Sharon Gaffka unmasks ‘biggest game player’ in Love Island villa

She may have been dumped from the Love Island villa, but Sharon Gaffka still has some strong feelings about what’s going on in there.

Ex-Love Islander Sharon Gaffka has been spilling the tea on life in the villa ever since her dumping last week—and now she’s revealed who she thinks is the biggest game player. Appearing on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp this week, Sharon accused Toby Aromolaran of being the biggest game player in the villa.

‘Biggest game player’

She said:

I personally think Toby is the biggest game player, I'm sorry. I’m going to put it out there. It's the jumping ship so quickly. I know he's never been in an actual relationship. Why are you jumping ship so quickly? One girl has a conversation with you and you're like, 'Yeah, I'm in it for the vibes.'

OG Islander Toby has flitted from girl to girl over the course of his month in the villa. He was initially coupled up with Kaz Kamwi—before ditching her for Chloe Burrows. Last week, he caused a stir in the villa by choosing to couple up with new girl Abigail Rawlings over Chloe at the recoupling.

Now that Toby’s in Casa Amor surrounded by six new bombshells, will his head get turned again? In last night’s episode, he shared a kiss with several girls as part of a Truth or Dare challenge. Plus, Mary Bedford has named him as one of the boys she has her eye on—if her first choice Liam Reardon’s head can’t be turned from his ‘Millie Moo’.

Will Sharon reconnect with Aaron?

As for Sharon, Capital Breakfast co-host Sian Welby was keen to find out whether she might pursue things with Aaron Francis on the outside now that he’s been dumped too. Although Sharon reckons Aaron and Lucinda won’t last, she confirmed that she won’t be seeking anything more than friendship with him, saying:

Love him as a mate, but definitely no moves being put on that one, no.
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