Former Love Island star Sam Gowland has chimed in about Jake’s suspicious behaviour on the show, claiming that Liberty’s comments about him “playing to the camera” must be true.
The 26-year-old confirmed that contestants are not allowed to refer to “being on camera” so the show seems more natural.
So the fact that producers allowed Liberty to mention that Jake had been “playing to the camera” meant his carrying on had been happening for a while, according to Sam.
To recap, Liberty and Jake, the show’s longest-running couple so far, seem to be on the rocks because she is concerned about his shenanigans.
The Nandos waitress has become increasingly sceptical of her man since the cast had a Movie Night where they saw the water engineer's Casa Amor behaviour.
And now Sam, who starred in the third series of the show, seemingly agrees.
He tweeted: “So a little TV knowledge for you here… when filming you’re strictly not allowed to talk about 'being on camera' or anything related to being on TV.
“So for Love Island to actually air Liberty saying that, Jake must have been playing up to the camera for some time, believe me.”
Loads of his followers agreed, that Jake is definitely playing a game.
Here’s what made both Sam and Liberty think so.
On Thursday's episode, Tyler Cruikshank asked Liberty's best pal Kaz Kamwi to be exclusive with him but when Liberty wanted to go celebrate with her, Jake held her back.
Liberty found this strange and unnatural and thought this could have been because he was trying to play up for the cameras and confided in the girls about it.
Liberty confronted Jake in bed and said: "I know you say sometimes, like, remember we are on a TV show but at the same time what makes it good is just you being yourself, do you know what I mean?
"And tonight, me wanting to run up and hug Kaz as soon as she came down the stairs, it was a natural reaction for me."
Jake replied: “Yeah, my god, serious? I just thought it would be nice for you to have your own alone time with Kaz not with everyone there.”
When confiding in Chloe Burrows, Liberty then said: "I know what I bring to the table, I am the table, with the f***ing fruit on it."
Fans of the show have also taken to Twitter to comment on the couple's tiff.
One said: "Jake is coming off as very controlling of Lib I hope she runs whilst she can."
Whereas another tweeted: "I hope everyone is seeing that what Jake did to Liberty was controlling, by isolating her from the group and Kaz specifically in that moment by the way. That’s emotional abuse."
While a third penned: "Is it just me but I can not stick Jake. He is controlling and personally I don't think he gives two sh*ts about Lib. The man needs to be seen for what he really is."
Love Island airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2
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