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Molly-Mae posts concerning video saying she’s ‘dreading’ tomorrow but hopes to ‘raise awareness’ on something important


MOLLY-MAE has posted a concerning video saying she's dreading tomorrow, but hopes to raise awareness on something important.

The former Love Islander posted a series of videos on her Instagram story this evening, when she spoke about her plans for the beginning of the week.

The 21-year-old sat in a white jumper as she updated her fans on an important day tomorrow, for which she seems to be feeling quite nervous.

Molly was all natural and had her hair tied back as she revealed: "I've got a really eventful day tomorrow which I'm absolutely dreading, seriously dreading.

"I'm going to talk about it on my story potentially tomorrow, maybe the day after, just because I think it's a really important event to share with you guys and raise a bit of awareness too."

The influencer is so nervous, that she thinks she may even struggle to sleep tonight.

"But it safe to safe to say I won't be sleeping tonight because I am bricking it, but it's fine, we have to go through these things sometimes."

Earlier this week, Molly Mae was yet again on the receiving end of trolling after being accused of "editing her chin" in her latest Instagram snap.

In the pic, Molly is standing sideways on in a designer Balenciaga T-shirt and baggy blue jeans.

Her platinum locks are tied back in a ponytail and she held a Louis Vuitton bag.

While another posted: "You can clearly see she’s edited out her double chin. Look at the pole underneath her chin, it’s bent."

She was also accused of fixing the winner of her £8,000 Louis Vuitton giveaway.

The people were then added to a spreadsheet alongside a number between one and 25 before being selected at random.

But after the lucky winner was announced, fans complained about the selection process being "unfair".

One said: "25 names in a generator? Lol Molly-Mae is taking the p***. I might even unfollow her. How is that fair?"

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