Molly-Mae Is Right, Hard Work Does Take You Places No Matter What Background You’re From

I’m writing this in response to Molly-Mae’s (an influencer who no one should take seriously) comments about hard work and how she became successful. She basically spoke about how hard she worked to get where she is and that anyone can do it.

*She was trying to sound inspirational but it didn’t come off right.

She got a massive backlash from people who said “what about if you grow up poor?” and all that. This sort of thing offends me personally because I’m…

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