Ibiza Weekender's Callum Izzard subjected to vile racist slur by a group of thugs in broad daylight... one year after being mugged at knifepoint

  • The reality star, 24, was called the N-word and a 'black b*****d' by the group, according to The Sun
  • He fled the scene for his safety, with a source saying he did 'the right thing'
  • In a video message, Callum said: 'all you have to do is to laugh at them'
  • The source added Callum was 'shaken' as it was the first time he had experienced such an attack 

Callum Izzard has revealed he was subjected to vile racist abuse by a group of thugs in broad daylight.

The Ibiza Weekender star, 24, was called the N-word and a 'black b*****d' by the gang of men and was forced to flee the scene for his safety.    

In a video message for The Sun, Callum said: 'As hurtful as it might be, as angry as you might get, as much as you might want to fight people and get upset, all you have to do is to laugh at them.

Sickening: Callum Izzard, 24, was subjected to vile racist abuse by a group of thugs in broad daylight

Sickening: Callum Izzard, 24, was subjected to vile racist abuse by a group of thugs in broad daylight

'Because if you’re that stupid and uneducated to just behave like that in any way, shape or form then you’re an idiot, they’re muppets, they’re uneducated, they’re losers and they’re scum. Laugh it off and get on with your day.'

A source told the publication that Callum did the right thing by leaving the scene and not confronting the thugs who hurled abuse at him.

They said he was shaken, but added: 'This is the first time Callum has ever experienced such an attack, he just can’t believe that in this day and age such people exist.'        

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Callum for further comment.     

Slurs: The Ibiza Weekender star was called the N-word and a 'black b*****d' by the gang of men and was forced to flee the scene for his safety

Slurs: The Ibiza Weekender star was called the N-word and a 'black b*****d' by the gang of men and was forced to flee the scene for his safety 

Callum was previously mugged at knife point while on a night out with friends in Ibiza last year. 

The reality star was making his way back to his hotel when he was attacked, according to The Sun.

A source told the publication that the thugs had stolen his passport and the theft has left Callum stranded in Ibiza.

The insider said at the time: 'They've taken his passport. He's stranded in Ibiza and is dealing with the embassy. He's pretty shaken but holding up well.'

An agent for Callum also told the tabloid: 'We are aware of an incident in Ibiza and currently assisting our client however cannot comment any further.'

Speaking out: Callum said: 'As hurtful as it might be, as angry as you might get, as much as you might want to fight people and get upset, all you have to do is to laugh at them'

Speaking out: Callum said: 'As hurtful as it might be, as angry as you might get, as much as you might want to fight people and get upset, all you have to do is to laugh at them'

It comes after Callum was recently said to have sparked a romance with former Love Island star Georgia Steel.

A source said: 'It all happened very quickly but they are really suited and are very in love. Callum and Georgia wanted to keep their romance private and didn't even tell their friends and family.

'It's been something of a whirlwind but they are both very happy and are finding it difficult to hide how they feel about each other.'

Georgia and Callum are said to be 'smitten' after meeting a month ago and have reportedly kept their romance a secret from even their friends and family. 

New flame: It comes after Callum was recently said to have sparked a romance with former Love Island star Georgia Steel

New flame: It comes after Callum was recently said to have sparked a romance with former Love Island star Georgia Steel 

Ibiza Weekender's Callum Izzard subjected to vile racist slur by a group of thugs in broad daylight 

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