Perfect Ed Sheeran
29 September 2017, 12:08
He was in full defensive mode!
After Love Island star Chris Hughes decided to leak messages which Katie Price had denied she'd sent to him, there were three sets of people.
There were those he thought he was right in outing the model and proving that she did in fact send him flirty messages, but there were also people who felt that Chris revealing the private messages was stepping over the line.
However there are also people who felt that Chris had deleted his side of the conversations with Katie to make it look as though he hadn't actually replied to her and it was someone from that group who Chris has now lashed out at.
After Chris' girlfriend Olivia tweeted 'Ohhh look at all you lot turning on chris for backing himself. Smh', she was hit by a flurry of responses from both people defending Chris and those siding with Katie.
Ohhh look at all you lot turning on chris for backing himself. Smh— Olivia Jade Attwood (@oliviajade_att) September 26, 2017
When one Twitter user replied saying 'That's what happens when messages are deleted before being screenshotted and posted online. The guy is a (snake emoji)', Chris couldn't help himself and hit back with a savage response.
Misconception. That's what happens when messages are deleted before being screenshotted and posted online. The guy is a— CJAYC. (@cjayc___) September 26, 2017
Even though he didn't use all of Twitter's new 280 characters, he made sure his feelings were heard loudly and clearly with a message that even bragged about his GCSE success.
Chris furiously wrote 'I've got 14 GCSE's, a Uni Degree and morals. I ain't sent s**t, hence why all you'll haven't seen s**t. Worry about yourself man.'
But he was quickly met with a hugely negative response to his reply and was labelled an 'embarrassment' by one angry tweeter who felt that Chris had been a huge hypocrite in posting the original messages.
Oh dear did you really just say that . p.s all u had to do if u didn't want her to message was to ask her to stop, not sell a story!— Kelly Lauraine(MUA) (@kelly_lauraine) September 28, 2017
Just apologise and get over it fgs— BuyRLRemix (@xomixers_united) September 28, 2017
So 14 GCSE's & a degree are supposed to justify you being a hypocrite? Nah. Didn't think so 5 minutes of fame gone. Embarrassment #karma.— CJAYC. (@cjayc___) September 28, 2017
So what do you make of this whole situation then?
Was Chris right to reveal the messages and share his truth or should he have risen above the whole thing?
Whilst you're here, check out what happened when we caught up with Chris and his BFF Kem at V Festival this summer...