90 Day Fiancé star Molly Hopkins has a lot of controversy surrounding her right now, and “pimping” out a jewelry brand on Instagram is not helping at all. The 47-year-old from Georgia first starred in 90 Day Fiancé season 5 with her now ex-husband Luis Mendez from the Dominican Republic. She has been in the news for her split with boyfriend Kelly Brown and fallout with her best friend Cynthia Decker. Molly and Kelly supposedly broke up following his alleged physical altercation with her daughter Olivia Hopkins. She has even sued Cynthia over a competing business.
90 Day Fiancé’s Molly Hopkins is also in the news for her revenge body, which could be the result of her ending her relationship with Kelly. The mother of two had been on a weight loss spree after she divorced Luis within six months of marriage. This time around is no different. Molly has been regularly posting about her brand-new body. In certain before and after photos, the LiviRae business owner even looks unrecognizable. Molly claims it’s the brand’s pink drink that helped her transform. In January, Molly revealed she lost 40 pounds since starting her journey. However, fans aren’t really buying Molly’s claims about the supposed MLM brand.
90 Day Fiancé Star Molly Sells ‘Bling Bling’ On Instagram
In a new video on Instagram, Molly showed off a bunch of earrings she received from a brand to promote it on her page. “Ya’ll better copy some,” Molly said in the video about her “fun, fashionably affordable jewelry.” In her caption, Molly wrote that the brand has “something special for EVERYONE” and that they also make “anything custom” from cups to T-shirts, jewelry, and even air fresheners. It looked like Molly was paid to promote the brand, and fans called the Pillow Talk star out for always using her page to sell something.
Molly Hopkins Claps Back At 90 Day Fiancé Fan
In Molly’s comments, a fan wrote,“Always pimping some product.” She replied, “Nope…just a woman supporting another woman in business. That’s it,” Molly tried telling the fan that she loved the products so much that she “bought” it. “We SUPPORT each other,” Molly added. The same fan wrote a sarcastic “sure” in response, with someone else chiming in, “it’s Turning into a mlm page.” Molly was offended, and then asked the fan to “LEAVE.” She continued, “don’t follow me . I honestly DON’T care. I don’t . I would rather lose followers who are negative only here to be negative.” According to Molly, she supports women-owned businesses and only posts products she believes in. “So you can kindly see yourself OUT,” she commented.
Why 90 Day Fiancé Fans Are Tired Of Molly’s Instagram Posts
Molly’s claims about her weight loss miracle product have often been questioned. In a different post showing the before and after of her transformation talking about the supplements again, Molly received a comment that said, “she took Ozempic ot mounjaro like all the other suddenly skim people! No fake MLM company crap is going to cause you to lose weight drastically… everyone that ‘sells’ this looks exact same years later.” She replied, “it took me over a year. Consistency is key. I added supplements, started walking, and haven’t had a piece of pizza in almost a year… be blessed.”
Molly also admitted she got weight loss surgery “in 07” after having a baby. Molly insists she’s selling “no scheme,” and that her weight loss involves “lifestyle changes.” The overload of Instagram posts she shares constantly pushing the product are driving fans over the edge. Molly’s posts alone could be enough for them to lash out at the 90 Day Fiancé star publicly.
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