Angry Maya Jama tells viewers about ‘Love Island’ after booing lead in ‘After Sun’

ANGRY Maya Jama was forced to snub viewers after they booed Catherine in tonight’s Aftersun.

Things heated up on Movie Night as footballer Scott defended himself after a clip was shown of him saying he would get his head turned at Casa Amor.

Maya Jama was forced to berate the aftersun crowd


Maya Jama was forced to berate the aftersun crowdPhoto credit: ITV
Viewers have expressed their feelings towards Catherine


Viewers have expressed their feelings towards CatherinePhoto credit: Rex

At tonight’s Aftersun, viewers expressed their feelings towards Catherine when they began booing and hissing at the mention of her name.

Presenter Maya was quick to urge the studio to get in touch, saying, “Come on, come on,” while trying to calm the situation.

Catherine, 22, was married to Scott but admitted she had found a better connection with Elom Ahlijah-Wilson and decided to take him to the main mansion.

Scott, 22, was devastated on Wednesday when Catherine returned arm in arm with her new boyfriend.

This comes after Love Island fans tonight called the show a “solution” following Scott’s explosive clash with Catherine and Leah.

ITV2 viewers have slammed the bosses for making it look like Scott was about to turn heads when in reality he has remained loyal to Catherine the whole time.

This sparked a heated argument between Scott and Catherine, while Leah also spoke up to defend her friend.

One viewer wrote, “Also, I blame the producers for twisting the narrative that Scott wasn’t into Cat.”

Another posted: “Okay producers you had your fun with this couple. Try to help them fix the problem now! It’s all your fault anyway that you started Casa Amor right after that situation between cat, ty and scott.”

A third said: “Even the producers don’t judge Scott why would they cut his clips down and not even show the passages where he said nice things about Cat like Leah’s clip.”

A fourth commented, “Nah how can the producers be mad for editing Scott to be one of those K-pop elimination shoes?”

Emma James

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