I don’t need Love Island to be successful

LOVE Island’s Molly-Mae Hague has insisted that she would still have the same success even if she didn’t appear on the hit reality show.

Reality star, 22 years old, shot to fame on ITV2’s Love Island in 2019 when she and her boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 22, came in second.

Molly-Mae Hague insists she doesn't need Love Island to be successful


Molly-Mae Hague insists she doesn’t need Love Island to be successful
The reality star appeared on the ITV2 dating show in 2019


The reality star appeared on the ITV2 dating show in 2019

Almost three years since she appeared on the series, Molly has seen her career as an influencer take to new heights, launching her own fake-tan label and has also become the creative director of Pretty Little Thing.

However, the YouTuber believes that she doesn’t need Love Island to be successful, claiming that she will reach a million followers through “hard work”.

Molly-Mae mentioned above Podcast Diary of a CEO.

“I know I’ll be fine. My following is growing rapidly.

“I think I had about 170,000 followers at the time and that was all natural growth.

“No TV shows or anything. Now I’m going to say if I wasn’t on the show, I’d say I’d still hit a million followers because I have a real work ethic. good with my Instagram.”

However, Molly-Mae has given Love Island credit, saying the film has helped her career flourish.

“But the show was just… it just lifted me up,” she continued.

“When you go out on the field it shows you’re all on a level playing field and it’s totally up to you where you are with it, and I just know that I want to reach levels that no one has ever reached. next.

“And that’s why I never really talk about it, because I just feel like I’m not in debt… that’s not why I’m where I am.

“Yeah it gave me a foundation, yes it lifted me up, but the things I do now are not for Love Island. They are for me and what I decided to do with my work ethic.”


The businesswoman is believed to be worth around £2m, with the PLT deal worth seven figures.

Even so, Molly is now branded “deaf timbre” by some after commenting on Diary of a CEO podcast last month, in which she has faced criticism in the past.

“You have a life and what you do with it is up to you,” she said. You can really go in any direction.

“When I’ve talked about that in the past, I’ve been stressed a little bit, with people saying ‘it’s easy for you to say that because you didn’t grow up poor, so let you sit there and say We all have the same 24 hours in a day that’s not right.’

“But, technically, what I’m saying is right. We do,” the TV personality continued.

“So I understand that we all come from different backgrounds and we were all raised in different ways and we have different financial situations, but I think if you want all kinds of things, , you can achieve it.

“It just depends on how far you want to go to get where you want to be in the future. And I’ll go to any length.

“I did my best to get where I am,” she concluded.

In the wake of Molly’s comments appearing online, many took to social media to express their displeasure with her grafted sentiments, pointing out that she was on one of the shows. The UK’s biggest reality and endorsement deals are waiting for her.

One person tweeted: “She actually just went on a TV dating show and got brand deals, I’m not sure she’s ‘comfortably working here’.”

“It’s funny how people have hyped her up to the point where she feels comfortable being able to say this,” another commented. “She’s always lived well, and to her the tone is deafening.”

A third person shared: “I like Molly Mae but if you’ve never been poor, you never know how to get out of poverty, it’s an endless cycle.

“Yes, life is yours, but it’s also helpful when you don’t have to stress about what you or your family are having for dinner.”

Molly-Mae has been called'tone deaf' after insisting'we all have the same 24 hours in the day'


Molly-Mae has been called ‘tone deaf’ after insisting ‘we all have the same 24 hours in the day’
Molly-Mae Hague sparks backlash with ‘tone-deaf’ comments about her success

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Huynh Nguyen

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