Love Island's George Fensom breaks his silence as he speaks for the first time since villa axe | The Sun

LOVE ISland's first evictee has broken his silence after being booted from the villa last night.

George Fensom took to social media for the first time this afternoon since being given the chop.

"Shout out everyone sending me nice messages, kind support and that, do appreciate it," he began, while filming himself in the back of a taxi after landing back in the UK.

He added that he felt his exit was premature.

George continued: "Left the villa too soon, but do you know what I was obviously too leng.

"But yeah obviously appreciate all the support, thank you for all the messages and yeah just give me a couple of days just to sort my bits out and I will get replying and we will talk about plans moving forward. Bosh."

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Friday night's episode of Love Island saw the stars forced to make big decisions when it came to their budding romances.

And George was left single and sent packing after Jess Harding made the decision to couple up with bombshell Sammy Root.

Viewers rushed to social media to have their say on the first dumping, with one writing: "Aw I feel sorry for George."

Another said: "She was never picking George."

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And a third added: "Bless George he knew that was coming."

George sparked controversy before even entering the villa when his old homophobic tweets resurfaced.

The upsetting tweets were written back in 2014, when he would have been 15 years old.

The account has now been deleted, but their contents have since been widely circulated.

Speaking to The Sun before starring on the show, he said: "I honestly just feel absolutely sick about those tweets. They are not who I am today, they couldn't be any further from the man I am today and – quite frankly – if I could turn back time I wouldn't even have put those. 

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