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Becoming Molly-Mae: Fans Rush To Her Defence Amid Cruel Trolling Over Book

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Becoming Molly-Mae: Fans Rush To Her Defence Amid Cruel Trolling Over Book

Molly-Mae Hague’s fans have rushed to her defence over the cruel trolling she has received about her book. 

The former Love Island star, 22, recently announced that she has written a book, titled Becoming Molly Mae, about her rise to success, which has been the target of much criticism online. 

Supporters of the PrettyLittleThing creative director have, however, defended the star, stating that the constant criticism she receives has turned into “a witch hunt”. 

The former Love Island star, 22, recently announced that she has written a book, titled Becoming Molly Mae, about her rise to success, which has been the target of much criticism online (Instagram Molly Mae Hague).
The former Love Island star, 22, recently announced that she has written a book, titled Becoming Molly Mae, about her rise to success, which has been the target of much criticism online (Instagram Molly Mae Hague).
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NADS took to Twitter to write: “Guys let’s leave Molly Mae alone now. She previously made some insensitive comments and we called her out for it and held her accountable for it,” referring to the previous comments Hague made about wealth inequality during a podcast

She continued: “Now it’s turning into a witch hunt/ bullying and I am not here for that. If she isn’t your cup of tea don’t buy her shit and move on.”

Another wrote: “These people tweeting about Molly Mae everytime she does something .. why are you so bothered weirdos [sic]”. 

“Just want to let everyone know, I’ve doubled checked and nobody is going to be forced to read Molly Mae’s book so you can all stop crying over it now,” Darth Jader added.

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Another of Hague’s supporters wrote: “Yes Molly Mae brought out a book and what??? If you had the chance to be where she was now you would 100% whether it’s down to love island or not.. maybe read the book and then have an opinion [sic].”

Meanwhile, another of the influencer’s fans took to the social media site to express their thoughts about the backlash she receives, and how she wishes that trolls direct their upset at the UK Government for the recent “Partygate” scandals, instead.

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“I wish we gave the government as much s*** as Molly Mae gets,” Madi wrote.

Whereas another supporter referred to how the recent accusations against footballers Mason Greenwood and Kurt Zouma have now been seemingly drowned out by Hague’s criticism online.

"Seeing everyone slating Molly Mae again yet its all gone quiet on the footballer front hasn’t it," Jade told followers.

We have contacted a digital consultant to weigh on Hague's criticism.

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"The desire to cancel out a person or a community from social media platforms has increased in recent years. Molly-Mae Hague has become an easy target after her comments on Steven Bartlett’s podcast," Harvey Morton, the founder of www.harveymorton.digital, told us.

"Social media users wanted to hold Molly-Mae accountable for her recent comments around "all having the same 24-hours in a day", and again over the announcement of her autobiography at such a young age.

"I don’t believe Molly-Mae intended to cause any upset on The Diary of a CEO podcast, instead, she was aiming to inspire.

"Perhaps there was an arrogance around her not considering differing backgrounds and circumstances, but nobody can deny she is a fantastic entrepreneur and her success shouldn’t be undermined," he added.

Unfortunately, the podcast host expert doesn't believe that the rhetoric around the influencer will give in any time soon.

"Molly-Mae will continue to attract criticism until social media moves on, and users become unhappy with a different celebrity or influencer. If anything, all of the chatter on social media will only help to raise awareness and publicity of her book in this case, which is positive for her."

The criticism which Hague has received about her book comes just a month after the Love Islander was accused of making “tone deaf” comments about wealth inequality and poverty on PLT’S YouTube series The Diary of a CEO. 

Featured Image Credit: Instagram Molly Mae Hague

Topics: News, Celebrity, Love Island, Molly Mae Hague, Books

Gabriella Ferlita
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