Amber Gill ignites feud with fellow Love Islander as she calls him a little t**t

Amber Gill branded fellow Love Island star Brett Staniland a “little t**t” after he alleged she’d had a Brazilian butt lift (BBL).

Amber, 25, took to Instagram to share a gym snap where she donned a pair of black leggings as she showcased her figure while giving her 2.7 million Instagram followers the chance to “ask [her] anything”.

After giving people the chance to send her a message, Brett allegedly trolled Amber – sparking her to call him out.

He appeared to write to her: “When you try and do backstroke does your BBL flip around like a life jacket?”


Calling him out and sharing his comment to her Instagram Story, Amber wrote: “Did you forget to use your burner account????” as she tagged Brett.

NotingBrett’s campaigning against fast fashion brands like PrettyLittleTing, Amber added: “I’m going to bulk order from a fast fashion brand & wear it all at once now you said that you little t**t”.

He went on to reshare Amber’s story, writing: “Troll vs Troll”.

Earlier this year, Brett was spotted campaigning outside PLT’s fashion week debut.

Speaking to OK! about why he was there, the former reality TV star alleged that Boohoo group – who owns PLT – “doesn’t care about anyone”.

"The fashion industry doesn't get taken seriously with the climate crisis. Boohoo Group don't care about anyone, and they contribute more to the crisis than any other fashion brand in the UK," he told us.

Brett went on to explain: "They use women of colour at the front of their campaigns to mask women of colour in their supply chains that they don't pay. It's exploitation from wherever you look at it.”

"They don't care. They brainwash us with their press releases, they don't want to take responsibility for their workers in Leicester, they said it wasn't their factory, and they don't own it," he continued.

"They have tried to brainwash us by saying they've taken over a factory, and it accounts less than one per cent of their whole contribution. It's so ridiculous, they're experts in brainwashing."

In light of his dislike of fast fashion, Brett has since commented on Gemma Owen’s recent PLT signing.

Earlier this week it was announced that the 19 year old has signed a whopping six-figure deal with the fashion brand, following in the footsteps of the likes of Molly-Mae Hague.

"Let’s get one thing straight. Fast fashion brands aren’t using influencers and celebrities as ambassadors to show working class or poor people somewhere affordable to shop,” Brett went on to rant on social media.

"They use them to convince people who have the money, to massively over-consume impossibly cheap clothing."

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