Dani Dyer Hits Out At Claims She Wants 'Money And Fame' After Jack Fincham Split
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Dani Dyer has responded to claims she wants 'money and fame' following her split from Jack Fincham.
The Love Island star took to Instagram to rage at fans who were suggesting that 'publicity' was the motive behind her recent break-up in an expletive ridden rant.
Directly replying to a fan on her Instagram, Dani fumed: "Right I'm sick to death of seeing posts on how I want money and fame?
"Wtf is everyone talking about. Money and fame?! Do you really think I'm that tiny minded to just want that.
"People upset me and disgust me so much on how they can judge me."
She then added: "Just p*ss off and be kind to people."
Dani's rant comes after former stationery salesman Jack was overheard in a pub discussing their break-up with a mate, although the context of the conversation wasn't clear.
The friend suggested that reality TV couples "break up for publicity when it goes quiet". And according to Mail Online, Jack said: "I'm not like that though - that's her."
Jack continued: "I'm not being funny yeah, but if it was on the other foot would you have done it? I said you, listen yeah, you made your decision. You, I've not said a word to no one. I've been posting what I normally do.
"I said when you've been and gone tomorrow, post on Instagram saying I've made a mistake, I'm sorry and that's what you're gonna be doing. I'm not getting back with you."
A rep for Jack said: "It's been an incredibly difficult and emotional time for Jack and it's really sad that at this time someone decides to covertly record him trying to have a quiet conversation with a friend."
Dani announced their break-up with a swiftly deleted Instagram post last Thursday, but neither party has publicly addressed the reasons behind their end of their relationship.
"Jack and I have sadly decided to part ways," she wrote. "It's been an incredible six months and we will always have a place in our hearts for each other but sadly we have come to the realisation that it's not meant to be in the long term."