KEY POINTS

  • Mia Khalifa shared a video of a man groping Kendall Jenner in her Instagram Story
  • Khalifa discouraged men from grabbing women
  • The ex-porn star shared how people grabbed her in public places

Mia Khalifa shared a video of Kendall Jenner being groped by a man and said that the reality star's reaction was the "accurate representation" of how women feel when they are being violated.

Khalifa shared the groping video of the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star in her Instagram Story. In the clip, Kendall is walking while talking to a woman. Suddenly, a man behind her groped her bottom, prompting Kendall to turn around and walk away from the man. 

"The most accurate representation of how violating it feels when a man feels entitled to your attention  just because he recognizes you," Khalifa wrote.

"It's disgusting, it's entitled, and it's predatory. It feels like a hole is burned in our skin, it feels like we need to wash it off, it feels like 'what if my guard was even lover? What could he be capable of'," she continued.  

"Don't fu----- touch women," she concluded.

In her previous interview with Anthony Padilla, Khalifa also shared how people would grab her whenever they see her even in the grocery store. Padilla commented, “They think they own your body because they have seen your body.” To which Khalifa responded, “Exactly.” Khalifa was part of the porn industry for three months and became the most searched porn star after making a conterversial clip while wearing a hijab.

"They will follow me to my car, they will grab me by my arm when I tell them 'no' politely they'll call me a sl-- or like anything in the book. It happened in the most wholesome of places," Khalifa said.

She also shared an incident at the Copenhagen airport when she and her husband were queuing for their passports to be stamped. A guy came up and asked for a photo with Khalifa, but she turned him down saying "no" because she just got off a 15-hour flight. The guy then screamed at her and called her b---h and a s--t in front of a line of about 45 people.

"They can't handle no, they can't handle the word.”

In another post in her Instagram Story, Khalifa shared a post from TikTok about girls not wanting their boyfriend liking other women’s twerking videos. The message stressed that it’s not her being insecure but him being disrespectful in their relationship.

“Ladies, DM me if your BF won’t stop liking my pics, I’ll personally block him for you,” Khalifa wrote.

Mia Khalifa Mia Khalifa denied that she was kicked out of the stadium for punching a fan during a baseball game on Oct.14, 2017. Photo: Mia Khalifa