Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury appeared together after podcast backlash

The pair hung out together on Sunday (Image: Stephen Crawshaw/Backgrid)

Molly-Mae Hague and her boyfriend Tommy Fury spotted together for the first time since her ‘privilege’ remarks about success and time management caused a backlash among her fans.

22 years old Pretty Little Thing Creative Director, medium person signed another seven-figure contract with Beauty Works, making her a millionaire, was branded ‘tone deaf’ after hitting back at past criticism in a podcast interview and claiming that ‘we all have 24 hours in a day’ same’.

Fans urged her to consider issues like social inequality and poverty as she voiced her views that ‘if you want something enough, you can get it’.

Warm end to a walk in Manchester on Sunday, former Love Island both stars are bundled up in thick coats.

Molly wore a cream calf-length coat over a light gray tracksuit, white sneakers with elastic waistband and blonde hair pulled up in a high bun.

Boxer Tommy, also 22, conforms to his girlfriend’s usual emotions, wearing a gray and black train suit, black sweatpants and a short black jacket.

Molly is at times lost in thought (Image: Stephen Crawshaw / Backgrid)
The couple walked arm in arm (Image: Stephen Crawshaw / Backgrid)

While Molly was seen walking alone, with her hands in her pockets, she also accompanied Tommy, holding his arm and catching a glimpse of her dramatic acrylic nails.

Appearing on Dragon’s Den, stars Steven Bartlett’s Diary of a podcast executive, the original star said: ‘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 it, you don’t have to grow up poor. , you haven’t grown up with big money squabbles, so for you to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day, that’s not accurate.”

‘And I like, but technically what I’m saying is true. We do. So I understand that we all come from different backgrounds and we’re all raised in different ways and we have different financial situations, but I think if you want all kinds of things, you can achieve it. ‘

Molly-Mae’s comments on the Diary of an Executive podcast podcast have dropped dramatically (Image: YouTube / Diary of an Executive)

The TV star said ‘it depends on how long you want to go to get where you want to be in the future,’ as she will ‘go to any length’ and has ‘tried her best to get where I want. now.’

Her comment leaving a sour taste in many people’s mouths who called her ‘ignorant’ to those who grew up in poverty.

Molly-Mae’s The Wikipedia page was also vandalized, with her name changed to ‘Molly-Mae Thatcher.’

The star is protected by friends, including fellow Love Islander Maura Higgins (Image: Getty/Maja Smiejkowska)

Former mistress Maura Higgins and Shaughna Phillips wade in to protect her, as well as her father, as well as host Stephen Bartlett, who said she was ‘crucified’ for her comments.

Her representative Reject criticism shortly after, with a statement clarifying that she was ‘discussing her own experience.’

They added that she ‘acknowledges that everyone is raised in different ways and comes from different backgrounds’, but her comments are ‘concerning time, hard work and determination in her own life’.

Since then, Molly has also Apologize yourself on Instagram, in which she apologized to anyone who was ‘negatively affected’ or ‘misunderstanding’ what she said.

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