Ex-Porn Star Mia Khalifa Has A Message For People Who Were Bullied In High School

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Mia Khalifa has shared a powerful message to all the people who were bullied in high school.

The ex-porn star recently played a game on Instagram in which she asked her fans about the things that they want to heal from or normalize. A plethora of social media users asked her questions and told her different things that should be normalized in today’s world. A user shared that he/she was bullied a lot in high school and did not want to talk about it earlier out of embarassment.

The former adult entertainer agreed and said that bullying builds “character.” She further stated that people who experienced bullying in high school are now “thriving” whereas their bullies are still unable to manage their lives.

“Let’s be honest though, being bullied in high school builds character. There is nobody who got bullied in high school and now they are [explicit]thriving while their bullies are balding and still living in their home towns,” Khalifa said.

Meanwhile, one of her fans asked if Khalifa was embarrassed to go outside because of all the controversies surrounding her. The sports commentator noted that she is “not” embarrassed to step outside and the only reason she is not traveling anywhere is the coronavirus.

Recently, Khalifa broke her silence and addressed the counter-accusations made by BangBros and called it a“smear campaign.”

The TikTok star assured fans that she would come forward in revealing every detail about the dispute but also admitted that she has to tread carefully because of potential legal ramifications.

“I want to give you all of the information, but I am one person fighting against a billion-dollar company and I can’t do it alone. It is terrifying and I’m really scared of slipping up and saying something wrong,” Khalifa said. 

The former pornographic actress said that everything she says or does has to be “run by legal now” because of how BangBros “made it very dirty.” Khalifa reiterated that she couldn’t do it alone, but she is trying.

Her fans have already started a petition named “Justice For Mia” on Change.org. The petition has been signed by more than 1.8 million people, and it demands various websites to delete all the videos that feature the former adult star.

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