The star of MULTI millionaire Love Island, fake tan brand Molly-Mae Hague is hiring a social media creator for less than £17,000 a year.
Molly-Mae’s Filter Cosmetics is looking for a social media savvy candidate to run the Instagram account and market the DIY tanning machine.
Influencer Molly-Mae, 22, is more than just creative director at online fashion retailer PrettyLittleThing – she also owns the filter tanning brand.
The star, who faced the following backlash Her appearance on the podcast The Diary of a CEO earlier this month, now looks to be hiring.
Filter is offering social media a starting salary of £16,845 to create content for the do-it-yourself tanner brand and run the brand’s Instagram account.
The company, launched by the winner of the ITV2 dating show in 2019, already has more than 500,000 followers on Instagram but is looking to grow.
Filter’s recruitment ad emphasizes hopefuls having to be “confident when communicating with influencers” as part of their strategy to reach a wider audience.
Applicants must have at least two years of experience in the field and preferably a bachelor’s degree in a related subject.
They list the benefits of the role as having “flexible hours” and being able to “work from home”, with “casual attire” during their days in the Manchester office.
Filter is offering to pay successful content creators between £16,875 and £25,000 depending on their experience in the field.
It comes the next day Molly-Mae was forced to issue an apology for controversial comments about privilege and wealth shared on social networks.
She told the star and host of the Dragons podcast ‘Den Steven Bartlett that “we all have the same 24 hours in the day” while discussing work ethics.
It led listeners to claim that she was “tone deaf” to the daily struggles of her fans, who took to social media to criticize her.
Returning to social media for the first time after being maliciously trolled online, Molly wrote: “When I say or post anything, it is never malice or malice.
“I totally appreciate that things can affect different people in different ways, however I just wanted to stress that it was never my intention to hurt or upset anyone. by whatever I say or do.
“I apologize to those who have been negatively affected or misunderstood the meaning of what I said in the podcast.
“The purpose of the podcast is just to tell my story and inspire from my own experiences. Always love you.”
“You have a life and what you do with it is up to you,” Molly-Mae said on the podcast. You can really go in any direction.
“When I’ve talked about that in the past, I’ve been stressed a little bit, to people, ‘It’s easy for you to say it, you didn’t grow up poor, you didn’t grow up with numbers. big money. struggle, so for you to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day, that’s incorrect.
“And I like, but technically what I’m saying is correct. We do. So I understand that we all come from different backgrounds and we are all raised in different ways and we have different financial situations, but I think if you want everything, you can can achieve it. “
Although the podcast will premiere on December 13, Molly-Mae’s comment first caused controversy after going viral on social media last week – within days. host Steven Bartlett launches Dragons’ Den.
This led many Molly-Mae supporters to question the timing of the coincidence.
He was strong refute any claims about the timing of viral podcasts as intentional – and claims she is nailed to her success because she was a woman.
Nearly three years on from her Love Island era, Molly has seen her career as an influencer take to new heights, launching her own fake-tan brand and also became the creative director of PrettyLittleThing.
But many have called for her to lose her “dream job” at an online clothing brand because of her comments.
Although saying sorry for the inconvenience and any “misunderstandingsg” the interview may have caused, some of her followers feeling it didn’t go far enough.
One woman wrote on Twitter: “I think her apology will make things worse, something is very confusing.”
A second said: “I found that instead of taking the time to think about why people were so angry about what was said, Molly-Mae decided to come down and tell us all we misunderstood.
“This is not an apology. This is ‘I must resolve this issue before the normal operation of my wealth returns’.”
‘TALKING ABOUT MY OWN EXPERIENCE’
The Sun exclusively revealed that PrettyLittleThing has backed the reality TV star to keep her job, said that her thoughts were taken out of context and that the quotes were fabricated.
The statement said: “Molly did a podcast interview in December about her own rise to success. If you listen to the entire conversation and interview, Molly will be asked how her potential nature develops and how much she believes in herself.
“This part of the interview is about discussing time efficiency in relation to success. Molly mentions a quote that says “We all have 24 hours in the day just like Beyonce”. She is discussing her own experience and how she can resonate with this particular quote.
“Her opinion that if you want enough of something you can work hard to get it is her way of staying committed to her work to achieve more in her life. self. Molly does not comment on anyone else’s personal life or circumstances, she can only talk about her own experiences. ”
It goes on to say that Molly is fully aware that everyone comes from “different backgrounds,” but is simply discussing her own journey.
“She admits that everyone is raised in different ways and from different backgrounds but her comments here are about time, hard work and determination in her own life. that.
“If you listen to this interview, you can see that the whole conversation is about her own personal situation, how she has grown up, and the little clip in this conversation is about one sentence. Inspire her.
“Social media users shared a short clip from this interview with words like ‘if you’re homeless, buy a house’ and ‘if you’re poor, be poor’, which is completely these are not Molly’s words, this are not Molly’s thoughts and this is not ‘there was no meaning or thought behind that conversation. “
Businesswoman Molly is is said to be worth around £2 million, with a seven-figure PLT deal.
https://www.thesun.ie/tvandshowbiz/8198344/molly-mae-hague-millionaire-content-creator-job/ YOU can work for multi-millionaire Molly-Mae Hague for a salary of £17,000 a year as her content creator