Molly-Mae Hague has admitted for a few days that she wants to & # 39; give up & # 39; because she warns future Love Island stars of the dangers of sudden fame.
The reality star, 20, explained that nothing could have prepared her for the attack of judgment and control of cruel trolls after leaving the villa and the last few months have been & # 39; extremely difficult & # 39 ;.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Molly said: & # 39; There are days when you feel you can't do anything right. & # 39;
Beauty: Molly-Mae Hague admitted on a few days that she wants to & # 39; give up & # 39; because she warns future Love Island stars about the dangers of fame in an interview to mark her collaboration with Tatti Lashes
Her comments came after she was mocked for serving her friend Tommy Fury, 20, & # 39; undercooked & # 39; chicken earlier this week.
She told MailOnline: & # 39; I have experienced things that have been extremely difficult in recent months.
& # 39; Trolling and hating has been intense even in recent days. I thought I had prepared mentally, but I can't.
& # 39; I have the most Instagram followers, so I hate the most and people who malign me, you can't really win. & # 39;
& # 39; It was extremely difficult & # 39 ;: the reality star, 20, says nothing could have prepared her for the attack of judgment and control of cruel trolls after leaving the villa
Happy couple: Molly, whose romance with Love Island Tommy Fury co-star is still going well, says that future stars & # 39; really need to understand what they concern & # 39; (photo last month)
In a grim warning to the cast of Winter Love Island, Molly added: “They must really, really understand what they are about.
& # 39; I could say & # 39; be yourself & # 39; but my biggest advice is to really think about it. You must understand what you stand for.
& # 39; Your life will never be the same and your family's life will never be the same. It's scary! & # 39;
Tommy was forced this week to defend Molly & # 39; s culinary skills after trolling hundreds of hundreds tweeted in disgust for the & # 39; dry and unseasoned & # 39; chicken.
But Molly, who was recently accused of & # 39; cultural appropriation & # 39; before dressing up as Cleopatra for Halloween, admitted that the viral moment made her feel hopeless.
& # 39; I give up!: This week Tommy was forced to defend Molly after she was laughed at for the & # 39; not cooked & # 39; dinner she served him
Negativity: the social media influencer says: & on some days you just have the feeling that you can't do anything right & # 39; after she was accused of & # 39; cultural appropriation & # 39; for dressing up as Cleopatra for Halloween
She said: & # 39; I give up! Some days you have the feeling that you cannot do anything right.
& # 39; I sometimes find it difficult to break the connection. Everything is assessed and examined.
& # 39; It looked like & # 39; Molly-Mae cooks Tommy cooked chicken & – 39 – he asked me for chicken and vegetables, so I cooked him chicken and vegetables! & # 39;
Love Island's number two said she was intrigued to watch the upcoming series because she can tell how often scenes are re-filmed and manipulated before being broadcast.
She said: & I'm definitely going to look at Winter Love Island, I can see it from a different perspective.
Winter show: Love Island second Molly (photo in August) said she is intrigued to watch the upcoming series because she can tell how many times scenes have been re-recorded
& # 39; I know they filmed that scene 45 times and it only took 19 years to film.
& # 39; It will be interesting to see, but Tommy does not want it, which is annoying!
& # 39; When I set up our series, he doesn't understand why I want to watch it. He is not bothered by him. However, I like to look back, sometimes I just go to ITV Hub and look back! & # 39;
Influencer Molly has collaborated with the Tatti Lashes brand on a new range of eyelashes that are suitable for glamor during the day and at night.
Hard at work: Molly has worked with the brand Tatti Lashes on a new range of eyelashes, suitable for glamor during the day and & # 39;
The star says she is very & # 39; careful & # 39; is when she gives her name to a product in an effort to continue to build her 3.5 million Instagram followers.
She said: “When I came out of the villa, I said I wanted to stay true to myself and I didn't want to be the person who promotes an old product because it makes me money.
& # 39; I'd rather be followed because I'm authentic. I am so careful – the reason why people become irrelevant is because they burn themselves up, they post and post and post, but I am selective.
& # 39; I only do paid partnerships with a small number of people, such as Tatti lashes that I loved before I went to the villa. & # 39;
Selective: the reality star told MailOnline that she & # 39; very carefully & # 39; is deciding who she works with and giving her name as her 3.5 million Instagram followers grow
Stunner Molly says that her collaboration with the eyelash brand fits her perfectly, because she prefers a natural make-up finish and subtle eyelashes.
She added: & # 39; I like natural makeup more and my collection really represents that. I have an AM and PM eyelash and there is a huge difference between them.
& # 39; I don't always wear eyelashes during the day, but when I do I wear my AM eyelashes because the eyelash band is very clear and they look natural.
& # 39; I have always been obsessed with hair, beauty, makeup, clothing – I am a girlish girl. Having this collection is a dream come true for me. & # 39;
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