Love Island & # 39; s Molly-Mae Hague reveals that it launched an anti-trolling campaign after being hit by celebrities while participating in the reality show
Molly-Mae Hague revealed that she was shocked to discover that celebrities had encouraged trolls to send her nasty comments while participating in Love Island.
The social media star, 20, came in second in this year's series with her friend Tommy Fury and told the Mirror online of her surprise when she saw what was said about her when she got her phone back after the show.
Molly-Mae has now started an anti-trolling campaign after discovering some famous people, including a Victoria & # 39; s Secret model, who participated in the negative comments.
Surprise: Molly-Mae Hague revealed that she was shocked when it turned out that celebrities had encouraged trolls to send her nasty comments while participating in Love Island
She said: “One thing I was really shocked about when I came out was that many celebrities I looked up to and really loved, I would go back to their accounts to see what they said and had been a lot participate in trolling and negativity against me.
& # 39; Like a Victoria & # 39; s Secret model that I have adored for centuries and it was so hard to see. There were many celebrities who encouraged negativity. & # 39;
Molly-Mae was appalled at the comments she saw and told how she thought famous people would know they shouldn't encourage trolling because they often get it themselves.
She said, "You'd think they'd understand it better than anyone, you just wouldn't think it would be something, you'd think celebrities would understand how it feels."
Negativity; The social media star told the Mirror Online about her surprise when she saw what was said about her when she got her phone back after Love Island (shown in June 2019)
The new reality star campaign explores what it's like to be an influencer, as well as the negative aspects of fame.
Molly-Mae added that she reads every message she receives and is able to deal with the negativity because she has very thick skin.
However, the model admitted that she & # 39; fossilized & # 39; was to get her phone back after the show and received a warning from her sister that some of the online abuse & # 39; pretty bad & # 39; used to be.
Molly said: & Many celebrities that I looked up to and really loved, I would go back to their accounts to see what they said and many had participated in the trolling & # 39;
Since leaving the Love Island villa this summer, Molly-Mae has filled her pockets quickly, both with her fashion deal with PrettyLittleThing and a newly announced collaboration with her product brand Beauty Works.
And before she went to the show, allowing her Instagram follower to count more than 3 million, Molly-Mae made a name for herself by judging beauty and fashion products.
Molly-Mae told MailOnline about her new deal: & I already had a strong relationship with Beauty Works. I have been using their products for centuries.
Loved-up: Molly-Mae and her friend Tommy Fury finished second in the reality series (shown in August 2019)
& # 39; So I'm releasing an exclusive curl set. It's because everyone went crazy with my curls on Love Island. And now that I'm there, I can't believe I can work with them.
& # 39; It is something I could only have dreamed of and working with them now means that I can do so much more. My hair has been huge, the color, the resilient appearance that I wore in the villa.
& # 39; So many people ask for it. So this curl set is a way to help my followers achieve this look. & # 39;
Tough: Molly-Mae added that she reads every message she receives and is able to deal with the negativity because she has very thick skin
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