Sherif From Love Island Erased For Being Too “Masculine”

Love Island 2019 contestant Sherif Lanre left the show after supposedly “breaking the rules” set out by the show. Sherif himself broke the silence and addressed why he was removed from the show.

A few days after leaving the villa Sherif appeared on BBC Two show Victoria Derbyshire and revealed that his exit was because he accidentally kicked fellow contestant Molly-Mae “in the groin” and used “crude” language, resulting in him leaving the show.

On Instagram Sherif wrote; “Thank you to everyone including my friends and family for the support I’ve come back to. I appreciate you all and hope I have provided some good, positive moments during my time on Love Island.”

Sherif is entitled to freedom of speech and making a mistake is human. Women believe it is acceptable to grab a men’s bottoms or make sexualised comments towards them. However, when a man makes comments about women or if a man were to grab a women’s bottom he would be jailed for sexual harassment or sexual assault.

While we do not condone this behaviour, we believe it is total double standard of the UK’s feminist society. It is deeply ingrained into peoples minds and it’s madness.

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