Molly-Mae Hague Responds To Backlash Over Her Travels To Dubai And The Maldives

As millions of Britons face Tier 4 lockdown, the Love Islander is getting slammed for travelling abroad.

 

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Fans are venting their anger at Molly-Mae Hague for travelling abroad in the midst of a global pandemic.

The 2019 Love Island star was inundated with messages and tweets after the UK announced Tier 4 lockdown -heartbreakingly keeping people away from their families and loved ones at Christmas.

Molly-Mae, who has been away since the beginning of December, shared the devastating news to her Instagram, explaining that she’s feeling very sad that her grandmother has to spend Christmas alone.

But not long after sharing that statement, Molly-Mae had to post another in reaction to the heat she was receiving online.

Explaining that when she flew from Cheshire, the country was in Tier 2 lockdown, Molly-Mae noted that the pair didn’t “break any rules”, despite guidelines that when and where possible avoid travelling.

Continuing, Molly-Mae noted that she couldn’t “wrap my head around” the criticism she was receiving, which was also directed at her Love Island friends who were all seen clubbing in Dubai in the past couple of weeks.

With fans adding that it is “insensitive” of Molly-Mae and co to travel so close to Christmas when others have been and are still suffering alone in the hopes of having a somewhat normal Christmas, Molly-Mae added that she will be following guidelines on return to the UK.

Continuing, Molly-Mae threw backlash over new advice published in The Daily Mail, with WHO and Government officials advising families to exercise extreme precaution over Christmas and wear facemasks indoor when possible, including at Christmas dinner with relatives, Molly-Mae cracked a joke saying is she meant to lift her mask for “every time I want to put a potato in my mouth”, adding “smh”.

Molly-Mae and boyfriend Tommy Fury are currently still in the Maldives.

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