MOLLY-MAE Hague revealed she was terrified of having a “normal job and income” like her police officer parents when she was a teenager.
Speaking to Dragons’ Den CEO Steven Bartlett’s Diary TV channel, she explained: “Watching my parents lead a normal life makes me a little scared. I’m a little bit terrified when I think about it. I don’t want to grow up in this house and when I’m old I’m in a rocking chair and telling my big kids that I’ve had a really normal life, a normal job and an income normal. I think I started feeling that way around 15 years old.”
In an attempt to escape the life she grew up living, Molly-Mae attended fashion retail academy in London for two years with the aim of becoming a fashion buyer for a large business.
But with her growing social media following, she suddenly decided to move to Manchester at the age of 18 after noticing the explosion of fast fashion brands in the city.
The reality TV star was criticized for comments she made about her success on the podcast after insisting “we all have the same 24 hours in the day”.
Almost three years since appearing on Love Island, Molly has seen her career as an influencer take to new heights, launching her own fake-tan brand and also becoming a became the creative director of PrettyLittleThing.
The businesswoman is said to be worth around £2 million, with the PLT deal netting her seven figures.
Some have labeled her “tone-deaf” after comments criticizing her past.
“You are given a life and what you do with it,” she says, “You can literally go in any direction.
“When I’ve talked about that in the past, I’ve been stressed a little bit, with people saying ‘it’s easy for you to say that because you didn’t grow up poor, so let you sit there and say We all have the same 24 hours in a day that’s not right.’
“But, technically, what I’m saying is right. We do,” the TV personality continued.
“So I understand that we all come from different backgrounds and we were all raised in different ways and we have different financial situations, but I think if you want all kinds of things, , you can achieve it.
“It just depends on how long you want to go to get where you want to be in the future. And I will go to any length.
“I did my best to get where I am,” she concluded.
Many took to social media to express their displeasure with her cropped sentimental stuff, pointing out that she was on one of the Kingdom’s biggest reality shows. He and there are endorsement deals waiting for her.
One person tweeted: “She’s really just been on a TV dating show and getting brand deals, I’m not sure she’s ‘comfortably working here’.”
“It’s funny how people flirt with her so much that she feels comfortable being able to say this,” another commented. “She’s always lived well, and to her the tone is deafening.”
https://www.thesun.ie/tv/8181906/molly-mae-hague-terrified-normal-job-parents-backlash/ Molly-Mae Hague said I am very afraid of having a normal job and ordinary income like my parents.