KEY POINTS

  • Mia Khalifa said the winning bidder of her glasses auction did not go through with buying the item
  • The ex-porn star has been working with eBay to complete the process and they already reached out to the second buyer
  • Twitter users were concerned during the auction because there are many fake bidders on eBay 

Mia Khalifa has sold her infamous glasses on eBay for $100,000, but the winning bidder canceled it, so they are contacting the second buyer.

The ex-porn star put her infamous glasses on auction to raise money following the massive explosion in Beirut in August. Khalifa gave an update on the auction in her Instagram Stories.

"Good morning I wanna give you guys a little update about the auction for the glasses that sold for a $100,000 on eBay,” she said in a video clip while holding a cup of coffee.

“They, in fact, did not sell for $100,000. The first seller [buyer] did not go through and they will be going to the second seller[buyer] for $99 something.”

Khalifa has been working with eBay and they have already reached out to the second bidder. However, they haven’t heard from him yet. But they are optimistic with the second buyer.

“We have reached out to him. eBay does not work on weekends so it's been very hard to coordinate with them which is why it's taking so long. We only get 4 or 5 days a week to correspond with them,” she continued.

“The second seller has been reached out to. His account is in great standing. It's five years old. He has made a $100 and something sales. So, we feel good about it, he just hasn't seen the messages. So, we're just waiting and I'll keep you guys updated.”

When the auction was still ongoing, some Twitter users were concerned if the biddings were legit because there are many fake bidders on eBay. They are worried of fake bids because the money from the auction is for Beirut.

"People can fake bid on ebay," @FixDylann commented on Khalifa's post.

"I said before people can fake bid on eBay most of these bids are probably fake," @FixDylann added.

"Most eBay bids are fake," @Brandon_f04 added.

Also, prior to the Khalifa's announcement, some Twitter users already predicted that the winning bidder will not push through with buying the item.

"They're fake bids. Winning bidder won't complete the transaction," @Manny_Diablo commented.

“And winning bid doesn’t pay,” another wrote.

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