KEY POINTS

  • Mia Khalifa voiced her support to women who get "exploited" by big corporations
  • Khalifa said that women who are being "exploited" deserve a better life
  • Her statement comes almost 24 hours after she claimed that BangBros uploaded one of her videos without her consent

Ex-porn star Mia Khalifa is leaving no stone unturned to drag BangBros and other adult film websites down to their knees. She recently slammed various pornographic websites that exploit women to earn profits and said that all the “exploited” women deserve a better life.

Taking it to Instagram, the sports commentator shared a screenshot of a famous YouTuber named Corinna Kopf who wrote that adult film websites made a lot of revenue from the 12 videos that Khalifa appeared in. She also noted that the companies just gave the former porn actress just $12,000 and made a fortune for themselves.

Later in her tweet, the netizen said that Khalifa “regrets” working in the porn industry and deserves “better” now.

“Imagine being a household name in the porn industry bc of how big your videos were in the matter of THREE months you did porn. Can you imagine how much revenue pornhub made off of mia only to give her 12K. 12K… 3 months & a lifetime of regret. Mia Khalifa deserves better!!” the user wrote on Twitter.

The “Ramy” star replied to the user’s tweet in an Instagram Story, saying that every woman who is being “exploited” by such companies deserves “better.”  

“Every woman being exploited by these corporations deserves better. Period,” Khalifa wrote in one of her Instagram Stories.

Her comment comes almost 24 hours after she took a jab at BangBros for uploading one of her videos online without her consent. In a post, a Twitter user noted how BangBros once “tried to make” Khalifa perform a sexual act despite the former porn star being “clearly in pain.”

While replying to the user, Khalifa revealed that the video was recorded using a smartphone. She also claimed that the company released the video even though she was told that the video will never be made public.

"You mean like recording it on an iPhone and releasing against my expressed consent when I was assured it wouldn’t be?" Khalifa replied.

In related news, the TikTok star recently joined the women supporting women Instagram challenge and invited her close pals to also join the challenge.

On the other hand, BangBros has continued to quash all the allegations that have been leveled against it. The adult company recently shared a list of videos that Khalifa made before retiring and debunked her claims that she only did 11 videos. BangBros claimed that Khalifa actually made 28 adult videos.

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