Police officer Molly-Mae’s father maliciously trolled after defending her and Elle Darby for ‘naive’ comment

The father of police officer MOLLY-Mae Hague was brutally trolled on Twitter.

Backlash against Stephen Hague ensued he protects influencers and social media stars when his daughter and Elle Darby were also targeted by trolls.

Molly-Mae Hague's father has spoken out in support of her - but has faced backlash


Molly-Mae Hague’s father has spoken out in support of her – but has faced backlashCredit: Instagram
The star caused a backlash with her comments about work


The star caused a backlash with her comments about workCredit: 3

He angrily points out that individuals have been “pushed to death” in the past after being attacked repeatedly online.

Molly, 22, sparked a backlash with her comments about poverty after highlighting “we all have the same 24 hours in the day” on a recent podcast.

Massive influencer Elle has come under criticism after a series of her racist and fearsome previous tweets surfaced.

Despite their very different problems, both were sexually abused, which worried Molly’s father Stephen.

In a lengthy post, he talks about Elle before moving on to discuss his daughter, who said in the same podcast that she’s “terrified” about having a “normal” life like her parents. .

“Certainly media stars, influencers and public figures have to be tough,” he wrote. Especially the little ones who are still learning the emotional roller coaster of life.

“It breaks my heart to see people really pushed to their deaths by cruel comments made by people who don’t personally know and often hide behind keyboards on fake accounts, canceling someone for something. 5,6,7 or 10 years ago, when a child. is profoundly naive and shows a lack of true emotional intelligence. “

Turning to the abuse his daughter had received, he continued: “Then attacking people for a sentence given as part of an interview was taken out of context – I wouldn’t mind but the Netflix CEO appeared on a podcast called ‘the same 24 hours’ on which many respected business leaders appeared – not hacked or canceled.

“I think the context of Molly’s words better fits the title of that podcast.” We all have the same 24 hours a day. But it’s how we USE those 24 hours that make the difference in our health, happiness, and success”—but what do I know.

But some Twitter users were furious with his comment, with one saying: “So Molly’s dad is now defending Elle Darbys’ horrible comments? I’m sorry but how she still has 6.2 million followers after this controversy ???? #MollyMae #Molly . [sic]”

While this person vented: “Molly mae’s dad naively called elle darby’s comments silly. [sic]”

Another said: “Molly Mae’s dad really came to protect Ellie Darby and considers her rife with racism as nave as disgusting.”


Molly – who is believed to be worth £2m – released a statement after she labeled some people “deaf-toned” following comments about Diary of a CEO podcast last month.

Declare, released by her team, stressing that she’s fully aware that people come from different backgrounds and that she’s just talking about her own experience.

Elle has also issued two regrettable apologies and will be suspending online activities.

Elle has been criticized for a series of racist tweets


Elle has been criticized for a series of racist tweetsCredit: YouTube

You’re not alone

Every 90 minutes in the UK, a life is lost to suicide.

It’s non-discriminatory, touching the lives of people in every corner of society – from the homeless and unemployed to builders and doctors, reality stars and footballers. football.

It is the leading killer of people under the age of 35, killing more people than cancer and car accidents.

And men are three times more likely to take their own life than women.

It is rarely talked about, however, a taboo that threatens to continue its deadly rampage unless we all stop and take notice now.

That’s why The Sun launched the You’re Not Alone campaign.

The goal is that by sharing practical advice, raising awareness, and breaking down barriers people face when it comes to their mental health, we can all do our best to help. save.

Let’s all pray for help when we need it and listen to others… You’re not alone.

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