Iain Lee hits back at his own fans

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 16, 2017

But later on in the show, the three were shown shaking hands when Iain didn't win and came third instead.

"Let's quash this rumour once and for all".

However after watching the show back and seeing what he hadn't in camp, Iain suggested he had changed his mind.

The radio presenter has since explained that the word bullying "is a bit strong" to describe Rebekah, Amir Khan, Jamie Lomas and Dennis Wise's behaviour. It's a huge word.

In a social media interview Iain did before entering the jungle, he says: "I love talking to people, I love engaging with people but the thing I really love is arguing with people".

"And now I feel very nervous about the potential reaction to that previous tweet". All I know is strawberries to 1 side, I did not lie or bad mouth anyone anytime in the camp.

After apparently seeing footage of his campmates' jungle exits on the Coming Out show, he replied to messages from both Dennis and Rebekah, saying: "I was unaware of a lot of what was being said behind my back and also what some people said about me after they'd left". "I was honest and me".

Iain later added: "I've only watched a few clips of the show".

The issue of "bullying" in the camp proved to be a big one, with Rebekah Vardy breaking down in tears.

She was comforted by her father as she said: "You know what, I was the one that was being the most supportive of him (Lee)".

Amir Khan, Dennis Wise and Rebekah Vardy's reaction when Iain Lee missed out on first or second place has got viewers' backs up. He wasn't playing a game or playing the victim.

However, he appeared to backtrack on Twitter on Friday after further updates, writing: "Bullying is a strong word".

Iain hit out at his own fans online after the way they stood up for him turned nasty, as Rebekah Vardy thanked him for "clearing up" the situation. "A bully? I've never been a bully in my whole entire life".

Altre relazioniGrafFiotech

Discuti questo articolo

Segui i nostri GIORNALE