Molly-Mae-Hague and Tommy Fury have found themselves in hot water once again after not wearing face masks properly.
The couple – who met on Love Island last year – have been giving fans a glimpse into their luxury getaways over the last few weeks.
They were previously slammed for not donning face coverings during a trip to Dubai in a previous vlog, despite masks being mandatory throughout the area amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In her latest YouTube upload, the 21-year-old shared moments from their visit to the Maldives, and their stay in a water villa.
The clip kicked off with footage of the Instagram influencer and boxer, 21, landing in a sea plane – with the pair wearing masks around their chins, instead of properly covering their faces.
Current restrictions for travelling to and around the Maldives states that ‘use of masks is mandatory while travelling by air and sea.’
Midway through the vlog, Molly-Mae also addressed the backlash she had received on social media after complaining about not being unable to see her family due to restrictions.
‘I just had to hop on here and address the fact that last night wasn’t a very good night for me,’ she said. ‘I put out something on my social media just addressing the whole tier four situation and how I found out that I won’t be able to spend Christmas with my family and stuff, and it kind of backfired on me.
‘I since then addressed the fact that Tommy and I only came on this holiday when it was allowed in the rules, and where we actually live in Manchester, it is still allowed, we’re not breaking any rules right now.
‘I think people have completely misread the situation and think that Tommy and I are breaking rules. Last night was one of those nights where I just wanted my old life back more than anything in the world and it’s so sad. I hate, hate, hate when I’m made to feel that way.
I was in a restaurant, looking around me thinking, all of these people in this room do not have to worry about the things that Tommy and I have to worry about. I get that we’ve kind of chosen to be in the public eye, we knew what we were doing going on Love Island.
‘I feel like as soon as I open my mouth, I’m asking for backlash, whether it’s anything I say…’
However, fans were left unimpressed by the clip, and flocked to the comments to brand the pair ‘selfish’.
‘How am I not allowed out of my town but others are allowed to fly to Dubai, Maldives etc,’ one questioned.
Another said: ‘Literally stop going on holiday thousands of people are dying so so selfish.’
‘Swear she has broken the rules though? I mean she’s shown herself not wearing a mask (or wearing one incorrectly) that’s she’s shown herself wearing one,’ a viewer asked.
‘I think when you’re taking advantage of your privilege e.g. flying out on numerous holidays, you owe it to those less privileged around you to protect them.
‘They don’t have any choice but to be there working and realistically getting Covid would have a much worse impact on them than Molly or Tommy [sic].’
‘I don’t think it’s so much about breaking the rules because technically your correct in that you weren’t breaking any rules when you left for holiday,’ a follower penned.
‘However, anyone going on holiday at the moment in my opinion should think twice about the risk for themselves but also others back in England. It’s not so much a problem when you get to the destination, it’s more the travelling on the plane and in the airport.
‘I personally just don’t think travelling on holiday is a priority right now.’
Others took the opportunity to hit out at ‘jealous’ critics, insisting that Molly-Mae didn’t deserve the ‘hate’.
‘Molly mae is literally one of the most genuine people ever,’ a YouTube user replied.
‘People are jealous of Molly-Mae!! That’s why she gets so much hate, definitely doesn’t deserve it, one of the sweetest girls,’ a fan insisted.
As one enthused: ‘Loved this vlog so so much!! You’re truly living the dream and you look unreal!!
‘Hope you had the best time ever xxx.’
Credit: Original article published here.