Molly-Mae's Wikipedia page in The Hague was rewritten as anger grew over comments she made…
MOLLY-MAE Hague’s Wikipedia page has been edited to compare her to Margaret Thatcher after her “deaf” comments on poverty.
The Love Island star’s name has been changed to “Molly-Mae Thatcher” and claimed that she is “better known for working harder than anyone less successful than her.”
Molly’s review continued in the ‘personal life’ section, and it was edited to read: “Thatcher is in a relationship with professional meat chef Tommy Fury, whom she met on Love Island.”
“In October 2021 Thatcher and Fury were robbed and had £ 800,000 in property stolen, she had to work really hard for it.”
In a final blow, he added: “In December 2021, Thatcher announced his support for the British National Party.”
Molly has been called “deaf in tone” by some after comments on The Diary Of A CEO podcast last month in which she slammed past reviews.
She said, “You are given life and it is up to you to decide what to do with it. You can literally go in any direction.
“When I’ve talked about it in the past I’ve been criticized a bit, with people saying ‘it’s easy for you to say that because you didn’t grow up in poverty, so for you to to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day is not correct. ‘
“But technically what I’m saying is correct. We are doing it.”
Molly added, “So I understand that we all have different backgrounds and have all been raised in different ways and have different financial backgrounds, but I think if you want something enough you can achieve it.
“It depends how far you want to go to get to where you want to be in the future. And I’ll take it all the way.”
Molly’s Love Island star Shaughna Phillips joined the debate, saying, “If there’s one thing about me, you’ll never see me brag about what I have, or be flashy. , or view my income.
“I am VERY aware that I have had absolute contact in life, and it is not due to hard work. What I am doing now is not hard work and it will never be wasted on me.”
Shaughna was challenged for her remarks by Molly-Mae’s friend and former Love Island co-star Maura Higgins.
She tweeted: “You surely know, as a person in this industry, how lonely and scary it can be when the whole internet is slamming you down.
“You are entitled to your opinion yes, but I’m really surprised that you make a comment on this. “
However, she insisted that she meant “no shade” insisting, “She’s young and successful, it’s not her fault that she has these opinions.”