Love Island star Dami Hope has revealed a new feud after Andrew Le Page 'separated himself' from the Whatsapp group.
The group is called the fantastic four and contains Luca, Jacques, Dami and Andrew.
However Dami said its more like "the fantastic three" since Andrew distanced himself from the boys.
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Yesterday Dami opened up about who is still friends with who on The Capital XTRA Breakfast show.
Host Robert Bruce asked the hunk: "Dami, is there a WhatsApp group chat for the boys? Ekin-Su told us she's in one with Indiyah and other girls…"
Dami replied: "There's a WhatsApp group chat with boys just the 'fantastic four’."
The host then asked the Irish hunk who was in the group.
Dami explained: "Andrew, Luca, Jacques.
"But I feel like Andrew's probably like you know, separated himself so it's like fantastic three… but it's still fantastic four at heart, but you know the situation so…"
This comes days after Andrew unfollowed Jacques on Instagram as he makes "Tasha his priority."
Speaking in a YouTube interview, Andrew addressed his Instagram snub and made it clear how things stand between him and Jacques going forward.
"Yeah, it obviously is true [I unfollowed Jacques]," Andrew told Heat magazine's hosts Harriet Rose and Chris Taylor.
"Tasha is my priority and obviously there was a video that came out.
"We’re trying to move away from it all and just be ourselves and get on with life."
The unfollowing came after Jacques released a viral video that looked like he was mocking Andrew's partner Tasha.
Both Tasha and Andrew have unfollowed the rugby star and liked Remi Lambert's post on Instagram that accused Jacques of being a bully.
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Andrew's interview came just before Jacques released a statement saying that he is "working on himself".
Taking to his Instagram story Jacques wrote: "Life has been very overwhelming recently and admittedly I've probably not handled myself in the best possible way.
"I take full responsibility for my actions. I'm aware I'm far from perfect and that there is work that needs to be done on myself."
Jacques went on to explain how he had begun therapy, and concluded his statement with: "I'm not asking for sympathy, I just want to acknowledge the situation and move forward as positively as I can.
"However, I know this can be used as an important lesson for me moving forward and over the coming years. I hope I can become the person I want to be and use this new platform to spread a positive message
"I'm sorry to anyone that I have let down X."
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