Yewande failed to receive an invite to Molly-Mae's Pretty Little Thing launch party
Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has hit back at her rumoured feud with Yewande Biala by insisting they're not friends.
Viewers didn't see much of Molly-Mae and Yewande together in the villa and after being booted from the show, the Irish scientist admitted that she was told off by producers for choking the influencer when she was asked what she'd do to Arabella Chi.
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Yewande Biala and George Rains
Yewande Biala and George Rains were not even in the villa at the same time but outside they seem to be having a whale of a time. Fans were buzzing in August when the Casa Amor star appeared to have Yewande's makeup all over his face.
Earlier this month Molly-Mae celebrated the launch of her Pretty Little Thing collaboration and invited the majority of Love Island stars; from Amy Hart and Maura Higgins to Casa Amor babes Joanna Chimonides and Francesca Allen.
However one Islander that was left off the list was Yewande and it's safe to say that it came as a surprise to her.
During her Instagram Live alongside Anna Vakili - who attended Molly-Mae's event with her sister Mandi - she hinted at a feud with the PLT ambassador.
When one of her followers asked if she was friends with Molly-Mae, she replied: "Well we don't really speak to each other... I didn't get invited so I take that as a no."
Now Molly-Mae has hit back and admitted she's shocked Yewande was put out by the situation.
"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.
"I wasn't close to her and she would admit that herself, it would be wrong for her to say that we were because we barely spoke, we weren't in the same group," she told The Sun.
Molly-Mae went on to admit that her decision was "never out of malice" but she "wasn't even close" with Yewande in the villa.
She added: "I definitely don't want Yewande to think anything was nasty from me on that point because it wasn't, and I was upset to see that she was a bit upset by it, I didn't think that she would be."
Molly-Mae also confessed that she hasn't reached out to Yewande following the confusion because they didn't speak much during their time in the villa and since Love Island ended that hasn't changed.
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This isn't the first time there's been tension between Molly-Mae and some of the Love Island cast; shortly after being booted from the show Belle Hassan branded her as "two faced".
Lucie Donlan also recently claimed Molly-Mae has 'ditched' all the Islanders after leaving the villa.
"No one really speaks to her. A lot of people are doing their own thing. I guess they're concentrating on their future and stuff which is really good and it's nice to see them doing really well," she told the publication.