KEY POINTS

  • Mia Khalifa fired back at Bang Bros and Xvideos on Instagram
  • She claims the platform "actively try to drag me down"
  • The petition seeking justice for Khalifa has already received over 1.5 million signatures

Mia Khalifa fired back at porn site, XVideos, on Instagram and claimed the platform "strategically" and "purposefully" drag her down.

The ex-porn star took to Instagram Thursday night to share a message about Xvideos allegedly mocking the Black Lives Matter movement and herself, despite her many pleas to remove her adult videos from the site.

“Xvideos put several videos on their main page mocking black lives matter, as well as @miakhalifa’s porn videos despite her having made many statements about her wanting her videos completely removed from all porn platforms,” the post read.

The post was a snap of her Instagram Story which she decided to post on her feed so that XVideos will not "miss it."

“Wonder if it’s because BBros owns X*ideos!? Do you see what I mean when I say they strategically, purposefully, and actively try to drag me down the further I distance myself…” she added.

“The louder I get the more they’ll promote me just to try and silence me. But people are starting to catch on to these business practices… and they’re not happy.”

One follower advised Khalifa to not give them attention because it’s what they wanted. “Just don’g give them the satisfaction of caring and getting upset,” a user commented.

“We love you and stand by u,” another added.

“Take your power back queen. you got this! i believe in you!” another added with a heart emoji.

Bang Bros and Xvideos.com are both owned by WGCZ S.R.O. In a series of tweets, Khalifa claimed that a certain photographer named Christian, Jordan Sibbs and other executives at Bang Bros “collectively and conscious chose to deceive me.” She was referring to a photoshoot where she claims Sibbs told her the photographer was from Vogue.

According to Khalifa, the photographer asked her to pose with a hijab and rifles. She was also asked to take her underwear off and pose against a wall. A week later, her photos were reportedly used on Bang Bros' website.

Meanwhile, Bang Bros announced on Twitter that they have sent Khalifa a cease and desist order over her alleged defamatory and false statements about the website.

“We encourage her to share the fact check list with her audience. We doubt she will though,” Bang Bros wrote while adding the hashtag “#FactsBeatFiction.”

In related news, the petition seeking justice for Khalifa has already received over 1.5 million signatures.

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