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Mia Khalifa shares cryptic Instagram message from The Game
Featured Image Credit: @miakhalifa/@losangelesconfidential/Instagram

Mia Khalifa shares cryptic Instagram message from The Game

The former adult star appears to be hitting out at the haters yet again

Mia Khalifa has shared a cryptic Instagram message seemingly directed towards haters featuring a track by The Game.

The social media personality, who is also known for her former career as an adult film star, posted the Instagram story yesterday (2 September) to her 27.7 million followers in what appears to be a dig at the negativity she receives.

The text read: "They don’t hate you. They hate themselves. You’re just a constant reminder of who they’d rather be & it hurts," alongside a backing track of The Game's hip hop hit, 'Dreams'.


Not only that, but the post is credited to @losangelesconfidential, which is The Game's official Instagram account.

While it is currently unknown what exactly Khalifa was aiming her message at, the sports presenter is certainly no stranger to controversy and is known for being incredibly outspoken - especially when it comes to politics and the industry she used to work in.

Just a few weeks ago, Khalifa became the target of trolls after she made some rather controversial comments about OnlyFans and the military.

The 29-year-old made the comments on late-night talk show Ziwe, hosted by Ziwe Fumudoh, saying ‘selling your body’ on OnlyFans is not as bad as ‘selling your body to the government’ by joining the army. 

"So we have OnlyFans, and then we have the sex work industry, and then we have like actors. Is there a difference between these industries or are we all fundamentally selling out bodies in some way?" Fumudoh asked.

Khalifa responded by saying: "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."

Opinion was divided, to say the least, and Khalifa's comments brought in a fair share of negativity.

“Service to our country is NOT shameful," one comment read, while another said: "At least in the army you do something [for] society."

Well, it didn't take long for Khalifa to respond to the negativity - which soon lead to trolling - and she took to Twitter to offer her point of view.

"To everyone up in arms about my statement that being in the military is worse than being on OnlyFans cause you’re selling your body to the gov’t - we’re both serving this nation!" she wrote.

"What do you think they sent for morale back in the day? More troops, or Marilyn Monroe in a skirt ???"

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Topics: US News, Mia Khalifa, Instagram