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Ytossie and Taheed: “We were actors going on the show for publicity.”

Ytossie and Taheed: “We were actors going on the show for publicity.”
At a press conference about their lawsuit against the producers of Temptation Island, Ytossie and Taheed said that they did it for the exposure, not the temptation. “We knew we were not going to be tempted,” Ytossie said. She also said producers let her call her kid regularly.

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