Love Island’s Dami slammed as a ‘red flag’ by girl he first dated on the show – saying ‘I told you so’ | The Sun
LOVE Island's Amber Beckford has called out Dami Hope's "red flags" and admitted she "wasn't shocked" by his infidelity.
The childcare specialist was partnered up with the Irishman earlier on this series, before he attempted to woo Indiyah Polack.
Things have motored on since Amber's departure from the villa, with Dami, who is partnered with Indiyah, stunning viewers with his antics in Casa Amor.
He snogged Summer, 22, just one day in and also enjoyed a series of three-way kisses.
In a candid chat with New Magazine, Amber said: "I absolutely predicted his behaviour – I wasn't shocked at all – it completely reiterated all the red flags I'd seen in him.
"As much as I didn't want to say 'I told you so', I told you so!"
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Addressing how Indiyah had brought Demi back into the main villa after Casa Amor, Amber added: "She went about it very respectfully by not kissing him, which I think in a way made it worse for Dami.
"What can I say? Karma is a b***h."
During last week's explosive movie night, Indiyah was forced to witness her man enjoy a snog with Summer – as well as a three-way kiss.
The waitress slammed her man as "embarrassing" during a high-octane de-brief over Dami's snog.
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In the challenge, she opted for a film entitled 'Silence of the Dams.'
The witty play on words referred to Dami, with whom she recently reunited following a tricky time for the couple in Casa Amor.
After Indiyah watches the clip, which includes Dami kissing Summer, she is left stunned.
The beauty is wide-eyed as she is forced to watch Dami ask Summer and Chyna, "Should we do a three-way kiss or what?"
She then warns in no uncertain terms: “Don’t worry because I will deal with you later.”
Further scenes in the episode then showed her grilling her man.
In no uncertain terms, Indiyah tells Dami: "I'm seeing you in 4K doing a three way kiss."
Dami interjects and says: "I'm going to bring her [Summer] in and all this flirting," yet Indiyah shuts him down and retorts: "It's just embarrassing."
Fans watching at home were not keen on Dami after the risque smooch.
"The name “Dami” just seems demonic to me now," commented one fan.
Viewers also claimed show bosses teased Dami as a “giant red flag” weeks before he cheated on partner Indiyah.
They noted how during the promo video for the ITV2 show, he was seen holding up a red flag as he posed for the camera.
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While Indiyah and Dami have since recoupled, her family remain on the fence and have issued a major warning to Dami.
Indiyah's mum Dee Polack has revealed the jury is still out on the Irish microbiologist, and has vowed to be "watching" his every move.
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