Hani: Okay, so there’s a lot to unpack with Danny and Yewande, and it’s been an emotional rollercoaster. First things first, watching Yewande trying to put the moves on Danny was painful to see. Sure, she probably shouldn’t have sat on him, but she didn’t deserve to be screwed over like that. At the start of the week, I was annoyed at Yewande for being so damn cold, but I think the country has collectively come to accept that Danny’s behaviour was seriously douchey.
It had seemed like Danny had bared his soul, only to be met with a brick wall (Yewande), but we now see that she had reason to be so guarded. Getting so excited about his date with Arabella after telling Yewande his head couldn’t be turned was a total dick move. He needed to be called out, and I’m glad the boys didn’t just side with him. Seeing Tommy and Michael calling Danny out on his bullshit was the high-quality content I’ve been waiting for all season.
Josie: I feel like this week has just been watching Yewande and Danny’s fledgeling romance slowly implode. As an original islander, the nation was on Yewande’s side. We’ve invested time in her so we’ve been waiting for someone to come in to sweep her off of her feet and Danny seemed to be the man for the job, yet alas, things don’t always go the way we all collectively want.
I don’t trust Danny now — after watching him lay it on Factor 50 thick, he then had his head immediately turned by Arabella walking into the villa. There was no need for him to really lay it down with Yewande, so he really screwed himself over After finding Yewande’s coldness quite annoying at first, hearing her break down to Danny was a really heartbreaking moment which I’m sure spoke to a lot of people. While I don’t want Yewande to leave the island, I don’t think she should stay coupled with Danny as it is quite clear that he isn’t the right guy for her.