Love Island's Molly-Mae, who was catapulted to fame following her appearance on the ITV dating show, opened up about the cruel trolling she suffered once the programme had wrapped.
She admitted the constant barrage of negative comments from nasty keyboard warriors left her wanting to "give up".
The social media influencer admitted she was prepared for the backlash, but admitted she "can't do anything right".
"The trolling and hate has been intense, even over the last few days. I thought I prepared myself mentally but you can't," she told the MailOnline.
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"I have experienced things over the past few months that have been extremely hard.
"I have the most Instagram followers so I have the most hate and people slandering me, you can't win really."
With Winter Love Island set to kick off in January, Molly-Mae offered advice to the next batch of singletons looking for romance.
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"I could say 'be yourself' but my biggest advice is to really think about it. You need to understand what you're about to get yourself in for," she added.
Her comments come days after she was shamed for her cooking skills online.
The blonde bombshell rustled up a slap-up chicken and vegetables for boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, but was met with criticism for her "dry and under seasoned poultry".
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Tommy had to jump to her defence after she was faced with a wrath of negative comments.
"It was like 'Molly-Mae cooks Tommy undercooked chicken' – he asked me for chicken and vegetables, so I cooked him chicken and vegetables!
"I find it hard to disconnect sometimes. Everything is judged and scrutinised," she told the publication.
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