Molly-Mae Hague: Love Island Star Apologises To People Who ‘misunderstood’ Remarks About Wealth

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Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague doubles down on wealth inequality feedback in a response to critics

Molly-Mae Hague has issued an apology following a backlash to feedback she made about wealth inequality and poverty.

Businesswoman Hague, a former contestant on ITV2 sequence Love Island, made the remarks on a YouTube sequence titled The Diary of a CEO.

Within the clip, which was filmed in December however shared on Twitter in January, Hague stated: “I simply assume you’re given one life and it’s right down to you what you do with it. You'll be able to actually go in any route.”

Hague continued: “After I’ve spoken previously I’ve been slammed just a little bit, with folks saying, ‘It’s simple so that you can say that, you’ve not grown up in poverty, you’ve not grown up with main cash struggles. So so that you can sit there and say all of us have the identical 24 hours in a day shouldn't be right.’ And I’m like, however technically what I’m saying is right – we do.

“So I perceive all of us have completely different backgrounds and we’re raised in several methods and have completely different monetary conditions, however in order for you one thing sufficient you possibly can obtain it and it simply relies upon to what lengths you wish to go to get to the place you wish to be sooner or later.”

Hague was extensively criticised for her “tone deaf” feedback within the wake of the viral video.

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