My Celebrity Life

Love Island’s Luca Bish branded ‘petty’ after Casa Amor jab at Indiyah Polack following argument with Damiyah over compatibility vote

Luca Bish earned major side-eye from Love Island viewers after he made a cheeky jab at Indiyah Polack over Dami Hope’s Love Island antics.

The air was still frosty between Luca, Dami and Indiyah after the fishmonger confronted the couple about why they voted him and Gemma Owen one of the least compatible in the villa.

As the final got underway on Monday, Indiyah celebrated getting to leave the villa to get pampered before their prom night later that evening.

‘Be good while we’re gone boys,’ Ekin-Su Culculoglu cried out from the terrace, before Indiyah cracked a joke that ‘Summer’s over’ in reference to Dami bringing back Summer Botwe from Casa Amor despite him being coupled up with Indiyah.

After doing all the work to reconcile, the Irish senior microbiologist landed in Indiyah’s bad books again when it emerged during Movie Night that he’d shared a three-way kiss with Summer and Chyna Mills.

Reacting to Indiyah’s joke about Summer, Luca then quipped: ‘But all roads might lead to Chyna this time.’

Luca couldn’t resist sneaking in a Casa Amor jab (Picture: ITVFeatures)
Dami and Indiyah have come on leaps and bounds since their drama (Picture: ITV)

Indiyah laughed off the gag but viewers were convinced Luca half meant it due to him still being salty after his small argument with Dami and Indiyah the night before.

One viewer reacted to his comment, tweeting: ‘Luca always has to make a silly snide comment. Was there any need to make that “chyna” comment?’

Another weighed in: ‘Luca is one bloody savage how can my man drop “yh but it might just lead to chyna”.’

One commented: ‘That comment about Chyna was because of the compatibility vote. Luca is a petty.’

Luca just couldn’t understand how the islanders could think he and Gemma are the least compatible (Picture: ITV)

Luca was upset to learn that the couple had voted him and Gemma one of the least compatible couples in the villa.

During the discussion, Indiyah tried to explain: ‘We know that arguments are normal, but it’s the stuff that you’re arguing about, small little things like you lot in the challenge and your protectiveness, I just feel like it was blown out of proportion.’

Dami chimed in, adding that Luca and Gemma’s personalities ‘might clash’.

While Luca tried to argue back, Gemma calmed the situation down saying: ‘That’s their point, they can say it without us trying to fight back.’

Luca eventually looked like he’d had enough, telling Gemma: ‘We know about it and that’s what matters,’ as he and Gemma walked off.

The Love Island final is available to watch on ITV2 and ITV Hub.

Related posts

Is BBC One’s Marriage based on a true story?

John Turner

Marriage on BBC review: Sean Bean and Nicola Walker deliver acting masterclass in authentic relationship study

John Turner

Kim Kardashian gives fans a full SKKN office tour including sneak peek of amphitheatre, glam rooms, photo studio, and much more

John Turner
%d bloggers like this: