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Malin Andersson slams Love Island ex by insulting his manhood

Former Love Island star Malin Andersson has blasted her ex Terry Walsh for rubbing his new romance with Emma-Jane Woodham in her face.

Malin Andersson has blasted her Love Island ex in a feisty Snapchat video.

The 23-year-old was left devastated when she was voted off the ITV2 programme last week (ends26Jun16), and her beau in the villa, Terry Walsh, opted to stay after initially telling Malin he would go with her.

Just hours after Malin's departure, Emma-Jane Woodham made her big entrance onto the show and instantly set her sights on Terry, who was only too happy to bask in the attention.

Tuesday night's (28Jun16) episode of the show saw Terry and Emma-Jane getting closer and even having a kiss, and Malin decided to have her own say on the new romance on her Snapchat.

The sassy make-up artist didn't hold back in her comments about her former lover, commenting on everything from the size of his manhood to the fact the pair are doing little to respect her with their relationship.

"She can touch Terry's small willy, it's okay," Malin told her fans, cheekily. "They don't want to rub it in anyone's face. Um, I think I might be watching you. I think you're rubbing it in my face a bit."

Malin had earlier revealed that she has moved on from her romance with Terry by tweeting that she's "single". She promised she'd reveal her side of the story soon, adding that her "head's gonna explode".

But she continued: "Excited for the rest of the summer! Onwards and upwards."

She then took part in an impromptu question and answer session with her followers on Twitter. When one asked if she would take Terry back, Malin replied: "No".

Another person asked if Terry and Emma would still have hit it off if Malin was still in the villa, to which she answered: "Ha she wouldn't have got him if I was there."

And when she was asked what she thought of Terry now, Malin replied: "Looks fade, personality last a lifetime."

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