Jake Quicekenden has been forced to defend himself after getting into hot water with some of his fans.
The reality TV star proudly shared pictures from the wedding of two Love Island star’s this week after he attended the ceremony with his fiancé Sophie Church.
Jake was at the nuptials of Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt who tied the knot on Thursday – four years after meeting on the show.
The former X Factor star, who is close friends with Jamie, took to social media with a few pictures from the beautiful outdoor ceremony as they were joined by fellow Love Island star Marcel Somerville and his partner Rebecca Vieira.
“Wonderful day, and such a beautiful ceremony,” he shared alongside pictures of him and Sophie with the beaming newlyweds.
“You scrub up @jamiejewitt_ and @camillathurlow you look incredible,” he added as he posed solo with the couple.
” @marcel_rockyb you’re punching with @rebeccavieirax just like I am with @sophie__church,” Jake then joked.
He also shared a video of Jamie and Camilla being applauded as they arrived at the reception.
But his post was quickly flooded with some comments about his decision to post pictures – with Jamie and Camillia staying quiet on their big day.
“Love watching u jake but was it OK to post before the bride did?? But maybe u did ask them was it OK?? Also he probably wasn’t the only guest at it dat done it too , does anyone think of dat…..” one said.
Another commented: “Yeah I don’t think you should have posted them.”
“Why would you want to post photos before the bride and groom regardless if you asked them. Not very fair on them,” a third complained.
Jake was then defended by fans.
“Oh here they are the social media police out in force you shouldn’t do this shouldn’t post before they do ..blah blah blah…..lovely pic of friends at a wedding,” one responded.
Another said: “I’m sure Jake asked their permission first to post such important photos online for the world to see before they did. Not sure why so many people are straight down his throat assuming he has done this without checking with them first.
“Whats it got to do with anyone else.. I’m sure he would of asked permission first and even if he didn’t that’s up to him to discuss it with the couple.. #liveandletlive..” a third fumed.
But now Jake has set the record straight.
Taking to his Instagram story, Jake said: “Why do people just find any reason to be negative or to moan or to have an opinion when they don’t know what’s gone on?
“They don’t know that it said on the table to share photos and use a hashtag.
“They don’t know that permission was asked.
“Please, please, if you see something and you don’t know the full story, don’t comment, because it’s utterly boring.”
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