KEY POINTS

  • Mia Khalifa has accused BangBros of promoting her "traumas" for its own benefit 
  • Khalifa also shared that the company does not care about "anyone" 
  • More than 1.7 million people have signed the petition to remove Khalifa's videos from various adult websites

Mia Khalifa is leaving no stone unturned in order to publicly expose BangBros’ malpractices. 

The former adult movie star took to Instagram and shared a couple of screenshots from an article that was published in Bustle in 2015. The article indicated that the “I Can’t Breathe” parody porn movie inspired by Eric Garner’s last words was doing rounds on the internet and the media outlet called it “demeaning.”

In one of her IG Stories, Khalifa wrote that the website did not delete the video earlier but now that the public is calling it out for such an inappropriate clip, the company has decided to remove it from its platforms.   

However, she insisted that BangBros did not do anything for her and it is still promoting her videos for its own benefit.

“But now that they are in hot water with the public over this tasteless scene, they allegedly remove it from their streaming platforms. But 6 years of death threats towards the girl they put in front of the camera in a hijab and their response is MORE promotion of her traumas. CLASSY,” Khalifa wrote.

In another Instagram Story, she uploaded another screenshot of the same article stating that the porn website knew “exactly” what it was doing by producing such a degrading clip, but it did not care about anything at that time.

Khalifa then voiced her opinion on the matter, saying that the company does not care about “anyone.” She also recalled the time when the whole office was excited to see that the video was getting panned by various media outlets because it meant that people would want to watch it “even more.”

“They truly don’t care. I was dating one of the executives at the time this was released and will never forget the entire office’s excitement when these articles came out. They were ecstatic the vid was picking up this much negative press because it meant people would be searching for and watching it even more,” Khalifa wrote.

Recently,  Khalifa also criticized the company for allegedly capitalizing on Eric Garner's death. On Sunday (July 5), Khalifa took to Instagram and shared a screenshot of an alleged video from BangBros that seemingly mocked Garner’s death.

Garner was an African American who was detained for allegedly selling loose cigarettes. He died after being placed in a chokehold by a police officer. Garner was asthmatic and in a video filmed by a bystander, he could be seen crying out to the officers saying, “I can’t breathe,” the BBC reported.

As of late, more than 1.7 million people have signed the petition to remove Khalifa’s videos from various websites like Pornhub and BangBros.

Mia Khalifa x Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson was met with hundreds of responses when he asked, "Who is Mia Khalifa." Photo: Instagram/Mia Khalifa