Mother-of-four Ulrika Jonsson called Molly-Mae Hague for saying she’s ‘doing her thing’ because she thinks the Pretty Little Thing mogul gets paid for ‘just being’
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Ulrika Jonsson doesn’t seem to be a huge fan of Molly-Mae Hague.
The former Love Islander actress, 22, angered fans by announcing she was the creative director of the £1million fashion company because she had ‘annoyed her’.
Molly has been criticized by her followers for her ‘tone deafening’ comments and now former Gladiators face Ulrika, 54, has had to weigh in on the action.
She accused the influencer of “accidental fame”, citing Love Island as the main reason she became a star.
Referring to a YouTube video in which Molly complains that finding places for her Pretty Little Thing gigs is “a lot of work”, Ulrika suggests that “it’s disturbingly emotional offenses on many levels.
“There are a lot of incredibly hard-working young people out there. Usually, these dedicated young people have fought hard against the tide of deprivation,” she wrote in her column. Sun.
“For many others – like Molly-Mae, who just happened to become famous as a vlogger and then became even more famous by appearing on Love Island thanks to her pretty face and love of fashion. – basically worked hard “Nothing”.
“These people get paid just for being there, and it’s this that annoys me.”
The Celebs Go Dating star continued that she’s sick of all the positive assertions about believing in dreams and presenting them as outright “lies”.
Ulrika also admits that she’s worried about the next generation, who look to the likes of Molly and Kim Kardashian and thinks all they have to do is “take it easy and pose” to come out on top.
Molly is currently sunning herself in Mexico creating a beach storm as she spruces up her Pretty Little Thing shoot with a new photo session.
Before jumping on the plane, Molly admitted to her fans that she was nervous about sharing content from her trip abroad amid the current crisis in Ukraine, where Russian troops have invaded the country.
However, perhaps in light of the comments about her poverty, the influencer decided to let her fans decide whether to post pictures of her living her best life. yourself under the Mexican sun or not.
After some deliberation, many fans of the influencer decided that these moments would be a welcome distraction – and so Molly published it successfully.
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