Molly-May Hague crucified for her success – no one cares when men brag about money, says Steven Bartlett

Den Dragons mogul Steven Bartlett has said that Molly-May Hague has been “crucified” for her success because she is a woman.

Millionaire Molly-Mae, 22, faced a severe backlash after the CEO’s diary insisted on “the same 24 hours a day for all of us”.

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Molly-May Hague was defended by the host of a podcast where she commented[/caption]

Steven Ballett, podcast host and Dragons Den mogul
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Steven gave his opinion on the controversial subject[/caption]

But businessman Steven — whose interview with Molly-May went viral — says no one cared when the men made similar comments on the podcast.

Defending PrettyLittleThing’s creative director, Steven said the “double standard of successful women” is “crazy.”

He also lashed out at the “absolutely outrageous” level of reality star Molly-May at only 22 years old.

Steve wrote on Twitter: “Molly May did an interview on my podcast yesterday, a sound clip from this interview went viral, she was trending #1 on Twitter, every newspaper covered it and lawmakers weigh in.

“I had male guests who said what she said. No one cared. But when Molly says this, is she crucified? Crazy.

“I have become very aware of the double standards that successful women face. If I interview a man, can he brag about the money, take all the credit for his success, and talk about his cars? If I interview a successful woman, will she see her success and see her words?

“Gender issues aside, the standard to which we hold Molly May as a 22-year-old exploring the world is absolutely outrageous.

“She once said she didn’t like Italian food, that she was #1 all day, that she talked about it in all the newspapers and had to publicly apologize. 22.”

Molly rose to fame on ITV2’s Love Island in 2019, when she and her boyfriend Tommy Fury, 22, also finished second.

Nearly three years after appearing on the show, Molly has seen her impressive career reach new heights, launching her own fake tan brand, and becoming the creative director of Pretty Little Thing.

The businessman is believed to be worth around £2 million, with the PLT deal worth seven points.

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Molly has been brutally trolled online, with many accusing her of “deaf comments on The Diary of a CEO Podcast”.

Host Steven then made his debut on the latest series from the BBC’s Dragons Den.

She said, “You are given a life and it is up to you to decide what to do with it. You can literally go in any direction.”

“I’ve been a little criticized when I’ve talked about this in the past, people say ‘It’s easy for you to say that because you didn’t grow up in poverty, so it’s okay for you to sit there and tell us all’ the same 24 hours in a day is not right.

I worked my full a**e to get to where I am now


Molly Mai

“But technically what I am saying is correct. We do it,” the TV personality continued.

“So I understand we all have different backgrounds and we all grew up in different ways and have different financial backgrounds, but I think if you want something substantial, you can achieve it. Huh.

“It just depends on how far you want to go to get to where you want to be in the future. And I’ll go all the way.”

She concluded, “I did my full a**e work to get to where I am now.”

In light of Molly’s comments going online, many people took to social media to express their grievances along with their feelings of corruption, pointing out that she appeared on one of the UK’s biggest reality shows and had sponsorship deals awaited.

Molly-May broke her silence on the controversial comments yesterday.

In an exclusive statement to The Sun, the 22-year-old insisted that her thoughts were taken out of context and the quotes were fabricated.

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Molly with her boyfriend Tommy Fury whom she met on Love Island[/caption]

The influencer backed up the statement, saying, “Molly did a podcast interview in December about herself’s rise to success. If you listen to the entire conversation and interview, Molly was asked how her potential temperament develops and how she believes in herself.

“This part of the interview was about time efficiency related to success. Molly refers to a quote that says “we all have the same number of 24 hours a day as Beyonce”. She was speaking from her own experience And how might it resonate with this specific quote.

“She drew attention to the fact that if you want something that’s good enough that you can work hard to achieve it, then how does she persevere with her job to do more in your life. Molly is someone And doesn’t comment on her life or personal situation, she can only speak from her own experience.

Molly is fully aware that everyone comes from a “different background”


Molly Mai

He goes on to say that Molly is fully aware that everyone comes from “different backgrounds”, but that he was just talking about his journey.

“She recognizes that everyone is brought up in different ways and from different backgrounds, but her comments here refer to the time, hard work and determination she has put into her life.

“If you listen to this interview you can see that the whole conversation was about her own personal situation, how she grew up and this small part of the conversation was about a quote that inspired her.

“Social media users shared a short excerpt of this interview with words like ‘If you are homeless then buy a house’ and ‘If you are poor then poor’, these are not Molly’s words, these are Molly’s thoughts and that is not the meaning or idea behind this conversation.

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Podcast host sheds light on “gender issues”[/caption]

Since appearing on Love Island, she has become the artistic director of Pretty Little Thing.
Molly-May is now the creative director of Pretty Little Thing
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Molly became a household name on Love Island, but was previously a YouTuber[/caption]

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