Molly-May Hague’s statement angered some fans as they believe she ‘made it worse’ after her controversial comments on The Diary of a CEO podcast
Molly-May Hague’s latest regrettable apology has been slammed by fans as they say she “made it worse”.
The reality star, 22, has been at the center of criticism over the past week after comments about wealth inequality and poverty went viral on The Diary of a CEO podcast.
Fans have also called for the Pretty Little Thing creative director to be sacked, but it looks like she’s playing her part despite the backlash.
Molly-Mae’s rep issued a statement last week after her fans picked up on the video, but the former Love Island star issued a statement of her own on her Instagram on Monday.
She said: “I normally wanted to be back online today but I feel like before I just wanted to say…
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“When I say or post anything online, it is never with malice or ulterior motives. I fully appreciate that things can affect different people in different ways, however. I just want to emphasize that I never intended to hurt or upset anyone.
Saying sorry, she said: “I apologize to those who have been negatively affected or misinterpreted what I said in the podcast, the intention of the podcast was only to tell my story and to inspire from my experience “
Millionaire Molly-May then concluded: “Love you all, always X”.
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However fans noticed a very controversial detail in her statement, with one person writing on Twitter: “So Molly-Mae’s apology ‘Sorry if you misunderstood me’?”
Another commented: “I see that instead of taking the time to reflect on why people were so angry about what was said, Molly-May decided to double down and we Misunderstood everyone. This is not an apology. It is ‘I had to address this before the normal service of polishing my money could resume’.”
A third said, “I think his apology will make things worse, there’s something wrong with that.”
Molly-May returned to social media for the first time after four days off following a backlash from a podcast episode.
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