I was on Love Island but I’m going back to my ‘normal’ job after quitting fame

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A LOVE Island star has revealed he’s going back to his ‘normal’ day job after quitting fame.

Maxwell Samuda has revealed he won’t be pursing a famous career after his stint in the villa.

A Love Island star has revealed they’ve quit fame in favour of a ‘normal’ job

Maxwell has revealed he will be going into a job in the same field as his studies

Maxwell and Olivia dated after meeting on Love Island but have since split

The finance student and restaurant host, 24, will be going into a job in the same field as his studies.

Speaking to Secure to The Insecure with Johnny Seifart podcast Maxwell said he’s already lined up a job.

However, he admitted it will be good to have his following from the ITV2 if he ever tries influencing.

He revealed: “Right now the way that I see things is if I can have a bit of a combination with both of these areas at the moment then that would be amazing.

“I worked too hard throughout my undergrad and my masters to say that I’m going to have nothing to do with that now.

“But then I have an opportunity with like the show and social media, there’s a small bit of influence if there’s things that I want to create, it makes it a bit more easier to do that now.

“I got an offer for a graduate job the day that I went to go on Love Island that I accepted so I will still be doing that later in the year.”

Maxwell appeared on the winter edition of Love Island earlier this year.

He entered the villa during the show’s infamous Casa Amor week as a bombshell.

Viewers watched as he coupled up with Olivia Hawkins before the pair were dumped from the villa.

They split just weeks after the show came to an end.

Maxwell entered the villa during the show’s infamous Casa Amor week as a bombshell