Wes Nelson warns Tommy Fury ‘you’ve made your bed now lie in it’
Tensions in the Love Island villa reached fever pitch last night between Tommy Fury, Maura Higgins and Molly-Mae Hague.
Tommy and Molly-Mae have been coupled up for several days, but his head was soon turned when Maura made her grand entrance earlier this week.
The professional boxer revealed he’s hugely attracted to Maura, and isn’t “turned on by Molly-Mae”.
Following a sexually charged conversation on the day beds where the Irish beauty lifted up to cover to see if he was aroused, she quickly invited him to stay in her bed for the evening.
She said: “Tommy, do you want to join me?”
Feeling the heat from Molly-Mae, who was laying in the bed they’ve shared together for over the week, Tommy declined the invitation and headed to the living room to settle down for the evening.
It wasn’t long before Tommy decided to ditch the sofa for his own bed, slyly walking back into the bedroom and climbing in beside Molly-Mae.
Seemingly backtracking on his previous feelings, he revealed the next morning to the boys “after looking at them, I still find Molly-Mae more attractive.”
Speaking in the beach hut, he said: “My head’s a little bit torn between Molly-Mae and Maura.”
Former Love Islander Wes Nelson took to Instagram to share his thoughts on the evening’s action.
Speaking to the camera, he said: “Tommy, Tommy, Tommy, Tommy Fury, you’ve just made your bed, and you’ve now got to sleep it in. Literally.
“I don’t know what to say, but I know you like Maura.”
He added: “We’ll see what happens tomorrow. “
Fans took to social media to share their feelings about the rift, with many backing Molly-Mae.
One put: “May be an unpopular opinion but I want Tommy to choose Molly. Maura is a little too much; class for one episode, now sat here and feel uncomfortable.”
Another put: “I like Molly-Mae and Tommy, Maura can actually f**k off she’s low key a sexual predator, like Tommy didn’t want to kiss her!”
Love Island continues on Sunday on ITV2 at 9pm.
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