Hugo Hammond hits out at Love Island's AJ and Amy for talking about him in the press

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Photo credit: ITV

Love Island might be over, but it seems the drama between the Islanders is still going strong, with the latest coming from Hugo Hammond who's called out fellow contestants AJ Bunker and Amy Day for talking about him in the press.

Filming a video for Islander Georgia Townend's Instagram Stories, Hugo was asked by his fellow contestant about the "drama" between him and Amy on Aftersun which saw the pair get into an awkward argument. Georgia also quizzed Hugo on comments made about him by Amy and AJ, most likely referring to the duo calling out his behaviour after a cast night out - and he certainly had a lot to say.

Speaking about Amy and AJ's comments, with the pair calling him a "club rat" and accusing him of "kissing everyone" in the club, Hugo told Georgia, "It's just a shame that they keep bringing me up in the press and whatnot."

When asked whether he'll stay friends with any of the girls in the future, Hugo responded, "Look, you know, as long as they stop talking about me then it's cool." Ouch. 

While the original videos were posted to Georgia's Instagram Stories, fans on Twitter managed to capture the whole thing:

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Georgia also brought up Hugo's TikTok during the chat, asking whether he thinks any of his content directed at the other Islanders is "too personal" or goes "too far". To recap, Hugo's TikToks have previously seen him claiming that fellow Islander Liberty Poole pulled him for a chat while they were in the villa, and he's also shared his honest opinions on contestant Faye Winter.

However, Hugo had a clear answer for Georgia, saying, "No, of course not. The show's over. Love Island is done." Well, that certainly seems pretty final. 

Still, everything seems to be OK between the Islanders, with the PE teacher explaining, "You know, for me it's just a massive shame because I genuinely don't have a bad word to say about the girls."

He continued, "So yeah, it's just sad that it's kinda got this far now but, yeah, I don't have a problem with them and I wish them all the best in the future with what they do." 

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