I'm A Celebrity's Naughty Boy in bullying row as fans claim stars are picking on him

I'M A Celebrity's Naughty Boy was in the centre of a bullying row as fans claimed stars were picking on him.

Fans were fuming over the treatment of the 40-year-old music producer as more feuds erupted in the camp last night.

Fans took to Twitter to defend Naughty Boy after he got in a row with David Ginola after pointing at him to suggest he should do the trial.

One wrote: "Naughty Boy wasn’t the only one who said David should do it lmao! Borderline bullying now."

A second said: "Bullying Naughty Boy for no reason."

A third chimed in: "ITV needs to do something about this Naughty Boy bullying after EVERY episode. The guy does nothing, wins EVERY star for the camp and still gets bullied online. This is awful."

A fourth said: "Snoochie and Kadeena volunteered David’s name before naughty boy did but yet again Naughty Boy is the weakest link therefore the easiest target. I thought more of David than that. I can see a bit of bullying starting now towards Naughty Boy."

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Others thought fans were over-reacting and Naughty Boy was not being bullied.

One wrote: "David has been very patient and calm with Naughty Boy during all his whiny moments so no wonder he lost his shit with him. Probably been holding it in. You all saying this is "bullying" have clearly never been bullied."

It all kicked off when Naughty Boy told football legend David he should do the trial last night sparking a row within the camp.

But the suggestion did not go down well with the former Newcastle megastar, 54, who marched out of camp to talk to producers.

The star took massive exception to Naughty Boy's suggestion he should do that day's trial when the campmates were told to agree between themselves who should do the trial.

But the music guru hit back, saying: "There is no need for you to say to me who do I think I am. I'm not allowing this to simmer. I'm not going to sit here and not say how I feel."

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