The insects pictured are some kind of immature leafhopper, not aphids. I can't identify them further as they're immature, which makes it difficult, and you didn't indicate a location, which makes it near impossible. I don't think they directly caused the fruit bending via feeding, but may have transmitted a disease. I don't see any indication of feeding damage (generally small white or otherwise discolored spots on the leaves, especially the underside and near the midrib), so I'm not sure if I would suggest trying to control them.
Posted by: Michael Skvarla
Posted: July 3, 2017