MOLLY-Mae Hague has revealed that she deleted her Twitter account.
The 22-year-old admitted in her latest YouTube video, branding the platform as “toxic” and “terrible”.
In the video, the influencer admits she has endured “the hardest period of her life” after £800,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from her Manchester flat.
Speaking to her followers, the former Love Island star said she has “never felt better” since leaving the platform.
She began: “I’m trying to stay away from social media right now. I actually deleted Twitter – I deleted the app – and I’ve never felt better for it.
“Since entering this new life that I’ve had now and in the past few years, and things have changed, I just think Twitter is the most toxic and horrible platform ever.
“I thought maybe in a few days I could delete my entire account, which is sad because I love it. But it didn’t help me.”
And she’s not the only one who turned her back on the blog, but also her boyfriend Tommy Fury.
She added: “It doesn’t do anything for Tommy. It’s not a good foundation, especially at the moment.”
Straight, Molly explains how difficult her life has been since she broke into the house recently.
The star shared: “Right now, I’m going through the most difficult period of my life.
“I’ve been dealing with emotions I’ve never experienced before. Recently, I’ve been going through a huge battle with anxiety that I mentioned in my Let’s Talk video.
“But it just seems to be getting worse and worse at the moment. It’s not something I’ve really faced before.”
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The Love Island couple were in London when their home in Hale, Manchester, was broken into. It is currently listed for rent at £4,250 per month.
She told fans on her YouTube channel: “It was the worst thing that ever happened to me – it was horrible, it was horrible.”
Discussion trouble For the first time, Molly-Mae said: “Tommy and I were really robbed.
“Without a doubt, the worst thing that ever happened to me – to us, I can say – and it was terrible, terrible, terrible. So we had to face a lot of things. a lot of.
“Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, empty, you name it. What they say in the articles is true, they took everything. We don’t have much.
It was the worst thing that ever happened to me – it was horrible, horrible.
“I’m dealing with emotions I didn’t think I would have to deal with at a time like this, like guilt. I never thought if I was robbed I would feel guilty.
“But I think seeing so many things on social media and seeing so many people’s opinions on why we were robbed, I started to think ‘God this is my fault? I shared. too much? Have I done something wrong?’ ”
On the night of the raid, Molly and Tommy went out for a rare evening when they join forces at the premiere of Molly’s Beauty Works.
They beamed as they walked hand in hand into the Christmas product party event, with Molly wears £180,000 jewelry.
But while they parted ways with the reality TV star’s friends, including Maura Higgins, their precious belongings were moved out of their apartment.
Having become a millionaire after appearing on Love Island, the star regularly shows off expensive gifts and expensive items on her YouTube and Instagram accounts.
Influencers have 6.2 million followers on Instagram and 1.62 million subscribers on YouTube.
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