We were on Love Island and Luca has been set up to look like a possessive bully | The Sun
A number of former Islanders have spoken out in defence of Luca Bish after weeks of him being branded 'possessive' and a 'bully'.
The fishmonger has come under fire for his alleged treatment of Tasha, as well as towards his partner Gemma – but those on the show insist it’s not as it seems.
Quizzed on his behaviour, Summer told Mured Mureli on his YouTube channel: “I was upset when I came out and saw Luca was getting hate. I was like ‘what’. I respect Luca. He is probably one of the realist in there, he will tell you how it is no matter what.”
Deji agreed saying: “I don’t think Luca is a bully, I don’t think Dami is a bully. They have your best intentions at heart.”
"I don’t agree with the portrait that has been painted. I don’t think it’s fair that people say they are bullies."
In another interview Charlie said of Luca: “What comes across on TV, they really pinpoint out all those bits that make Luca look possessive and that because they are playing off what everyone is saying.
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“He is a lot better guy than they are putting him across.”
While another Casa Amor star – Chyna – said: “He’s really nice. Anything that you need, any support that you need, he’s there.”
Throughout the series Luca’s family have constantly defended him and have even apologised on his behalf after an explosive rant at Gemma.
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His sister Claudia wrote: “I want to apologise on behalf of Luca for his insensitive reaction on last night’s episode. I know that when he watches it back, he will be embarrassed and deeply apologetic.
“We as his family don’t condone his behaviour last night, but we do understand he is in an intense environment where his emotions are heightened.
“Last night was not reflective of the boy we all know and low at home."
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