Love Island winner Tina Provis has shamed her ex Mitch and co-star Emily in a TikTok video.

Tina coupled up with Mitch on the show. The pair made their relationship part way through the series, and ended up winning $50,000 to share.

The couple continued to date outside of the show but split three months after the show wrapped. It was later revealed that Mitch hooked up with co-star Emily Ward just days after their breakup.

“I found out that about five days after we had broken up before we’d publicly announced it, that a certain couple of people had hooked up with each other,” Tina told Abbie Chatfield on her podcast It’s A Lot in March.

“I didn’t exactly get the truth from the horse’s mouth straight away,”  “I was like, ‘Is there something you want to tell me?'”

She added, “It took a little bit of coercing. I was like, ‘so you did this’, and he said ‘when?’,” she recalled.

“I was like, ‘Okay, you’re lying now, just say it’. Then I got it out [of him].”

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Now, Tina has taken to TikTok to share a video that seems to shade both Emily and Mitch.

The reality star posted a TikTok video with the caption, “When he hooks up with the girl he told you not to worry about.” She added a pre-recorded audio snipper that’s circulating on the platform that says, “Hmmm funny, yes. But not funny, ha ha. Funny, weird.”

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Although Tina later wrote a comment explaining that the video was “purely relatable content guys for content’s sake not about my life”, fans are convinced the video was shade directed at her former co-stars.

“You deserve better it was even harder when you watched the situation on tv he was playing both of you guys,” one fan wrote. Another added, “I just finished the season yesterday. Tina you were so genuine and true to yourself the entire time and I admire you for that. Don’t ever blame yourself for what you thought to be real because he had us all fooled. You will find the man of your dreams and he was just the stepping stool to that.”

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