Love Island’s Liam Llewellyn is selling personal videos for £42 after villa exit

Liam Llewellyn is reportedly now making personalised videos for fans in a bid to get money after quitting the villa.

Liam Llewellyn was the first contestant of this season’s Love Island to quit the show and head back in just the initial few days of the ITV2 dating reality show. The star has now announced on his social media platform that he’s making personalised videos for fans.

Money making

Liam Llewellyn has launched a brand-new business after leaving the resort during week one. The 22-year-old Welsh student is now selling personal videos in a bid to make money, reports Mirror. Liam has reportedly teamed up with the popular video-messaging app – Cameo.

He posted a story on his Instagram on Sunday and announced that he’ll now be making personalised videos for the app. Lying on the bed in a vest, he said in his stories:

Just quickly jumping on here to let you know I've now teamed up with Cameo.
If you want birthday wishes, shoutouts or whatever, let me know and head over there and I'll get to it.

It turns out that Liam’s fans can ask him to make a personalised video for them for just £42 and can even start a conversation with the former Love Island star for as little as £3.

Mental health support

Liam quit the ITV2 programme just days after it started as he wasn’t feeling like himself. Ever since he left the villa, he has been closely following the series. Recently when Jacques left the villa, Liam came in his support and wrote on his social media:

Tough watch tonight. even tougher not feeling yourself in that environment.
It's definitely not an easy decision to make but credit to @jacques9oneill_ get back to yourself.

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