Love Island’s Shannon Singh has slammed viewers who are sending Chloe Burrows death threats online.
Fan favourite Shannon became the islander with the shortest-lived time in the villa, leaving after just two days, and fans have called for her return.
The former glamour model was dumped from the island after bombshell Chloe Burrows recoupled with Aaron Francis, leaving Shannon single.
Chloe’s family have had to involve the police after Chloe’s Instagram account has been inundated with vile death threats from viewers.
Speaking to Richard Arnold on Good Morning Britain she shared her thoughts on the news.
‘We’re in 2021 guys, her family came out and made a statement about the death threats she’s getting, which I totally don’t condone it at all, it’s a game show, she has a job to do,’ she said this morning.
‘The fact that she’s received such horrible feedback from everyone is not very nice, everyone needs to practice what they preach, which is be kind.’
Chloe’s family recently released a statement saying that they are working closely with police to track down those who are sending death threats.
They said: ‘As the family and friends of Chloe, we would like to let you all know that we are extremely disappointed and saddened by the recent threats made towards Chloe.
‘To receive death threats and see the malicious vitriol that exists online first-hand is incredibly distressing and we are apprehensive for Chloe to leave the villa and observe this herself.
Chloe Burrows received death threats days into Love Island (Picture: ITV)
‘What saddens us the most is the fact that as a digital society we appear to have normalised this type of behaviour, accepting that “these things happen”. This cannot continue. We must stand tall together and demand change from online platforms like Instagram, to safe guard our loved ones when they need it most.
‘We will be doing everything in our power to protect Chloe and will support Thames Valley Police in their efforts to track down these perpetrators.’
Shannon also threw her support behind Liberty Poole during her appearance on the morning show.
‘I love Libby and I think she’s the only genuine in there,’ she said.
If Jake and Libby stick together and don’t play the game I think they could win.’
Good Morning Britain airs 6am weekdays on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.