Love Island's Shannon Singh reveals awful trolling she's received over OnlyFans

Sadly Shannon Singh, one of the new contestants joining the Love Island villa, is no stranger to trolling, as she previously revealed the horrific comments she used to receive over her OnlyFans photos.

The 22-year-old model from Fife creates content on her Instagram account and livestreams games from Twitch but she also used to upload pictures on the X-rated subscription site.

She once discussed the drawbacks of OnlyFans with the Who’s Your Daddy podcast.

While Shannon has since deleted her photos from the site, she opened up about the myriad of hate she received from men on the platform.

 ‘My DM’s are flooded with messages like, “you are a disgrace”,’ the former glamour model said.

‘I get so much s*** from Asian guys. My DM’s are flooded with messages like, “you are a disgrace, you are a f***ing s**t”. I get hate, trust me.

‘I ignore it, it doesn’t bother me, I’m like “you’re such an angry little man, go and w**k off”. Sometimes I bite to it, if I wake up in a bad mood.’

The former glamour model ended up removing all of her photos from the site when fans tried to leak content.

Shannon had discovered a thread on Reddit in which people were discussing sharing her paid-for content.

One wrote: ‘Leak her content pls.’

Shannon responded: ‘Leak my content? You are f*****g GROSS. Pay for it, you weirdos.’

In the same podcast, Shannon explained that she has toned down her ‘sexy content’ after she used to pose for topless snaps – although now they’re a thing of the past.

She said: ‘When I first started to do glamour my Instagram was so raunchy. I used to have topless photos with censored nipple. I think sexy content is empowering.

‘I don’t do those pictures anymore as I am trying to be more commercial. I have never done full nude, you have glamour and you have porn.

‘Glamour is topless modelling, any kind of vagina is a scope of porn to me.’

The 22-year-old is set to make her debut in the Love Island villa next week when the dating show returns after an 18-month break.

Love Island starts on June 28 at 9pm on ITV2.

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