‘There’s no beef!’: Love Island’s Molly-Mae breaks her silence on Sherif’s ‘c*** punt’ remark

Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has finally broken her silence about former and axed Islander Sherif Lanre’s  c*** punt’ remark.

The influencer, 20, who finished in second place with boyfriend Tommy Fury on Monday’s final, admitted that she’s yet to speak to the rugby player, 20, about the incident yet insisted that there was ‘no beef’ between them. 

Speaking about the comments and Sherif, Molly-Mae told the Mirror: ‘Erm. Absolutely not. No beef with me and Sherif.

Breaking her silence: Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has finally broken her silence about former and axed Islander Sherif Lanre's c*** punt' remark

Breaking her silence: Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has finally broken her silence about former and axed Islander Sherif Lanre's c*** punt' remark

Breaking her silence: Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has finally broken her silence about former and axed Islander Sherif Lanre’s c*** punt’ remark

‘I’ve not even spoken to Sherif. There’s absolutely no beef with me and Sherif. Love all the boys to pieces.’ 

Sherif was booted out the villa in June and eventually revealed that it was because he kicked Molly-Mae in a sensitive region.   

He explained that the Instagrammer appeared to be in pain at first but soon laughed it off, with Sherif then turning to Tommy Fury and joking: ‘That was a c*** punt.’   

Speaking to The Sun, Sherif revealed: ‘I did kick Molly-Mae in the groin area but it was an accident and she 100 per cent was not injured afterwards. She did appear to be in pain at first but then she stood up and seemed fine and we started laughing about it.’

'No beef': The influencer, 20, admitted that she's yet to speak to the rugby player, 20, about the incident yet insisted that there was 'no beef' between them

'No beef': The influencer, 20, admitted that she's yet to speak to the rugby player, 20, about the incident yet insisted that there was 'no beef' between them

‘No beef’: The influencer, 20, admitted that she’s yet to speak to the rugby player, 20, about the incident yet insisted that there was ‘no beef’ between them

Second place: Molly-Mae and her boyfriend Tommy Fury finished in second place on Monday's final

Second place: Molly-Mae and her boyfriend Tommy Fury finished in second place on Monday's final

Second place: Molly-Mae and her boyfriend Tommy Fury finished in second place on Monday’s final 

Explaining the sequence of events in further detail, Sherif stated that he and Tommy went to brush their teeth before bed and were met by Molly in the bathroom.

Sherif revealed that he and Molly began play fighting and ‘acting out karate moves’ – but inevitably his ‘toes crashed into her groin and she crouched over in a defensive position.’

Admitting that while he checked to see if she was OK, he turned and joked to Tommy: ‘That’s a c*** punt.’

Speaking out: Speaking about the comments and Sherif, Molly-Mae told the Mirror : 'Erm. Absolutely not. No beef with me and Sherif.'

Speaking out: Speaking about the comments and Sherif, Molly-Mae told the Mirror : 'Erm. Absolutely not. No beef with me and Sherif.'

Speaking out: Speaking about the comments and Sherif, Molly-Mae told the Mirror : ‘Erm. Absolutely not. No beef with me and Sherif.’

She added: 'I've not even spoken to Sherif. There's absolutely no beef with me and Sherif. Love all the boys to pieces.'

She added: 'I've not even spoken to Sherif. There's absolutely no beef with me and Sherif. Love all the boys to pieces.'

She added: ‘I’ve not even spoken to Sherif. There’s absolutely no beef with me and Sherif. Love all the boys to pieces.’

Confessing that he didn’t think anything was wrong, Sherif noted that they all continued laughing and joking following the accidental kick, and ‘he didn’t feel the need to apologise for his remark.’

Sherif claimed ITV producers woke him up two hours before everyone else, they dragged him down to the Beach Hut and then interrogated him over what had happened.

Noting that the whole interrogation looked worse than what had actually happened, he revealed he was sent home ‘without a chance to say goodbye or pack my bags.’

Speaking about his ‘c**t-punt’ joke, Sherif expressed complete remorse and admitted he had never actually used the saying before and that it had ‘just popped out.’

Savage: Sherif was booted out the villa in June and eventually revealed that it was because he kicked Molly-Mae in a sensitive region and called it a 'c**t punt*

Savage: Sherif was booted out the villa in June and eventually revealed that it was because he kicked Molly-Mae in a sensitive region and called it a 'c**t punt*

Savage: Sherif was booted out the villa in June and eventually revealed that it was because he kicked Molly-Mae in a sensitive region and called it a ‘c**t punt* 

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