Love Island Molly-Mae Hague’s sister issues warning to family of new islanders

Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague's protective big sister has urged friends and family of the new hopefuls to 'deactivate Twitter' in a heartfelt social media post.

Her warning lands as the new contestants and their loved ones gear up for Sunday's launch show on ITV2.

Zoe previously took on the role of running Molly-Mae's social media platforms while she entered the villa and was familiarised with the effects of trolling during her stint.

The British Army military medical corporate relayed in the warm post, that her experience of supporting her sister last summer, was 'extremely hard', especially when being kept away from her sibling.

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Molly-Mae's sister also kindly offered to help new relatives, advising that she was on hand to provide support if needed.

Taking to her official account she wrote: "Advice to family, friends, and people running the accounts for the new Islanders this year.

"Nothing you do will make a difference to the things you will read.

"All I can say is every time you go to search your loved ones names on twitter, join a love island 'banter' group on Facebook or search for articles about them, please think twice as it is possible the worst thing to do.

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"You know the person better than anyone, people will have opinions, say vile things, the show will edit parts to make them come across in a certain way.

She continued: "It'll be extremely hard having no contact, however what seems like the end of the world will be forgotten as soon as they step out of the villa.

Taking on a kind stance to and offering one week till the show starts, anyone running an account of an Islander this year who is struggling, please feel free to message me."

Molly-Mae was a late comer to last year's hit ITV2 show and haters were quick to take to their keyboards after Molly fluttered between Tommy Fury and Anton Danyluk.

Keyboard warriors surfaced to suggest that Molly-Mae was only in it for the money and that he later developed relationship with Tommy Fury was 'fake'.

However Molly-Mae, continues to prove all of her critics wrong as she continues to date her Love Island beau Tommy, with the couple going from strength-to-strength.

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