‘Out of all things I expected him to do for a living’: Love Island fans are shocked as they discover Davide’s job and financial status as a shisha business owner
Love Island fans have admitted to being shocked over Davide Sanclimenti’s occupation and rumoured financial status.
The Love Island winner, 27, runs a shisha business that provides hookah products to restaurants and nightclubs.
He has avoided discussing his job while on the show, leading to many fans being unware of his occupation.
Doing well for himself: Love Island fans have admitted to being shocked over Davide Sanclimenti’s occupation and rumoured financial status
The Italian has a company called S Deluxe Shisha, which provides electronic devices from ‘the best manufacturers in the world’ and which was reportedly launched in May 2021 in Manchester.
The website’s mission statement says: ‘S Deluxe Shisha is a premium service offered in some of the most exclusive hospitality venues located in North West, England.
‘We have partnership with the most exclusive restaurants and nightclubs around the UK, carrying a wide selection of top quality hookah products in different shapes and sizes.
Entrepreneur: The Love Island winner, 27, runs a shisha business that provides hookah products to restaurants and nightclubs
‘We offer catering-service, with the highest quality of luxury electronic shisha and the purest French made e-liquids. High quality ingredients combined with the latest technology on the market.’
There has been lots of rumours that Davide is also a self-made millionaire as a result of his business.
He also holds a masters degree in finance and banking, according to his LinkedIn.
Several fans took to Twitter to express their surprise at Davide’s job and joke that he was not in need of the prize money that came with his win.
One said: ‘Davide owns a multimillion shisha company idk if any of these people needed 50k’.
Another echoed: ‘I just learnt that Davide is an entrepreneur owning a shisha business. This guy was always meant to have a Turkish wife. I’m convinced they’re soulmates. I can’t get over them two!! #EKINDE’.
A third chimed in: ‘Out of all things I expected Davide to do for a living ….. I did not expect him to own a shisha lounge on the curry mile’.
And someone else tweeted: ‘Me when I found out Davide is a whole a** millionaire entrepreneur’.
Shocked: Several fans took to Twitter to express their surprise at Davide’s job and joke that he was not in need of the prize money that came with his win
It comes after Davide and Ekin-Su were crowned the winners of Love Island 2022.
As the news was announced, emotional Ekin-Su, 27, jumped into her Italian beau’s arms as they celebrated their win and speechless Davide exclaimed he ‘couldn’t believe it’.
Congratulations rushed in for genetically-blessed couple Ekin-Su and Davide as viewers celebrated their win on social media, admitting that they thought the ‘right couple had won’.
Winner, winner! Ekin-Su and Davide won Love Island 2022 and will split the £50,000 prize money
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The couple finished ahead of Gemma Owen, 19, and Luca Bish, 23, who were awarded second place and narrowly missed out on the money, with bosses deciding to ditch the ‘split or steal’ twist that usually comes at the end for the first time in the history of the ITV2 show.
In previous years, winners have picked an envelope which either has the prize money or nothing enclosed, with one person in the couple being given the £50,000 with the option to ‘split or steal’ the cash.
This year, host Laura Whitmore, 37, announced during Monday night’s live final they would automatically be sharing the money as producers opted to scrap the tradition which has been in place since series one.