Molly-Mae Hague ’s most recent social media offering has been targeted by trolls.
The former Love Island star, 21, has been accused of editing her ‘double chin’ out of her latest Instagram snap.
Bombshell Molly-Mae looked sensational in the sizzling snap which showcased her cascading blonde ponytail and her enviable figure.
The reality TV siren oozed confidence in the chic-casual ensemble which did wonders to accentuate her perky derrière and fashion sense.
Despite the fact that the YouTube star was showered with countless compliments and endless praise, eagle-eyed trolls found fault in Molly’s editing skills.
A number of unimpressed followers claimed that the stunner had made a major Photoshop fail by attempting to edit out her ‘double chin’.
Drawing attention to their claims, the keyboard warriors pointed out that the pillar which could be seen behind the bombshell looked ‘bent’ and ‘crooked’ underneath Molly’s jawline.
Flocking to the comments, they called out the ‘fake’ reality star.
“You can clearly see she’s edited out her double chin. Look at the pole underneath her chin, it’s bent,” claimed one user.
“Why are you all idolizing this fake girl? She’s edited this so much. You can tell by the background!” another fumed.
“Yeah she’s so obviously edited her chin here. But so, what? She still looks amazing guys stop hating!” shared a third.
And someone else added: “Molly-Mae always edits her photos. Why is this a surprise to anyone?”.
The latest drama comes after Molly-Mae was bombarded with abusive messages and endless claims that her 8k Louis Vuitton giveaway was fixed after she announced the winner on Monday.
She offered her 4.8 million Instagram followers the opportunity to nab six different styles of Louis Vuitton bags, as well as an array of expense and sought-after Apple products.
After weeks of anticipation, eager fans were left baffled and disheartened when the reality TV siren took to her Instagram Stories on Monday afternoon to reveal that she and her management had agreed to choose the winner from just 25 names which entered.
Although her giveaway post boasted over three million comments and 1.1 million likes, only 25 names were added to a spreadsheet alongside a number between one and 25 before being selected at random.
Molly-Mae described the selection process as ‘the fairest way’ to choose a winner, but unfortunately, her furious following had other thoughts on the matter.
They claimed that the star had ‘fixed’ the competition by only choosing 25 names.
Molly responded by reassuring her fans that there will be another giveaway ‘sooner rather than later’.