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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury slammed for importing puppy from RUSSIA amid the coronavirus pandemic

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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have been slammed by fans for importing a puppy from Russia – amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Love Island star received the new pet from Tommy as a 21st birthday gift earlier this week, but had to wait until last night to meet her new pooch.

Taking to her Instagram Story last night, Molly shared a photo of her new puppy’s toys and dog bowls, and wrote: “Has anyone ever received a puppy at night? What are you meant to do? Put them to bed or stay up with them??!”

Molly then told fans: “He was meant to be here on my birthday btw guys but he’s coming from Russia so there were delays etc.”

The 21-year-old has since deleted the post about her puppy being imported from Russia, after fans slammed the reality star on Twitter.

Many criticised the couple’s choice to import a pet amid the coronavirus pandemic, instead of adopting a dog from a rescue in the UK.

Ignoring her critics, Molly-Mae continued to share pictures and videos of her new Pomeranian pooch last night, after it finally arrived at their Manchester apartment.

On this week’s episode of #GossChats, Ali Ryan chats to Love Island winner and rugby star Greg O’Shea about his experience on the reality show, what REALLY happened after his split from Amber Gill, and some of the strange things women have sent him in his DMs…

#GossChats is sponsored by top Irish aesthetic clinic Haus of JeJuve.

 

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On this week’s episode of #GossChats @itsalirose chats to Love Island winner and rugby star @gregoshea about his experience on the reality show, what REALLY happened after the Amber breakup, and some of the strange things women have sent him in his DMs. #GossChats is sponsored by top aesthetic clinic @haus_of_jejuve

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