Molly-Mae Hague Is Emotional After Fan Sees 'Her Dog's Spirit'
Molly-Mae Hague fans think that they've spotted the ghost of Mr Chai on one of her Instagram stories.
The 21-year-old Love Island star posted a video on her Instagram of the view of the sunset from the roof terrace of her new penthouse flat, and an orange blob could be seen bouncing around on the screen.
The sun was setting in the background and Molly Mae captioned it simply: "Today," with a love heart emoji.
But a fan messaged her off the back of it, saying: "There is an orb on your screen... that is your dog."
Molly Mae shared the screenshot of the message. She wrote: "My followers."
Underneath, she said that she had been speaking about her dog, Mr Chai, who passed away suddenly just days after she and fellow Love Islander Tommy Fury took him home.
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It's said that the spirits of passed people (or in this case, passed Pomeranians) can manifest themselves as orbs - balls of energy that can be seen on screen. Of course - it could well be a lens flare from the sun, with it moving in the same way that the video is shot, or even dust - not to put a downer on it.
Molly Mae got Mr Chai as a present for her 21st birthday from her boyfriend, but he suddenly passed away. Afterwards, it was found that his skull hadn't formed properly, in an autopsy paid for by the couple.
Much controversy followed, after it was found that the breeder had imported Mr Chai all the way from Russia as a tiny puppy.
Tiffany Puppies - which is run by Elena Katerova - posted a statement on to Instagram to say that they 'cannot understand why such a beautiful pup passed so suddenly'.
Despite Molly-Mae explaining the autopsy results in a YouTube video, Tiffany Puppies are waiting on 'full veterinary results' because they say 'things are currently just not making sense'.
Just six days after they got him Mr Chai, who was described as their 'whole world' passed away following a short illness. Shortly after his death, the couple took to YouTube to explain that Mr Chai 'was going to die regardless' and urged people to consider carefully when deciding to import a dog from Russia.
She said: "The autopsy results showed that his skull wasn't fully developed and part of his brain was exposed. He didn't have a single white blood cell in his body."
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