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Katherine Ryan pokes fun at the Molly-May Hague backlash

Katherine Ryan pokes fun at the reaction Molly-May Hague received to her comments about wealth inequality.

The comedian, actor, and writer recently appeared on Hits Radio, where he was asked to share his “inspirational” tips on how to “see the bright side of life.”

Ryan added: “I mean, it’s not weird, I guess, but I find that gratitude, even in my darkest moments, has always led the way and attracted abundance into my life.”

“So any time I feel bad or I think, ‘Okay, it’s not working for me, I want to go to the Maldives’ – I really don’t have a big problem in my life now, but I feel like Guess I just remember that I have.”

Ryan continued, “When I had nothing, I realized I had everything, and I think a lot of people are feeling the stress of being restricted. And I think if you have your When you focus on what you have, even if it’s just the health of your loved ones, you have everything.”

When Hits Radio shared Ryan’s answer on twitter, the comedian replied: “Internet please, don’t give me the same ’24 hours’.”

Ryan was recently referring to the former’s reaction love island Competitor Hague’s commentary about wealth inequality and poverty.

Katherine Ryan pokes fun at the Molly-May Hague backlash in response to Hits Radio’s tweet

(Twitter @Kathbum)

While appearing on the YouTube series in December Diary of a CEO, Hague said: “I feel like you’ve been given a life and it’s up to you what you do with it. You can literally go in any direction. When I’ve talked in the past, I get a little- Too slammed, people said, ‘It’s easy for you to say, ‘You didn’t grow up in poverty, you didn’t grow up with big money struggles. So your sitting there and saying that’s all of us’. Passes are equal 24 hours a day, is not correct. and i’m like, but technically what i’m saying Is Right – we do.”

Hague continued: “So I understand that we all have different backgrounds and we grew up in different ways and have different financial situations, but if you want something substantial you can have it. And it just depends on how long you want to go. Where do you want to be in the future.”

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Reality star turned Pretty Little Things businesswoman was widely criticized for her “tone deaf” comments after she went viral.

On Monday (January 10), Hague shared a statement on Instagram, writing: “Whenever I say or post anything online, it is never with malice or ill-intentioned.

Molly-May Hague apologizes after backlash for remarks she made in an interview in December

(Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

“I fully appreciate that things can affect different people in different ways, although I just want to emphasize that I don’t want to be hurt or upset by anything.” I will not intend to do so.

She said: “I apologize to those who have been negatively affected or misunderstood what I said in the podcast, the intention of the podcast was only to tell my story and to inspire from my own experience.”

In the wake of the controversy that led to the dismantling of her Wikipedia page, a representative for The Hague defended Starr’s remarks.

Hague’s friends and ex-partners after viral video love island Contestant Maura Higgins called on another star of the ITV2 show to comment on the backlash Hague is receiving.

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