ARABELLA Chi has shed light on Love Island’s cast divide as she told Sun Online Molly-Mae didn’t invite her to her PrettyLittleThing launch – after also snubbing Yewande and Anna.
Yewande Biala revealed their feud last week and when asked her thoughts on the spat, Wes Nelson’s girlfriend remarked: “I didn’t get invited either.”
Arabella Chi has revealed Molly-Mae didn’t invite her to her PrettyLittleThing launch[/caption]
Asked would she have accepted an invite, the 28-year-old beauty added: “Yeah definitely … I would have liked to have been there.”
But Arabella bears no grudge towards Tommy Fury’s girlfriend and believes Molly, 20, was put in a tight spot.
She mused: “It is one of those things. People invite who they want to. It is not like you can invite the whole cast. So I get it.
“I am not put out that she didn’t ask me. It’s not like I talk to her on a daily basis. We are not really close.”
Molly-Mae has been accused of sparking a Love Island cast divide by leaving former villa mates off her PrettyLittleThing guest list[/caption]
Earlier this month, Yewande Biala and Anna Vakili took to Instagram to reveal they didn’t get invites to Molly-Mae’s exclusive launch.
The move shocked fans since Molly-Mae appeared to invite Anna’s sister Mandi.
The blonde beauty faced fierce backlash at the time, but Molly revealed to Sun Online on Tuesday that she was shocked Yewande had been so upset by the situation.
Molly-Mae explained: “At the end of the day, I invited people to the party that I was really close with in the villa, it was nothing against Yewande – I think she is a great girl.
Professional model Arabella had been invited to Ovie Soko Asos launch[/caption]
When asked whether she had reached out to apologise to Yewande for the misunderstanding, Molly told us: “She wasn’t in the villa long, we didn’t spend much time together, we didn’t speak since coming out of the villa… I didn’t feel like I needed to.”
Meanwhile, Arabella was caught up in her own feud with Yewande when Danny Williams decided to end things with the Irish scientist and graft her instead.
She revealed the women have now made up and are on good terms after an awkward introduction on the show.
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She commented: “She had an opinion which isn’t a bad thing.
“I saw her two nights ago and it was really nice. I think everyone thought it was a big thing but it was between Danny and Her. She said to me, ‘I respect you, you had to go in there and do that’.”