MOLLY-Mae Hague’s fans rushed to her defence when trolls slammed her as ‘horrendous’.
Her fans came out in force when the haters criticised Molly as ‘horrendous’ for saying she was more interested in money than making friends.
The former Love Island runner-up and creative director at fashion brand Pretty Little Thing has revealed that she’d rather be out making cash than wasting time on expanding her social circle.
Fans rushed to defend the reality star and commented on her latest YouTube video.
One fan wrote: “Molly! Can I just say , you are so amazing , you are my inspiration I don’t know how you and Tommy can get hatred and horrible stuff said about you when you are both truly amazing people , it is mind blowing . Haters are only hating because they are jealous of ur amazing life and jealous that they don’t have what you have and they don’t have the kind soul that you have. Always remember this , I’m sure everybody else will say the same.”
Another added: “Sending lots of love your way.”
“Molly I love you.. you’re such a lovely girl. When you are feeling like this, just be so thankful that you are both healthy.”
The 22-year-old – who is close friends with her fellow Love Island star Maura Higgins – admitted her circle is “absolutely tiny” but that she “likes it that way”.
“My circle is minuscule,” she told the Diary Of A CEO podcast.
“I have literally about five people in my circle, and that includes friends.
“I wouldn’t have it any other way.
“I work, I spend time with my boyfriend and I go to bed.
“That is literally my life. I’m not bothered about a social life. It’s never been something I’ve been interested in.”
The health conscious star says she doesn’t really drink alcohol and isn’t a fan of parties or going out out.
“It’s not for me. I’d rather just focus on making money, being successful and being happy,” she said.
“Friends, they come and go and I find it a bit of a waste of time.”
Molly-Mae admits making new friends is “time-consuming” and that she “lost a lot of friends” since appearing on Love Island in 2019.
“It sounds savage but sometimes friends, they just – not cling on, but they don’t add much,” she said.
“I know that sounds a bit savage, but… I’m not that girl from Hitching any more. I’m not that young girl who was a lifeguard at Hitching swimming pool.
“That’s not me. I’m living in a different world now and a lot of my friends can’t relate to that.”
Molly-Mae admits: “I’m a bit of a loner but I like it.”