Molly-Mae Hague has slammed cruel trolls for body shaming her in the comment section underneath a news article.
The Love Island star is currently in Ibiza with her boyfriend Tommy Fury, and photos of her in a bikini were published by the Daily Mail on Thursday.
Sadly, the picture piece attracted some nasty comments about Molly’s appearance, and a Twitter user shared a screenshot of the abuse she was getting in the comment section.
Alongside the screenshot, they wrote: “These comments are so vile. ‘Awful’ and ‘lardy’ is apparently how to describe a normal womans body??”
These comments are so vile. “Awful” and “lardy” is apparently how to describe a normal womans body?? pic.twitter.com/TLQB4nB3M9
— Ells ♡ (@ellakingsleyx) July 15, 2020
After the tweet started circulating on Twitter, Molly-Mae reposted it, and wrote: “I would genuinely love to know who writes these comments?”
“Like how can you actually write s**t like that and sleep at night? Beyond me,” she added.
I would genuinely love to know who writes these comments? Like how can you actually write shit like that and sleep at night? Beyond me https://t.co/8uD45in9LX
— Molly-Mae (@mollymaehague) July 16, 2020
Molly received support from her fellow Love Island stars, including Amber Gill.
Amber replied: “They’re actually f***ing weirdos man like who in their right mind would even go to the comment section to say ANYTHING. you have a lush body and tbh I’d love to see what they look like.”
Maura Higgins also reposted Molly’s tweet, and wrote: “BE F**CKING KIND!!!!! How many times do we have to say this?? ????”
BE F**CKING KIND!!!!! How many times do we have to say this?? ???? https://t.co/kjNtqWGWyb
— Maura Higgins (@MauraHiggins) July 16, 2020
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