Molly-Mae Hague has once again been at the receiving end of social media backlash (Picture: Mattpapz / BACKGRID)
Posing for the camera in a fluffy beige jacket and casual white top and bottoms, PrettyLittleThing ambassador Molly captioned the post: ‘Daily walk to grab an overpriced iced coffee 👶🏼 outfit @prettylittlething ad.’
The post sparked backlash from fans who pointed out she can easily afford an expensive drink, given her reported net worth of £6m alone – and £9m with boxer Tommy.
@reubenrc973 wrote: ‘No one’s forcing you to buy the iced coffee…,’ while @louamy82 pointed out that the coffee ‘is not overpriced’ to the star.
@zakriya_azam fumed: ‘Says someone who has money, we can’t put basic needs on the table, why not help someone instead of complaining.’
@margaretleary60 added: ‘You can well afford it, unlike the poor sops who are serving you!! Get a grip!!’
Others, however, pointed out that you can still be a millionaire and spot an overpriced product.
@helenflowers wrote: ‘It feels really sad reading some of these comments, social media isn’t a platform for nastiness. Why do it? Do you feel better about yourself if you put someone else down?? She is having a bit of fun with a comment whilst doing her job (advertising for PLT).
‘I struggle to see why people follow others that they just want to slate. For your own mental health and for Molly’s, don’t follow her and just find something positive to do with your time to make a positive difference to someone else and yourself. We have one chance to live on Earth, do something good with this chance, don’t try and make someone else’s time bad.’
@charlottestafford91 agreed, writing: ‘Someone can be a multimillionaire and still know an overprice when they see it. She didn’t grow up a millionaire.’
It comes after Molly-Mae was criticised over the colour scheme of her daughter’s birthday party (Picture: Instagram/Molly-Mae Hague)
It comes as Molly was slated over the birthday party she threw for Bambi, who turned one earlier this month.
Molly was criticised for, of all things, the colour scheme of the one-year-old’s party, as she opted for all-white outfits, clear balloons, and grey decorations.
The model is known for her love of neutral colours, but critics leapt to slam the young mum for not adding a splash of colour to her daughter’s party.
Plenty came to Molly’s defence however, as many pointed out that a child’s first birthday party is more for the parents to celebrate as the little one is too young to understand what’s going on.
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