Love Island’s Sherif Lanre slams sequence for not axing Danny Bibby over N-word

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Love Island’s Sherif Lanre slams sequence for not axing Danny Bibby over N-word


Danny Bibby has been allowed to stay within the villa after his previous racist language (Image: @dannybibby_ / Rex, Instagram)Love Island star Sherif Lanre has accused the sequence of getting ‘double requirements’ for not axing new contestant Danny Bibby over his use of the N-word. 
Danny, 25, entered the villa as a bombshell final week and selected to go on a date with Kaz Kamwi. Nevertheless, hours later, it emerged that Danny had used the N-word in a social media put up. 
The islander was permitted to launch an announcement from the villa apologising for the slur whereas additionally being allowed to maintain his place on the courting sequence. 
Sherif, who briefly appeared within the 2019 sequence of Love Island, has now hit out at ITV for eradicating him from the villa when he by chance kicked Molly-Mae Hague within the groin and referred to as it a ‘c**t punt’, however not taking motion towards Danny. 
Chatting with The Solar on Sunday, Sherif mentioned: ‘ITV have proven full double requirements relating to racism. They don’t appear to care.
‘A white man has been allowed to apologise from contained in the villa for utilizing the N phrase and stick with it filming, whereas I used to be eliminated for play preventing and doing one thing by chance.’ 
The previous actuality star continued: ‘The N-word shouldn’t be used and this contestant must be faraway from the home like I used to be, particularly after the England soccer crew had been racially abused this week. ITV must set an instance. 

Sherif Lanre was faraway from the villa in 2019 (Image: SplashNews.com)‘I believe Love Island have milked this racism scandal to achieve extra publicity as folks aren’t watching this sequence.’ 
Love Island’s scores are reported to be decrease than final 12 months’s sequence, with figures from BARB (broadcasters viewers analysis board) exhibiting that the premiere attracted 2.47million viewers.
The numbers are spectacular sufficient for a channel like ITV2 – which isn’t one of many fundamental terrestrial channels – however they fall in need of Love Island 2020’s scores, which noticed an estimated 4.8m tune in for the premiere. Nevertheless, ITV confirmed that the Love Island launch was the most-watched digital channel programme of the 12 months thus far for 16 to 34-year-olds.
Sherif additionally claimed he witnessed one other contestant, who he refused to determine, use the N-word a number of occasions whereas rapping a track in entrance of him.
Nevertheless, an ITV spokesperson refuted this and instructed Metro.co.uk: ‘We monitor the islanders 24/7 and now we have no recording of the usage of this alleged language. At no level did anybody use that language in rap lyrics or some other time. We do have clear guidelines on the usage of language within the villa.’
Sherif additionally claimed to haven’t acquired additional obligation of care since leaving the sequence two years in the past.
The sequence’ spokesperson responded: ‘Welfare and obligation of care in direction of our contributors is at all times our main concern, and now we have in depth measures in place to help the islanders earlier than, throughout and after their participation on the present. Sherif was supplied full help having left the Villa.’
In his assertion addressing his racist language, Bibby mentioned: ‘I’d wish to take the time to apologise to anybody which will have taken offence to my inappropriate comment.

Danny mentioned he ‘isn’t a racist individual’ (Image: Instagram, @dannybibby_)‘I by no means meant something malicious by this remark in any respect. I’m not a racist individual and it’s unacceptable language and ignorant. I meant no offence and really feel like I’ve actually learnt from my errors and can by no means use that phrase once more.
‘I’m a form loving individual and hopefully you get to see that within the present.’
In a now-deleted put up from November 2019, Danny responded to a buddy, who was white, who commented on an image of him in Dubai.
The unique remark learn: ‘Champ’, to which Danny replied: ‘My n***a.’
As viewers referred to as for Danny to be faraway from the villa, ITV as a substitute issued an announcement from his father, who apologised for any offence brought about and insisted that his son didn’t use the slur ‘maliciously’.
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His dad Richard mentioned: ‘Danny doesn’t have a racist bone in his physique and there have been no racist intentions to this put up. Though it was not completed maliciously, it was a mistake.
‘I completely apologise on his behalf for the offence this wording could have brought about. That may by no means have been his intention.’
Love Island returns tonight at 9pm on ITV2. 
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