Mia Khalifa Breaks Down In Tears After Fan’s Girlfriend Insults Her

Mia Khalifa Breaks Down In Tears After Fan’s Girlfriend Insults Her Instagram/Mia Khalifa

Mia Khalifa has come a long way since her adult film career. While she’s been extremely vocal against the industry, which doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to looking after its actors, she’s tried to distance herself from it as much as possible and is now focusing on a career in sports reporting. However, not everyone wants to see her thriving, as evidenced by a recent interaction with a fan’s girlfriend.

While having a business meeting, Khalifa was approached by a male fan and asked for a photo. When she refused, the fan’s girlfriend made a rude comment that left Khalifa in tears. As she recounted on YouTuber Anthony Padilla’s channel, the British woman was extremely rude to her for no reason.

“I was at a business meeting in London and I was there with a company that I had just signed with. It was the two men who were the heads of the company and my manager at the time,” she recalled. “We were just sitting down celebrating having just done a great press tour for the project we were working on, and I get come up to by this guy and his girlfriend.”

That’s when the guy asked her for a picture, which she turned down as it wasn’t really the time or place. She was mid-conversation with someone else and was having a business lunch. While Khalifa admits she was a bit short with the guy, she also felt it was inappropriate for him to approach her the way he did.

However, instead of simply walking away and letting it go, the fan’s girlfriend then chimed in with a rude comment, saying, “I told you that wasn’t her. There’s not enough c*m on her face. Let’s go, babe.”

Mia Khalifa was left crying, admitting that she went to the bathroom and sobbed after the interaction. “I didn’t really know how to handle it, especially because it came from a woman and especially because I was there for business,” she said.

She added that she did continue to work for the company, but that these types of unpleasant interactions are all too frequent. In fact, she said in the interview that people have followed her to her car and even “grabbed her by the arm” while she’s out and about. Scary stuff! Why can’t we just let people live in peace?

Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill