I’m A Celeb bosses issue apology after liking foul-mouthed post about campmate

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! bosses were forced to send out an apology on social media today after accidentally liking a post using “unacceptable language” towards one of this year’s campmates.

The ITV show’s team failed to identify what the post had said or who it was about, leaving fans to speculate in the comments section.

Taking to Instagram and X (Twitter) earlier this morning, the show’s official account released a statement reading: “Yesterday we accidentally liked a comment on Instagram while scrolling down through viewer comments.

“The post in question contained unacceptable language about one of our campmates and we apologise for the mistake made and any offence caused.

“We seek to champion all our campmates and would always urge our audience to be kind when commenting on social media.”

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Intrigued by the cryptic apology, the show’s 1.6 million Instagram followers and 1.3 million X followers gave their opinions on the post in the comments section.

“Why the unnecessary statement?” Benjamin asked on Instagram. “You’re drawing attention to an issue nobody knew had happened.”

“Loooooool imagine having to unlike a comment then saying this as an excuse,” KJ wrote with a laughing emoji. (sic)

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“Did the admin forget they weren’t on their personal page?” Theo theorised on Twitter, as Morgan agreed: “Admin must’ve thought they we’re on their person account lol.” (sic)

While Dylan complained: “Offend who? The woke mob who can’t handle bad language? Come on man.”

Plenty of fans were also keen to give their best guess as to who the post could have been talking about, with some believing it could have been aimed at YouTuber Nella Rose.

Siobhan wrote: “I’m glad you clarified the mistake. The hate towards Nella has been WAY to much. I disgree with some of her actions in the jungle but people are acting like she’s the worst human being alive and that’s unfair. She isn’t that bad imo. I’ve seen A LOT worse.” (sic)

While DJ Daley penned: “Apologies accepted on behalf of Queen Nella!”

Some social media users also took aim at Nella in the comments section, but others speculated that the post could have been about controversial former UKIP leader Nigel Farage.

Ali fumed: “Maybe stop inviting far right MPs on your show and you won’t attract this type of situation? Kind of like a Suella move with this one really. You’ve only got yourselves to blame.” (sic)

While X user DarkGa blasted the apology, demanding: “Remove F*rage immediately.” (sic)

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