Olivia Attwood KICKS OFF at Twitter follower over Chris Hughes and Holly Willoughby picture

She didn't hold back

Love Island's Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood

by Nathan Katnoria |
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It seems like Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood just can't win.

The pair have battled split rumours and relationship dramz ever since leaving the Love Island villa back in July (yep, it really has been two months since the show ended) and fans can't stop commenting on the relationship on social media.

It looks like Liv has finally had enough after she blasted a Twitter follower who labelled her 'immature' for comments she posted on a picture of Chris and Holly Willoughby.

Olivia Attwood tweet

Chris and bezzie mate Kem Cetinay recently filmed an episode of TV lolfest Celebrity Juice and posed for a picture with team captain Holly, giving her a peck on the cheek. Kem's girlfriend Amber Davies was quick to comment saying, "interesting, VERY interesting" and tagged Olivia who responded with a series of thinking face emojis.

We're sure it was just harmless banter but some fans seemed to think that Liv and Amber were genuinely miffed, with one fan tweeting her, "how immature are @oliviajadeatt and @Amber_Davies7 because Chris and Kem got a pic kissing @hollywills."

Olivia wasn't happy with this and KICKED OFF, labelling the Twitter user a 'moron' and telling them to 'shut the f**k up'. Ouch.

Olivia Attwood tweet

Amber then replied with "omg I'm dying" and lots of crying with laughter emojis, showing that she isn't taking the picture too seriously.

Seems like one big misunderstanding to us.

Chris Hughes Olivia Attwood

Liv and Chris have also faced rumours that they knew each other before appearing on Love Island after old pictures emerged of her with one of his friends. Chris cleared up these rumours in an exclusive chat with heatworld. Read more about that here.

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