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Dani Dyer doesnt like Jamie Oliver because he took away her chips at school

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Dani isnt Jamies biggest fan (Picture: PA)

Jamie Oliver has been ruffling feathers for as long as we can remember – from his Turkey Twizzler vendetta days, up to the jerk rice debacle.

And it looks like everyones favourite islander has been angered by the Naked Chef.

Dani Dyer has revealed shes never been a fan of Jamie after he meddled in her school dinners.

The Love Island winner made the confession after showcasing her gym routine, a day after she and boyfriend Jack Fincham promoted McDonalds on Instagram.

Jack and Dani divided opinion when they advertised the new McDonalds app, with some followers accusing Dani of being irresponsible by promoting fast food.

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(A chicken nugget every once in a while wont hurt anyone, guys.)

Hours later, Dani shared a video of herself doing burpees with weights – and her fast food ad was still in the minds of some of her followers.

One person commented: I think youre a lovely girl but advertising junk food aint the one! Even if it is most ppls guilty pleasure lol. What would Jamie Oliver say?

But it turns out Dani doesnt care what Jamie would say.

Dani Dyer Instagram comment about Jamie Oliver
Jamies school dinner crusade is still annoying people (Picture: Instagram)

The 22-year-old replied: I never liked him he took hot dogs and chips away from me in primary school thats the only thing I looked forward to on a Friday.

We wonder how dad Danny feels about Jamies 15 minute meals…

Jamie found himself at the centre of a cultural appropriation row earlier this year after he released a range of jerk rice.

Despite Labour MP Dawn Butler and Rustie Lee both slamming the product, Jamie wasnt that bothered by the backlash.

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The 43-year-old said on The One Show: This is the world we live in. Its called a quiet news week.

I did watch it, almost like a tourist, and I decided to say nothing. In the end you have to kind of nip these things about the bud if they start going in the wrong direction.

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When we started getting into conversation that should be about celebration and sharing.

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