Former Pornhub star Mia Khalifa revealed to her huge Twitter following what she finds slutty on a man and it comes in the form of a piece of jewelry that she can’t get enough of
Ex-porn queen Mia Khalifa has turned heads by revealing the “sluttiest thing a man can do” in a raunchy late-night tweet.
The tongue-in-cheek comment attracted almost 3,000 likes and plenty of comments from fans rushing to grab the ex-Pornhub star’s attention.
“The sluttiest thing a man can do is wear a thin gold chain,” wrote the porn phenomenon and OnlyFans star.
It was her version of a viral tweet template where users say “the sluttiest thing a person can do is” before adding something they find attractive.
Meanwhile, the Lebanese-American showed off her jaw-dropping generosity with a massive charitable donation to the Lebanese Red Cross on the second anniversary of the Beirut port blast which killed at least 218 people.
On August 4, she shared a screenshot showing that she had given $10k (around £8.3k), to the charitable organization.
The star shared her donation on her social media and captioned evidence on Twitter, saying: “Cheers to happier times, past and future #Lebanon, I love you.”
Mia was born in Lebanon but lives in the US where she has worked as a webcam model and a pornographic actress before moving on to sports TV presenting.
After gaining a legion of fans as the most viewed performer on Pornhub within her first two months, Mia has gone on to build a huge social media following.
Not one to shy away from controversy, the starlet has been met with much criticism in the Middle East.
This was most evident when she was seen performing sexual acts while wearing a hijab.
Turning the criticism around, Mia has used her celebrity platform to raise awareness of major issues such as the violence against Palestinians and Lebanon’s history and culture.
“At its core, the Lebanese just want to love, eat, dance, and die peacefully on our beautiful land and be buried into the soil that grows these magical grapes,” she wrote on her Instagram page on Thursday.
She continued: “Before the civil war, before the Beirut blast, before the economic destruction, before air raids, before the heartache and mass emigration.”