Speaking on Capital Breakfast With Roman Kemp in the wake of last week’s explosive episode which saw 22-year-old Toby dump Chloe Burrows for newcomer Abigail Rawlings, Sharon, 25, said on Monday: ‘I personally think Toby is the biggest game player. I’m going to put it out there.’
The civil servant added: ‘It’s the jumping ship so quickly, I know he’s never been in an actual relationship but why, why are you jumping ship so quickly? One girl has one conversation with you and you’re like ”I’m in it for the vibes”. I don’t get it.’
Playing games: Former Love Islander Sharon Gaffka, 25, has branded Toby Aromolaran, 22, ‘the biggest game player’ in the villa as she admits she ‘doesn’t get’ his behavior
Explosive: Sharon was speaking on Capital FM in the wake of last week’s explosive episode in which 22-year-old Toby dumped Chloe Burrows for newcomer Abigail Rawlings
Touching upon Aaron Francis and Lucinda Strafford’s dramatic dumping from the island during Sunday night’s episode, Sharon suggest that 21-year-old Lucinda – who was coupled up with Brad McClelland before he voluntarily left the villa so that she could remain – would rekindle her romance with the latter once she’s back in the real world.
Sharon also addressed recent rumours that blonde bombshell Lucinda is still in a relationship with former footballer boyfriend Aaron Connolly, with the athlete waiting for her to return home and even looking after her pet dog while she’s in the villa, according to The Sun.
‘I don’t think the rumours are true personally,’ Sharon said of Lucinda and her ex.
‘I think she might go back to Brad,’ she added, before telling radio host Roman: ‘When Aaron was confessing his feelings I just didn’t feel like she was into it.’
Honest: Sharon told host Roman Kemp: ‘It’s the jumping ship so quickly, I know he’s never been in an actual relationship but why, why are you jumping ship so quickly?
New flame: Toby ditched Chloe during Thursday’s recoupling ceremony in favour of getting to know Abi
It comes after Sharon criticised Hugo Hammond amid his recoupling drama with Toby and Chloe, claiming the PE teacher has fancied the blonde beauty since ‘day one’.
When Toby ditched Chloe during Thursday’s recoupling ceremony in favour of getting to know Abi, Hugo, 24, scorned Toby for the way he treated Chloe.
It wasn’t the first time Toby had decided to jump ship after he began a romance with Chloe behind Kaz Kamwi’s back earlier in the series, whom he was coupled up with at the time.
Long-term: Toby and Chloe (pictured together) had been coupled up for nearly two weeks before he dumped he
‘What goes around comes around’: Sharon criticised Hugo Hammond amid his recoupling drama with Toby and Chloe
But Sharon was watching the drama unfold at home and slammed Hugo for having double-standards, claiming he was ‘complicit’ in Toby’s questionable behaviour towards Kaz, 29, two weeks ago.
Speaking to her Instagram followers, the brunette bombshell – whom was previously in a friendship couple with Hugo – said: ‘I don’t think Hugo was wrong for sticking up for Chloe.
‘I knew he was going to pick Chloe, and I knew that he was going to say something along those lines.
‘I didn’t think he’d say it with as much chest, so that took me by surprise. Maybe he spent too much time coupled up in bed with me. One thing I don’t like about Hugo’s speech is that Hugo openly admitted to me that he enabled Chloe and Toby to crack on.
‘And obviously, me being [close] with Kaz, I didn’t appreciate it at all because it was behind Kaz’s back. So, for me, what goes around comes around.’
She continued: ‘What I also didn’t like about the speech is that Georgia had done nothing wrong and I just feel like it was unfair on her to witness that or be part of that.
‘In my honest opinion, I bloody hate seeing Chloe upset, it’s awful. I hate seeing any of the girls upset… But what goes around comes around.’
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Not holding back: Sharon insisted to her social media followers that the PE teacher has fancied the blonde beauty since ‘day one’