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Love Island’s Danny Bibby confirms he’s had a hair transplant but slams botox rumours

Love Island star Danny Bibby has set the record straight on his cosmetic procedures and insists he’s only had a hair transplant. 

The 27-year-old appeared on the current series of the ITV2 dating show but was dumped from the villa after failing to cement a connection with Lucinda Strafford.

Rumours have mounted as to enhancements Danny might have done to his face and he’s finally declared the work.

In a Q&A with fans through his Instagram stories, he revealed: ‘I’ve had a hair transplant in the corners here, straight lines. That is the only thing I’ve had done.’

Dispelling the speculation, he added: ‘Everyone thinks I’ve had botox, fillers. Cheek, jaw, it’s all mine, teeth are mine. It’s just the hair transplant.’

Danny’s time on Love Island was overshadowed by a past social media comment of his, in which he used the N-word.

In a now-deleted post from November 2019, Danny responded to a friend, who was white, after they commented on a picture of him in Dubai.

Danny insists he’s only had a hair transplant (Picture: @dannybibby, Instagram)

Danny was dumped from the Love Island villa earlier in the series (Picture: ITV)

The original comment read: ‘Champ’, with Danny replying: ‘My n***a.’

Danny was allowed to release a public statement while inside the villa and was also able to keep his place on the show. At the time, he insisted he was ‘not racist’ and has addressed the controversy further since leaving the series.

In an Instagram post, he told his followers: ‘After seeing all the comments and reaction to the post, I understand more that the use of the word, even in the way it was written and intended, is deeply offensive to people and I am truly sorry for using that word [sic].’

‘I was always aware that written in the other way was a vile term, and I would never use it. But I was unaware that the way I used it was not. I have listened too the likes of 50cent, drake and Eminem since I was a kid, and I used it like they do as a term of friends/bro/brother.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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