Love Island's Jess Shears Addresses Claim She 'Stole From YouTuber Ex JMX'
The YouTuber's ruthless track vows to "expose a snake."
Love Island's Jess Shears has been accused of stealing by YouTuber JMX in a brutal diss track.
JMX's (real name Joel Morris) track is entitled 'The Truth - Jessica Rose Diss Track' and it's lyrics suggests that the reality star stole up to £8,000 from his bank account but now Jess has responded.
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"She stole 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8k from my bank account, from my bank account," JMX alleges about his so-called ex in the song.
Jessica worked with the YouTuber on multiple videos before heading off to Mallorca in the hope of finding love.
JMX previously threatened to release a diss track after claiming that Jess "completely snaked" him, and now the 19-year-old has proven to be a man of his word.
Other artists including Momo, Quadeca and Monstah also feature on the track, in which JMX warns Dom Lever that he should "leave her."
Jess has come out to deny the claims made in the track. Speaking to OK! Magazine, she revealed: "Firstly, he’s not my ex. I worked with him briefly before Love Island and that was that," she explained.
She added: "It’s just a classic case of someone wanting to get themselves a bit of attention and cash in on the fact I’m successful."
Jess believes that the YouTuber is clearly just trying to use her new found fame to make a quick buck: "The whole situation is ridiculous, he’s just making things up to cash in on what’s going on," said the reality star.
Fortunately Dom and Jess seem unfazed by the YouTuber's accusations and are busy celebrating, since earlier this week they announced their engagement and plans to start a family as soon as they are married.
Meanwhile, ironically none of the claims made in JMX's track have actually been proven to have any 'truth' behind them.