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Stormy waters Greg O’Shea calls out Amber Gill on Twitter over Love Island cash prize faux pas

The pair won the show in 2019

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Greg and Amber Gill won Love Island in 2019

Greg and Amber Gill won Love Island in 2019

Greg and Amber Gill won Love Island in 2019

Greg O’Shea has called out Amber Gill on Twitter over their Love Island cash prize.

The pair won the reality TV dating show in 2019.

As part of winning the show, there is a cash prize of £50,000, however, only one person in the couple gets the money.

They then have the option of either keeping it for themselves or splitting it with their partner.

During the finale of the show, after Greg and Amber were announced as winners, Greg won the cash prize, and opted to split it with Amber.

During a recent YouTube vlog, Amber discussed the new Netflix documentary ‘The Tinder Swindler’ and said “I don’t think I’ve ever liked a man enough to give him £20,000.”

Tweeting a clip of her vlog, Amber said: “Should I fire my editor for this?” after her video editor added a video from Love Island which showed Greg splitting the money with her.

Retweeting the video he said: “Sharing is caring.”

Amber and Greg dated for a brief period after winning the show.

It was then reported that Greg dumped her by text before she flew to Ireland to appear on the Late Late Show with him.

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Speaking to Goss.ie in May 2020, Greg elaborated about their split.

“People kind of got the wrong story, they just saw ‘Greg breaks up with Amber of text’. There was so much more to it,” he explained.

“We were in person, we were FaceTiming, there was phone calls, back and forth, and then just one thing comes out.”

“There’s no point in even fighting it because you’re just fighting a losing battle.”

“Me and Amber have spoken privately, I don’t think anyone really knows this. We’ve spoken privately since and we’re both like yeah, no hard feelings, we probably could have dealt with the situation better,” he explained.

“We get on and there’s no hard feelings, that’s all that matters really.”

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