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    The true story behind the Mia Khalifa diss song: Everything to know

    Mia Khalifa was once the most searched and viewed adult-film star on the planet. She pulled out of the industry back in after some controversial videos landed the actress in hot water — most notable was a pornographic scene filmed with Khalifa wearing a hijab, a traditional headdress worn by some Muslim women. Khalifa reportedly received death threats from Islamist Extremist groups like ISIS over her involvement in the video, and she even began fearing for her safety. Since then, Khalifa has continued to build a respectable fan base on popular social media sites including Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
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    The song was originally released in February Smoke Hijabi took this seriously and went on a video rant on Twitter as well. This video has been taken down since. The entire song is about sex work-comparing adult-video stars to be prostitutes doing anything for money. Xeno Carr is heard asking if she regrets her decisions to get in the adult-video industry and if she wishes she could change her past.
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