Molly-Mae Hague appears to hit back at PrettyLittleThing’s 9/11 tribute backlash with subtle post on Insta Story
MOLLY-MAE Hague appeared to hit back at the backlash PrettyLittleThing’s controversial 9/11 photograph obtained at the weekend with a subtle post on her Instagram Story.
The 22-year-old star has not but addressed the furore, which got here when the style firm posted a “branded” tribute to the victims of the terrorist assault on its twentieth anniversary.
But taking to her Instagram Story in the present day, Molly appeared to be dismissive of the criticism as she bolstered a optimistic message whereas re-decorating her workplace space.
The influencer posted a video as she took down prints from her gallery wall and changed them with model new paintings, together with one which aptly learn: “Good vibes only”.
The well timed message appeared to tackle why she chooses not to reply to unfavourable feedback from critics, as an alternative focusing on the optimistic.
Molly was just lately appointed inventive director of vogue home PrettyLittleThing, which was accused of “slapping its brand on a tragedy” on Saturday.
The Love Island star and PLT sparked outrage after sharing a picture of the Twin Towers to their social media accounts with the phrases “never forget” in pink and “09.11.01” in white.
The transfer was branded “absolutely shocking” and “distasteful” by horrified followers, whereas one fan requested: “Did you guys even focus on this?
“It’s pretty easy to understand why you should have left 9/11 well alone. Zero relevance to your brand.”
Molly ignored the fallout by unplugging from social media and going tenting within the Lake District with boyfriend Tommy Fury and her sister Zoe as an alternative.
Upon her return, she’s nonetheless chosen not to reply to the critics, and was seen shielding her face when noticed out and about in Manchester yesterday.
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