Love Island producers accused of 'racial prejudice' following most recent eviction 11 months ago

Love Island producers accused of 'racial prejudice' following most recent eviction

'They gave her the villain edit.'

Last night's episode of Love Island was an emotional one as we bid farewell to Samira.

The dancer from London was among the first contestants in the villa but had little luck in finding love - until recently when she coupled up with Frankie, and the pair's romance seemed to go from naught to one hundred as they appeared to become loved up very quickly.

It turns out that they had gotten closer than we'd seen and even spent a night in the hideaway together, though the encounter never made it to our screens.

Love Island fans are fuming over the show's editing after last night's episode

"We got a text and then the other Islanders picked us two, and then everyone was cheering us on as we walked in," Frankie confirmed to Metro.

The revelation has annoyed fans of Samira, who took to Twitter after she left the villa on last night's episode to voice their anger at how she'd been portrayed on Love Island.

Some viewers even went as far as to accuse the producers of racial prejudice in how she was portrayed on the show.