Anton Danyluk hit the headlines after looking unrecognisable in a recent snap (Picture: ITV)
Love Island’s Anton Danyluk has denied having any work done after he caused a stir with a recent snap in which he looked virtually unrecognisable.
The reality TV star shocked fans when he posted the picture in which he looked visibly more chiseled than before.
Anton, who appeared in the villa in 2019, spoke to hosts Bobby Norris and Stephen Leng on Fubar Radio Access All Areas, to address some comments he’d received.
‘Recently, I’ve been getting a lot of hate and it’s a lot to do with my face. A lot of people are accusing me of having work done to my face,’ he explained.
The star, who rose to fame two years ago when Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea took home the £50,000 prize on Love Island, wanted to put the rumours about his apeparance to bed.
‘I genuinely haven’t had work done to my face. I’m honest, I will say if I have, I don’t care. If I want to have work done to my face, it’s my face, it’s my body. And if that makes me feel good about myself and I want to do that, good.’
He continued: ‘It’s my life, I can do what I want. If you want to go out and drink every night and that makes you feel good about yourself, go do that. If you want to go to the gym, you go do that, that’s your life.’
The 26-year-old has disabled comments on one of his most recent pictures.
Discussing the remarks he gets from people, Anton revealed: ‘It’s not our business what other people think of us, and we can’t control what other people think of us.’
He continued: ‘That’s it. I can go to my Instagram, and I can say, ‘guys, I’ve not had this work done to my face’, but they’re either going to believe it or not going to believe it, I can’t change their opinion on that and that is ultimately what they think. So why waste the energy?’
The Scotsman has now learnt how to deal with the hate he receives, adding: ‘All I do now is simply delete the comment and block the person.’
He went on: ‘Remove it, it’s that simple, it’s gone, forget about it. That person does not impact my life.’
Credit: Original article published here.