'Why did the producers think this was a good idea?': A Love Island race row has erupted as fans accused the show of 'segregating' the couples (Indiyah Polack and Ikenna Ekwonna pictured)

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‘Why did the producers suppose this was a good suggestion?’: Love Island race row erupts as followers accuse the present of ‘segregating’ the {couples} – after the 4 black contestants are paired up

A Love Island race row has erupted as followers of the ITV2 courting present accused producers of ‘segregating’ the {couples} primarily based on the color of their pores and skin. 

There was outcry on social media throughout Monday evening’s present, which noticed the 4 black contestants paired collectively by a public vote: Indiyah Polack with Ikenna Ekwonna and Amber Beckford with Dami Hope. 

The six white contestants have been additionally coupled up: Liam Llewellyn with Gemma Owen, Luca Bish with Paige Thorne and Andrew Le Web page with Tasha Ghouri. 

'Why did the producers think this was a good idea?': A Love Island race row has erupted as fans accused the show of 'segregating' the couples (Indiyah Polack and Ikenna Ekwonna pictured)

‘Why did the producers suppose this was a good suggestion?’: A Love Island race row has erupted as followers accused the present of ‘segregating’ the {couples} (Indiyah Polack and Ikenna Ekwonna pictured)

It’s the first time the preliminary coupling-up has been determined by the general public, as earlier years have positioned the facility into the fingers of the contestants. 

One aggrieved fan wrote on Twitter: ‘So that they’ve primarily segregated the {couples} as two black {couples} and three white {couples}… is that what i am getting?’ 

One other expressed: ‘As quickly as she mentioned the general public can be matching up the {couples} I simply KNEW the black individuals would all be put collectively. Why did the producers suppose this was a good suggestion?’ 

A 3rd branded the coupling-up ‘so predictable’, whereas a fourth mentioned it’s ‘so embarrassing seeing the general public match the black contestants collectively solely’. 

Pairing: It is the first time the initial coupling-up has been decided by the public, as previous years have placed the power into the hands of the contestants (Liam Llewellyn and Gemma Owen pictured)

Pairing: It’s the first time the preliminary coupling-up has been determined by the general public, as earlier years have positioned the facility into the fingers of the contestants (Liam Llewellyn and Gemma Owen pictured)

Not impressed: There was outcry on social media during Monday night's show, which saw the four black contestants paired together by a public vote: Indiyah Polack with Ikenna Ekwonna and Amber Beckford with Dami Hope (pictured)

Not impressed: There was outcry on social media throughout Monday evening’s present, which noticed the 4 black contestants paired collectively by a public vote: Indiyah Polack with Ikenna Ekwonna and Amber Beckford with Dami Hope (pictured)

'They've essentially segregated the couples': One branded the coupling-up 'so predictable', while a fourth said it is 'so embarrassing seeing the public match the black contestants together only'

‘They’ve primarily segregated the {couples}’: One branded the coupling-up ‘so predictable’, whereas a fourth mentioned it’s ‘so embarrassing seeing the general public match the black contestants collectively solely’

Throughout Tuesday evening’s instalment, Love Island followers made their emotions clear after Davide Sanclimenti opted to couple up with Gemma Owen within the first recoupling of the sequence.

Watching the scenes unfold, followers slammed the Italian hunk, 27, for selecting the incorrect woman and claimed he made a ‘mistake’ after stealing the sweetness, 19, away from her associate Liam Llewellyn.

In the meantime, regardless of them each being consenting adults, followers additionally shared their discomfort over the pair’s eight-year age hole, with some questioning why Davide would choose somebody so younger.

His choice: Love Island fans have made their feelings clear after Davide Sanclimenti opted to couple up with Gemma Owen in the first recoupling of the series on Tuesday

Chosen one: Watching the scenes unfold, fans slammed the Italian hunk, 27, for picking the wrong girl and claimed he made a 'mistake' after stealing the beauty, 19, away from her partner Liam Llewellyn

His selection: Throughout Tuesday evening’s instalment, Love Island followers made their emotions clear after Davide Sanclimenti opted to couple up with Gemma Owen within the first recoupling of the sequence

Within the tense episode, Davide’s choice left Gemma’s associate Liam single and weak, with the Masters pupil vulnerable to being dumped from the villa. 

And whereas Liam was little doubt unimpressed with the brand new couple, so too have been the general public as they expressed their dismay on the pairing.   

Taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: ‘I really feel prefer it was so apparent that Davide was going to decide on Gemma however they only DON’T work.’

Whereas one other shared: ‘Davide selected caught up Gemma huge mistake bro Really feel for that Liam lad tho.’  

A 3rd penned: ‘he actually didn’t choose Gemma for something apart from her appears she hasn’t mentioned something remotely attention-grabbing.’

‘Gemma and Davide must be the least appropriate couple I’ve ever seen….’ fumed a fourth. 

With a fifth including: ‘Why did Davide choose Gemma, I assumed he wished to search out the one.’

Issue? Meanwhile, despite them both being consenting adults, fans also shared their discomfort over the pair's eight-year age gap, with some wondering why Davide would pick someone so young

Situation? In the meantime, regardless of them each being consenting adults, followers additionally shared their discomfort over the pair’s eight-year age hole, with some questioning why Davide would choose somebody so younger