Molly-Mae Hague shares she is going through hardest period of her life as she deletes Twitter

The Love Island alumni shared her personal journey in a candid You Tube video – and she said boyfriend Tommy Fury felt the same way

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Love Islander turned Influencer Molly-Mae Hague has shared she is going through the hardest period of her life – and has deleted Twitter.

The 22-year-old explained the social network ‘ the most toxic and horrendous platform ‘ as she confessed to deleting the app.

Despite being paid thousands for socail media posts she explained to her fans on You Tube” “I’m kind of trying to stay off social media right now. I’ve actually deleted Twitter – well I’ve deleted the app – and I’ve never, ever felt better for it.

“Ever since entering this new life that I’ve got now and in the past couple of years, and everything that’s changed, I just think Twitter is the most toxic and horrendous platform, like, ever.

“I think maybe in a few days I might just delete my whole account which is so sad because I do love it. But it just doesn’t do anything for me.’

Molly-Mae Hague has been sharing snaps from a European holiday



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“It doesn’t do anything for Tommy. It’s just not a good platform, especially at the moment. Right now, I’ve been going through the hardest period of my entire life.

“I’ve been dealing with emotions that I’ve never experienced before. I’ve been having a massive battle with anxiety recently which I did mention in my Let’s Talk video.”

Molly has previously spoken about how a terrifying robbery at her Manchester home left her feeling vulnerable.

She said: “It was without a doubt the worst thing that’s ever happened to me, to us, I’d probably say.”

Molly continued: “It was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we have been dealing with a lot.

Molly-Mae and boyfriend Tommy Fury had £800,000 of possessions stolen from their home in October



Molly said she would never share her home on social media again

“Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied. You name it.”

She added: “I never thought if I was to be robber that I would feel guilty for being robbed.

“But I think seeing a lot of things on social media and seeing a lot of people’s opinions about why we were robbed, I started to feel like, god, was this my fault?

“Do I share too much? Did I do the wrong thing?”

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