Love Island UK alum Molly-Mae Hague called out fans for invasion of privacy. She became one of the most-talked-about islanders on the dating series. Some fans follow her every move as they gossip about her online.
The model shared a plea on YouTube. She told fans to not come to her and Tommy Fury’s home. Most of them have sent their children to take photos of the couple. Molly appeared makeup-free in the two-minute rant as she sat in her walk-in closet.
Molly-Mae Hague calls out die-hard fans
On Wednesday, September 7, the 2019 Love Island UK runner-up took to YouTube to beg her fans not to arrive at her mansion unannounced. A flurry of fans have shown up at Molly and Tommy’s mansion. She begged them to stay away from their home and to stop taking photos of them. It’s gotten so bad that she shared an emotional message.
“This is not me being me, this is not me being horrible,” Love Island UK alum Molly-Mae said. “This is not me wanting a headline that says, ‘Molly-Mae won’t take pictures with fans.’ But I’m just gonna say this once. If you know my address, if you know where I live, if you know where Tommy and I live, please do not come ringing the gate. Please.”
The 23-year-old wore her blonde hair in a top bun. She sat on the floor of her walk-in closet in a white pajama top and matching bottoms. The Love Island UKer wiped a tear from her face as she mentioned the fans who sent their children to take photos without their permission.
“If you’re the parents driving your kids around on their birthdays or when they have a book that they want me to sign and you know the address and you’re driving ’round your kid to come see Tommy and I…” the former Love Island UK star said. “I have a lot to say. I’m not gonna say it, but I’m not sure about that and that’s personally not a lesson I would want to be teaching my child to let them know that’s ok.”
Gets support from Love Island UK fans
Molly got support from her followers. Most of her Love Island UK fans took to the comment section to defend the Instagram influencer. Most of them were upset to hear what fellow fans were doing. Others defended her right to privacy.
“You are not wrong for wanting people to come to your house and ask for photos. It’s such an invasion of privacy!” one user wrote.
“I’d be annoyed too, Molly. You’re not in the wrong here,” another added.
This comes after Molly invited fans into her home. She gave them a full tour of their mansion. What are your thoughts on parents sending their kids to take pictures of celebrities? Sound off below in the comment section.
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