Love Island contestant Luca Bish’s sister Claudia has caused quite the reaction from fans after revealing she’s made a list of ‘shady people’ to give to her brother upon his return to the UK.
Luca, 23, has been on this year’s series of the ITV2 dating show since it began back in June and is currently coupled up with Gemma Owen, 19.
While the pair have remained one of the most solid pairings throughout, they’ve suffered from multiple clashes in recent episodes.
Earlier this week, Luca stormed off after rowing with Gemma over her flirtatious actions towards Adam Collard, 26, in the Mile-High challenge.
After they survived to see another day in the Villa during last night’s dumping, Luca’s sister has provided fans with another update on his social media, which hasn’t gone down so well with fans.
Sharing comments on top of a picture of a hamster (no, we’re not sure either), she informed followers she had set up a spreadsheet of ‘shady’ people for Luca to view when he arrives home.
Claudia penned: ‘This is me at my computer every morning adding to my spreadsheet names that have been shady towards Luca so he never entertains them when he’s out.’
She did go on to add: ‘I also have one of all the massive amounts of love so that he’s filled with joy when he’s back.’
Fans of the programme quickly brought the conversation to Twitter, with one writing in response: ‘Looking at his insta it’s easy to see how he’s acts like he does. Madness that they think he’s carrying himself well!’
Someone else went to point out: ‘Where is Luca’s sister getting this attitude? Babe I don’t think anyone will want to entertain him not the other way around. He said f*** off to Michael Owen’s daughter? Naaaaahhhh.’
‘I think his account handler needs to understand there’s a difference between hate and opinions tbh. At the end of the day, he’s gone on a reality tv show, people are going to have their opinions. Just because that is negative doesn’t instantly mean it’s also hate,’ another said.
A viewer added: ‘I understand backing your family but surely there’s a line? (That line has been crossed, to be clear).’
It comes after she recently defended his behaviour, noting the ‘intense’ environment the islanders are currently living in.
She reminded fans Luca faced ‘9/10 weeks of no contact with family. It’s a crazy intense environment where emotions are heightened.
She continued to defend the fishmonger and said: ‘Learning to have disagreements and resolve them it is part of all successful relationships. Society preaches men not to bottle things up and to open up???
‘So proud of how vulnerable and in touch with his emotions he’s been,’ she wrote on Luca’s Instagram, nothing but real.’
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.