LOVE Island star Remi Lambert is releasing a diss track about Jacques O’Neill and Luca Bish.
The rapper, 22, from Manchester is hitting back after claiming he was bullied by the pair both in and out of the villa.
An insider said: “Remi’s had enough so he’s speaking out in the way he knows how – through music.
“The track is going to be pretty eye opening and he really doesn’t hold back on it.
“Jacques and Luca aren’t going to like it – but he’s determined to get things off his chest.”
Things reached boiling point between the trio after the villa when Jacques and Luca appeared to mock his rapping during a controversial Instagram live.
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Remi later spoke out saying: "I never said my raps are good, but I know what I'm capable of.
"I've only been rapping a year, we all start somewhere."
He added: "The problem isn't just the live. The problem is that they are still mocking me after all the stress they put me through in the villa.
"It's constant abuse. Shown them nothing but respect. It's a joke."
Shortly after leaving the villa, Remi revealed that his co-star Jacques, 23, had been winding up the boys – and that he often had to "stick up for" himself.
Opening up on YouTube series Reality with Will Njobvu, Remi said; "There was a lot of stuff that wasn't aired – a lot of stuff going on.
"So basically – me and Jacques got into quite a lot of arguments and it just made my experience s***t. It ruined it for me."
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"People were saying, "It's because he's got a rugby persona' – but you can't treat people like that," Remi hit back against Jacques.
He went on to say that his co-star would "constantly" mimic and make fun of his fellow Islanders, causing rows between them.
"He was just trying to get onto me," Remi continued. "It was like, 'Hi I'm Remi, I'm hard and I'm from Manny', it was just so jarring."
"I was the only one to stick up for myself. We just got into a lot of fights and stuff," he concluded of his time in the villa.
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