He swiftly added: "My turtle unexpectedly came out of hibernation and I needed to go home to care for him"
Sherif was at the centre of a storm in last year's series when he was unexpectedly taken out of the villa.
After days of speculation over why he left, including rumours of a mishap in a hot tub, he confessed there was an incident with Molly-Mae in the bedroom.
Sherif was reportedly taken away by producers in the middle of the night and not allowed to say goodbye to his fellow Islanders.
This comes in contrast to Ollie, who was seen telling the rest of the villa that he was still in love with someone else before saying his goodbyes.
Over 500 complaints were made to Ofcom demanding producers take action after images of Ollie smiling and sat beside dead animals surfaced.
Infuriated fans who called for him to be removed from the villa and many are convinced this is why he left – but the 23-year-old aristocrat has insisted the backlash did not prompt his decision to leave.
Speaking the day after his departure aired, a defiant Ollie said: "Having left the Love Island house I have become aware of the press stories circulating in the UK. I would like to make a number of comments on the various claims and accusations.
"I had no knowledge of the stories until I had left the Love Island villa and all cast members are unaware of any news stories while they are on the programme.
"My reasons for leaving Love Island are as communicated on the show.
"I did not shoot any of the animals shown in the photographs nor have I ever shot as a trophy hunter.
"I did volunteer to take part in the conservation and anti-poaching programme in Mozambique, a part off which involves old or sick animals being culled. I was there as an observer.
He went on: "The Cornish Sporting Agency was set up in 2017 and has never traded. I feel very passionately about conservation and will continue to support sustainable conservation causes around the globe. These benefit the natural world and the animals which live within it, even if certain elements appear controversial when viewed out of context.
"As I am no longer in Love Island, I will comment no further on this issue."
*Love Island airs tonight on ITV2 at 9pm
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