Mia Khalifa

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Mia Khalifa - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career

Originally coming from Lebanon, Mia Khalifa started her journey as a big star after she moved to the United States and graduated from college.

But first, she actually once worked as a bartender and model when she was just still a college student.

After graduating, she actually wanted to do a primary job, but in October 2014, she started to be a porn star on Pornhub.

At that time, she got an achievement ad as the highest-viewed star on Pornhub in just 2 months, but unfortunately, it caused controversy because of her sexual acts with a hijab.

On the other hand, that controversy gained her a lot of followers, and fans across the world, so her audience on social media also increased a lot.

Later, Mia then left the porn industry and started to remake herself as a social media star, especially as a sports commentator.

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  • Real Name: Mia Khalifa
  • Stage Name: Mia Khalifa
  • Nickname: Mia
  • Birthday: February 10, 1993
  • Birthplace: Beirut, Lebanon
  • Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
  • Nationality: Lebanese-American
  • Height: 157 cm (5’2″)
  • Weight: 55 kg (121 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Religion: Christian
  • Profession: Actress, TikTok Star, OnlyFans Star
  • Education: University of Texas, Massanutten Military Academy School
  • Hobbies: Playing football
  • Parents: –
  • Sibling: –
  • Boyfriend: Robert Sandberg (fiancée)
  • Facebook: –
  • Twitter: @miakhalifa
  • Instagram: @miakhalifa
  • TikTok: @miakhalifa
  • YouTube: Mia K
  • OnlyFans: @miakhalifa


  • Black is her favorite color.
  • Mia loves to eat pizza and fast food so much.
  • Dog is her favorite animal.
  • She has some cars, such as Bentley Continental GT Speed, Audi A8, BMW 5 Series, and Ferrari California T Series.
  • Mia lives in her own house in New York, United States.
  • Mia gained controversy after doing some sexual acts while wearing a hijab, which is considered sacred by Middle East society.
  • Mia has a very traditional family.
  • She and her family moved to the United States back in 2001 after there was a conflict in South Lebanon.
  • She said her parents stopped contacting her after Mia started to be a porn star.
  • Mia is able to speak English thanks to her education in a French Public School in Lebanon.
  • During high school, she was intimidated because she was the blackest girl there.
  • Mia once married her senior school friend back in 2011, but it just lasted 5 years until 2016.
  • Her fiancée, Robert Sandberg, is a Swedish chef.
  • Her ideal type is…
  • Her net worth is around $5 million.

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“I’m not Muslim, & no I couldn’t say no to it either, it’s a clever plot aside from the blatant sacrilege.”

“You were my cup of tea, But I drink champagne now.” 

“Hijab is my choice, not compulsion.”

“If something is important to you, then you will make time for it.”

“Everybody is deserving of a second chance if they really want it.”

“It’s more difficult for you to stay on top rather than get there.”

“Darn, these males really out here with no true idea for what a real female looks like without facad and facetune.”

“It’s not a one day fight, but it’s a start.”

“I hope that all young girls see yourself up there, we’re just like you.”

“Take your victories, whatever they might be, cherish them, use them, but don’t settle for them.”

“I think what made me go back and do it again was that the attention I was receiving, I was afraid it would go away if I didn’t do what I was asked to do.”

“There’s films that show the Muslim heritage in a much darker light than any other that BANG BROTHER’S has produced.”

“Even if I fail fighting for my life back, I will not stop until I can protect every young girl from getting taken advantage of by these predatorial contracts.”

“You no good losers are going to get me killed. And how did they respond? They laughed in my face.”

“Nothing but gin in my trippy cup pouring more. I can’t get enough. Young Khalifa on that hippie stuff. I break it down and it lifts me up up up.”

“I simply want people to know I’m a normal bloody person.”

“I am so ashamed of my past.”

“Each day of my life is so bizarre.”

“It’s not about a making sacrifices when you’re doing what you love!”

“Even if I fail fighting for my life back, I’ll not stop until I can protect every young girl from getting taken advantage of by these predatory contracts.”

“They probably just thought it was low-hanging fruit and a girl in the industry would be so happy to get attention from a rich, male athlete. But I’m like, dude, get your catch % up and then you can approach me!”

“It’s really hard for me to find that balance, but I’m not going to say I’m only proud or I’m only ashamed, because I feel all of those emotions every day. It all comes flooding back at once in interviews; it’s OK to feel two conflicting ways about something.”

“It was an eye-opener for me. I don’t want any of this, whether it’s positive or negative – but all it was negative. I didn’t get too much into it about how my friends and family and relationships were suffering.”

“Who did this, and what are the names and whereabouts of their loved ones? I just wanna talk.” 

“When Paul Walker died, his films were shown all day. When Michael Jackson died, his songs were played all day. What if Mia Khalifa died?” 

“Sometimes I complain about the realm of sports being too much of a ‘boys club’ and feel overwhelmed in trying to break into it and make my voice heard. I now feel ashamed that I’m not using the voice I do have to speak up for those who can’t. Sports is a unifying, beautiful part of life that everyone who wants to should have a chance to experience. My first love wasn’t a boy, it was a team.” 

“My first heartbreak wasn’t a boy, it was a too-early hockey exit. I’ve shed more tears of sadness, and joy over sports than I can count. I understand fighting to be allowed in sports media, but I can’t fathom the idea of not being allowed to enter stadiums just because of my gender. These women deserve better, and a small step is to let people know what is going on in these oppressive countries by spreading the word.” 

“You’ll get to see music videos on the television pilot featuring our soundtrack playing at the big party. I thought that was sort of a cool moment, to actually have the A-Ha video is very sweet.”

“I was walking across the street. This guy AKA porn producer stops and gets off his car, giving me his card, and Ithought about it for about two weeks then you made the mistake of saying yes and going in. And yeah, I did it for about three months, and as soon as I started to gain popularity, that’s when I was like, ‘OK I need to get the heck out of here, this isn’t what I was trying to do whatsoever’, I wanted to let loose and rebel.”

Mia Khalifa has been facing various ups and downs throughout her career life. Even so, she still manages to be a better person.


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