Couple Put Together To Sell Cheap Fast Fashion By Dating Show Have Split Up


‘IS LOVE even real?’ That’s what the public have been left asking themselves after yet another chapter in ‘romance is dead’ was written via the break up of former Love Island contestants Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti.

“I honestly didn’t think a dating show which artificially pairs narcissistic fame-hungry people together and offers them the chance of being brand advertisers for cheap fast-fashion outlets which probably use slave labour would result in anything other than true love, I’m devo,” a distraught viewer shared online.

In a relationship for 11 months, or 40 years in Love Island years, the popular Ekin-Su and Davide have exploded the myth that just because you meet on a vapid dating show doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed to be together forever.

“Nooooo, they were my favourite couple to ever plug cheap clothes they wouldn’t be caught dead in were it not for the money there were being paid,” remarked another devastated fan from Lime-rick, Ireland.

Like much of the fast fashion industry’s output, the pair’s single-use, non-recyclable relationship lies in a trash heap somewhere in a Chilean desert.

“I was rooting for them, this has shocked me to my core, if there’s no hope for these guys then we’re all doomed” said one viewer who believes receiving a ‘hey beautiful’ message on Tinder to be the height of romance.

Social media apps have been told to brace themselves for an onslaught of cryptic ‘know your worth’ and ‘I need a man not a boy’ status updates and the creation of ‘Andrew Tate’s Dating Tips’ Whatsapp groups.