Amber Gill slams ex Greg O'Shea as 'pathetic' after he replies to her tweet about winning Love Island

AMBER Gill appeared to make a dig at her ex-boyfriend Greg O'Shea after he replied to her tweet about winning Love Island.

Marking the one year anniversary of when they took the crown for the 2019 series of the ITV2 show, Amber simply tweeted: "can you believe its been one whole year since I won Love Island (sic)."

However, Greg – who split with Amber shortly after they left the villa – couldn't resist replying and tweeted back a rather blunt: "Congrats."

Although Amber didn't directly reply to Greg's message, she did appear to respond to him in a tweet she posted the following day.

"When people are unhappy within themselves they interpret everything as bitter and shade throwing," she wrote.

"Let them misinterpret they cannot comprehend someone being unproblematic and unbothered. We don't need any more negativity in 2020 let them be on their b*****it."

She later went on to describe Greg as "pathetic" in the comments of one of her TikTok posts.

After one TikTok user wrote: "negl tho but it was ac gas when Greg replied to ur tweet ahahaha yup gregor," she simply replied: "Is gas pathetic? Cos yeah same xx."

The social media drama comes amid Amber's comments that she is struggling to find love since finding fame one year ago.

The former beauty therapist has been single since Irish rugby player Greg cruelly dumped her by text just weeks after they clinched glory on the hit ITV2 show.

She was devastated at the time but insists she has moved on from the break-up, telling The Sun on Sunday: "I wish him the best. I only had two people to choose from at the end so it was a bit unrealistic for it to last for ever.

"No regrets. He’s a nice guy but we are two completely different people. Yeah, there’s unrealistic standards to keep when you have fame out of Love Island."


Greg, 25, who is part of the Ireland rugby sevens team, said of his ex: "She’s class and she’s got everything going for her.

"But the issue was, when I came home I stuck myself into training. I could have tried harder but that would have made her unhappy. I couldn’t give her what she wants and needs."

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