Molly-Mae Hauge has recalled the moment her and boyfriend Tommy Fury were ‘kicked out’ of a seafront club in Dubai. The PrettyLittleThing creative director, 23, told fans that a staff member had been “really shouting in my face” at one point, following a misunderstanding about her filming at the exclusive beach venue.
The pair had been enjoying a lavish holiday in the United Arab Emirates and vlogged the trip on the influencer’s Youtube channel to share with fans. She showed the moment the pair were ‘ushered out’ of the venue, which had been caught on camera.
Molly-Mae claimed that the couple had planned to leave to visit a waterpark, but that security guards were not impressed after spotting her filming on camera, despite her first being allowed into the venue with her camera. “We have now left Cove…” Molly-Mae begins in the clip, before Tommy is then seen warning her not to leave a bad review before their refund is processed.
She continues: “I’m not giving it a bad review, that’s not me – I don’t throw shade. We basically just got kicked out at the end.
“Basically we were leaving because we want to go to Aqua Fun waterpark – because obviously we’d leave a cool vibey beach club to go to an aqua park, because that just sums us up…”
The star goes on to explain as while Tommy was trying to pay the bill as they were leaving, security guards spotted her vlogging camera in her hand. Molly-Mae – who had not been vlogging during the couples stay on the sun loungers – went on to recall the staff asking how she had been allowed into the venue with the camera and shouting at her to leave.
“And then he tried to escort me out,” the former reality TV star continues. “Because Tommy was somewhere else trying to pay the bill, I was just stood there like ‘what is going on?’
“He was really shouting in my face and then he fully tried to escort me out of the beach club because I had the vlogging camera!”
Molly-Mae went on to explain how no-one at the venue had checked her bag prior to entering the club, and she was unaware of any policy that prevented her from taking a camera in with her. She added at due to the situation – where she was shouted at – and the fact she and Tommy had left their loungers early to head elsewhere, they did get issued with a full refund.
“No-one checked my bag when we walked in'” she continued. “Nobody said I wasn’t allowed a camera. It was so weird.”
Luckily for the couple their day improved, and the pair went on to enjoy their time at the waterpark – with the vlogging sensation free to capture some cute moments on camera, drama-free. Back on British soil, Molly-Mae has been celebrating becoming a Sunday Times bestselling author this week – thanks to the success of her memoir, Becoming Molly-Mae.