Ex-porn star Mia Khalifa is slammed after repeating her bizarre claim that being in the army is worse than being on OnlyFans because it is ‘selling your body to the government’
- Former porn star Mia Khalifa was slammed for her US army claims
- She said that soldiers sold their bodies in exchange for a military paycheque
- Khalifa was previously fired for controversial comments about Hamas
Former adult actress Mia Khalifa has been eviscerated for repeating a year-old claim that military service is ‘worse than OnlyFans’ as it is like ‘selling your body to the government.’
Khalifa, who was born in 1993, said in an interview on US chatshow Ziwe: ‘Honestly, I think that selling your body, like if we are going by that definition, being in the army is worse than being on OnlyFans. You’re selling your body to the government.’
While the original interview was aired last year, Khalifa, whose real name is Sarah Joe Chamoun, reposted a clip of the interview in response to a post to X on Veterans Day (November 11) that read:
‘Who else remembers being against the Iraq war and people being like “oh wow so you don’t SUPPORT OUR TROOPS?!?!”
‘And then having the most dumb conversation about being anti-American when you were just anti-killing innocent people. Anyway this feels like that.’
Mia Khalifa (pictured) said that being in the army was worse than OnlyFans, and accused soldiers of selling their bodies to the government
She was fired from her role as a content creator for Playboy’s CENTERFOLD platform
The post has since garnered massive amounts of attention and criticism online.
One X user said: ‘Says the woman who is allowed to expose herself for cash based on the freedoms provided by our service members.
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‘You’ve never sacrificed a thing for anyone other than yourself. You are a sad excuse for a person.’
Another agreed, writing: ‘You’re selling your body in the army for a country you believe in. This makes ZERO sense.
‘You are “sacrificing” and offering your ABILITIES to a country that you want to defend. Not sure what you are defending on Onlyfans with your body or human abilities.’
One said: Just say thank you for your service to anybody in the army that’s better than this. Those soldiers signed up to defend freedom.’
And one simply said: ‘No one takes you serious dawg.’
The comments come just a month after she was slammed for mocking the 1,200 civilians killed during Hamas’ surprise incursion into Israel on October 7.
She said in a post to X: ‘Can someone please tell the freedom fighters in Palestine to flip their phones and film horizontal.’
She made light of the horror conflict, joking about a ‘Zionist apartheid regime being brought down by guerrilla fighters in fake Gucci shirts’.
Khalifa also shared an image of the terrorists riding in the back of a pick-up truck, calling it a ‘Renaissance painting.’
She was fired from her role as a content creator for Playboy’s CENTERFOLD platform, which she joined in February 2022, shortly after these comments.
Playboy previously said in a statement it emailed to users: ‘We are writing today to let you know of our decision to terminate Playboy’s relationship with Mia Khalifa, including deleting Mia’s Playboy channel on our creator platform.
Former porn star Mia Khalifa sparked massive backlash online after she loudly supported the terror attack by Hamas
‘Mia has made disgusting and reprehensible comments celebrating Hamas’ attacks on Israel and the murder of innocent men, women, and children.
‘At Playboy, we encourage free expression and constructive political debate, but we have a zero-tolerance policy for hate speech. We expect Mia to understand her words and actions have consequences.’
Centerfold – created by Playboy as a way to allow models to sell content to and interact directly with fans – highlighted Khalifa’s opinions when she joined the platform.
‘Mia’s fearless, direct, thought-provoking and fun-loving approach to life and her career make her an important addition to our Centerfold community,’ said PLBY Group CEO Ben Kohn at the time.
‘Freedom of expression is the cornerstone of our Playboy legacy, and Centerfold is all about empowering creators like Mia to express themselves in a safe, accepting environment.’
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