Love Island star Sherif Lanre enjoyed a dinner with friends on Sunday, after his shock exit from the ITV2 show this week.
The 20-year-old was seen larking around with his friends at The Ivy Brasserie in Soho, in an Instagram video shared by a friend, just days after being dropped from the reality show for kicking Molly-Mae Hague in the crotch and joking that it was a 'c*** punt'.
It comes as the chef accused show bosses of 'double standards' after they allegedly let a fellow islander constantly use the N-word in front of him, without being reprimanded.
Spotted: Love Island star Sherif Lanre, 20, was filmed for the first time since his axe from the villa, as he enjoyed a swanky dinner with pals in London on Sunday
Speaking in an interview with The Sun following his villa exit, Sherif explained: 'There was one guy, who I will not name, who repeatedly used the N-word as he rapped in front of me.
'He said it two or three times and he was not pulled aside even though the code forbids racist language.'
He added that he felt the 'same rules' didn't apply to the rest of the contestants.
According to the publication, the song in question was Over My Dead Body by the rapper Drake, which features the offensive terminology on several occasions.
Out of the villa: He was seen with friends at The Ivy Brasserie in Soho on Sunday, days after being dropped from the show for kicking Molly-Mae Hague in the crotch
Not right: It comes as the chef accused show bosses of 'double standards' after they let a fellow islander constantly use the N-word in front of him, without being reprimanded
It is said that one islander flagged the situation at the time, but no further action was taken.
A source revealed to The Sun: 'Sherif was not particularly offended by it, as the person in question was just singing a song, but someone else clearly was.
'But Sherif was left feeling like there were double standards given his swift removal after his comments.
However, Love Island bosses are adamant that the N-word wasn't said in the house and that there is no evidence of the incident.
Shock: Sherif explained: 'There was one guy, who I will not name, who repeatedly used the N-word as he rapped in front of me'
Double standards: 'He said it two or three times and he was not pulled aside even though the code forbids racist language'
A show spokesperson told the publication: 'We monitor the islanders 24/7 and we have no recording of the use of this offensive language.
'And, at no point, does anyone use that offensive language in rap lyrics or any other time. We do have clear rules on the use of language in the villa.'
MailOnline have contacted representatives from Love Island for comment.
It comes as Sherif revealed the real reason he was axed to leave the villa amid a tidal wave of speculation.
Sherif explained he was booted from the Mallorcan villa after kicking Molly-Mae in a sensitive region.
The truth is out: Sherif explained he was booted from the Mallorcan villa after kicking Molly-Mae in a sensitive region, adding that she appeared to be in pain at first but soon laughed it off
He explained that the Instagrammer, 19, appeared to be in pain at first but soon laughed it off, with Sherif then turning to Tommy Fury and joked: ‘That was a c*** punt.’
Speaking to The Sun, Sherif revealed: 'I did kick Molly-Mae in the groin area but it was an accident and she 100 per cent was not injured afterwards. She did appear to be in pain at first but then she stood up and seemed fine and we