Molly-Mae Hague under fire from fans over claims 8k designer giveaway is ‘fixed’

Molly-Mae Hague has been hit with abuse from her fans over claims her 8k Louis Vuitton giveaway was fixed after she announced the winner today.

The former Love Island star, 21, launched the giveaway to celebrate reaching one million Instagram followers.

The deal – which was funded entirely by Molly-Mae – featured designer clobber such as Louis Vuitton handbags, Apple tech, and goodies from her beauty range.

The reality TV siren took to her Instagram Stories on Monday afternoon to reveal a winner had been chosen from just 25 names after her giveaway post boasted over three million comments and 1.1 million likes.

Molly insisted selection process was the fairest way’ to choose a winner, but her furious fans have accused the YouTube star of "fixing" her competition.

One furious fan fumed: “I can’t believe she’s done this. Literally over 3 million people entered and she chooses 25 names? Like, just no!."

"Molly-Mae, could you have made it anymore obvious that you fixed the entire competition? Unfollowing," another wrote.

"Fair? How is that the fairest way to pick a winner from millions of people? Maybe try scrolling through the comments?” a third angry fan said.

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While a fourth added: “If there was ever an excuse to unfollow this girl, it’s this!."

While some Molly-Mae fans took to social media to back up her selection process.

"What else could she have done? She said there was no software! Leave her alone!" tweeted one fan.

Molly Mae later took to social media to defend the selection process.

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She said: "For people saying that 25 names in a generator isn't fair. We literally spent all week brainstorming the best way to pick.

"There was no software or app that would allow me to put in two million (I repeat two million) Instagram comments without logging in with my Insta password, which I would never do.

"Let's just all be happy for the winner please. It's only a light-hearted giveaway."

Last week the star quit Twitter after she received nasty abuse from users, responding to her £8,000 giveaway.

As she announced the giveaway on social media, a number of cruel trolls started slamming the project, mocking the former reality star.

In response to the backlash, Molly-Mae wrote: "£10 to any boy that's not tweeted ‘£10 to any girl that's not entered Molly-Mae's giveaway'….. terms and conditions apply x."

She then took to Instagram to open up about the trolling, making it clear her feelings had been hurt by the unnecessary backlash.

Molly Mae's representatives were contacted by Daily Star Online but declined to comment.

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