'Your hatred has no place here': The Love Island star's families attacked online abuse targeting their 'sons, daughters and loved ones' (Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu pictured on the show)

The Love Island stars’ families have attacked the abuse targeted at their “sons, daughters and loved ones”.

The Love Island stars’ families have taken to Instagram to slam online hate against their loved ones as they appear on the ITV2 reality show.

In each series, the islanders’ families and friends take control of their social media pages while the islanders are without their phones at the Mallorca villa.

And after an onslaught of online abuse, numerous stars’ friends and family, though they never met, have banded together to declare that “hate has no place here.”

‘Your hatred has no place here’: The Love Island star’s families attacked online abuse targeting their ‘sons, daughters and loved ones’ (Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu pictured on the show)

The lengthy statement was shared on the Instagram accounts of Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, Tasha Ghouri, Andrew Le Page, Dami Hope, Indiyah Polack and Gemma Owen on Sunday.

It began: “Joint statement from administrators of current Love Island candidates.

“Love Island is an interactive TV show where opinion, discussion and debate are just as welcome as support, love and kindness.”

Statement: The lengthy statement was shared on Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu's grid before being shared by fellow stars Tasha (left) Andrew (right) Dami, Indiyah, Gemma's accounts.

Statement: The lengthy statement was shared on Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu’s grid before being shared by fellow stars Tasha (left) Andrew (right) Dami, Indiyah, Gemma’s accounts.

It continued: “Though we have never met, today we stand together against the hate speech and insults that some viewers find acceptable to throw at our friends, sons, daughters and family members.

“Their hate has no place on our pages or in society in general. This post will be shared simultaneously on the candidates’ social media pages and on the pages of Love Island fans as a sign of unity and denouncing hatred.

The statement was accompanied by a caption that read: “Be kind.”

Take Control: With each series, the islanders' families and friends take control of their social media pages and have been shared in Gemma's grid

No phones: Participants are not allowed to take their cell phones into the villa - Dami's family also shared the statement

Taking control: In each series, the islanders’ families and friends take control of their social media pages while at the Mallorca villa without their phones, and the statement has also been echoed by the accounts of Gemma (left) and Dami (right) shared

Support: Indiyah's family also said,

Support: Indiyah’s family also said, “Love Island is an interactive TV show where opinion, discussion and debate are just as welcome as support, love and kindness.”

Her comments come after Jacques ‘O’Neill’s family reached out to the star in a hurry as they took to Instagram to reveal he has ADHD ahead of his departure from the show.

They wrote: “All the hate thrown at Jacques doesn’t go straight to him…. It comes down to his loved ones who have always supported him and not just while he is on Love Island.

“Love Island, although real. Is still a show where the producers are in control and we see 45 minutes out of 1440 in 24 hours. Please be nice♥️ .’

Announcing Jacques’ ADHD, his family added: “Jacques was diagnosed with ADHD when he was 9 years old.

“This is by no means a get-out clause for his actions, but to show that he can sometimes struggle fundamentally with his emotions.

Not Here: The lengthy statement said the families will stand together, even though they've never met

Not Here: The lengthy statement said the families will stand together, even though they’ve never met

Kindness: It was accompanied by a post that simply read

Kindness: It was accompanied by a post that simply read “be kind.”

“He’s an amazing person who I’m proud to call my friend/little brother.”

Jacques later made the decision to leave the ITV2 dating show following the arrival of Adam Collard, 26, saying after his exit: “Love Island was the worst decision of my life.”

The families of this year’s islanders have previously fought back online hate, with Ekin-Su’s loved ones hitting back when Davide’s team criticized her behavior.

Earlier in the series, Jay Younger and Remi Lambert turned heads as they entered the mansion, with Davide scratching his ego as he watched current partner Ekin-Su drop both bombs.

Family: Her comments come after Jacques 'O'Neill's family rushed to reach out to the star as they took to Instagram to reveal he has ADHD ahead of his departure from the show

Family: Her comments come after Jacques ‘O’Neill’s family rushed to reach out to the star as they took to Instagram to reveal he has ADHD ahead of his departure from the show

But Davide’s family were unimpressed after seeing her enjoying two dates with the new boys as they took to his Instagram grid to fume at the turn of events.

His team argued that Davide “sincerely deserves someone” when they urged him to hook up with Paige Thorne, who is currently dating Jacques O’Neill.

They also slapped Ekin-Su for making a very stubborn statement about Davide not making her coffee in the morning.

Alongside a snap of a smiling Davide, they smoked: “How about making your own coffee.

Drama: It comes after Davide Sanclimenti's team criticized Ekin-Su's behavior on the show

Drama: It comes after Davide Sanclimenti’s team criticized Ekin-Su’s behavior on the show

“In the past few days we have all endured a desperate attempt to steal the show.

“As Davide said, ‘something is wrong’ and we really hope he finds out what’s really going on and takes action.

“He has a big heart and truly deserves someone, someone on the same pa(i)ge.

“I’d rather be in bed with you”… If you want to be treated like a lady, act like one first.

“On behalf of Davide, thank you all for your support, it means so much to him. Kind regards, Davide’s team.«

heads turning?  Jay Younger and Remi Lambert caused quite a stir on Wednesday as Davide scratched his ego as he watched current partner Ekin-Su get down to business

heads turning? Jay Younger and Remi Lambert caused quite a stir on Wednesday as Davide scratched his ego as he watched current partner Ekin-Su crash with the bombs

But Ekin-Su’s team was quick to hit back at the lengthy statement when they demanded that the islanders’ families remain “neutral” throughout the series.

Posting on Ekin-Su’s Instagram Stories after Wednesday’s show, they shared Davide’s statement, saying that “small digs” and “hatred” toward islanders “should not be tolerated.”

The impassioned post read: “Just wanted to make sure we understand the roles when dealing with Insta accounts.

“We’re meant to be neutral and little digs at other cast members shouldn’t be tolerated.

“Most of the behaviors on the show were designed for audience entertainment, no hate, just lessons to be learned.” (see)

“No Hate”: But the Ekin-Su team quickly hit back at the lengthy statement when they demanded that the islanders’ families remain “neutral” throughout the series

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