Love Islands Tanya branded delusional as she questions compatibility vote

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    Love Island fans have slammed Tanya Manhenga for the "delusional" reason she think she was voted the least by the public.

    In a previous episode, Olivia Hawkins and Maxwell Samuda were dumped from the island for not failing to receive enough votes from the public, but Tanya and her partner Shaq Muhammad were in the bottom two with the pair, leaving them wondering why the public "dislike" them.

    In a conversation with Lana Jenkins, Tanya explained that she believed she and Shaq were in the bottom two because the public believe she was better suited to Martin Akinola, who she brought back from Casa Amor.

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    Fans were shocked at Tanya's lack of self-awareness, with many admitting that they didn't vote for Tanya and Shaq purely because of Tanya's poor behaviour in the villa.

    "Tanya has absolutely 0 self awareness, proper delusional for the reason as to why the audience vote her and Shaq in the bottom 4 for compatibility," one tweeted.

    A second wrote: "Tanya thought we put her in the bottom cause we thought we preferred you with martin? LOOOOOOOL i wanna be this delusional."

    While a third tweeted: "Tanya is soooo delusional. This isn't a matter of who she's most compatible with, it's about her own behaviour…"

    A fourth chimed in, writing: "I'm sorry but Tanya saying 'the only reason i can possibly think of why i was in the bottom is because people think I was more suited to Martin' is genuinely so funny i dream to be that delusional."

    Tanya's poor behaviour and treatment towards Shaq Muhammad since the chaos of Movie Night has been widely slammed by fans and some viewers have gone as far as complaining to Ofcom.

    Ofcom revealed that the two episodes of Movie Night garnered over 300 complaints over the girls treatment of the boys, with Olivia Hawkins and Tanya at the helm of viewer's concerns.

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