Mia Khalifa

Mia Khalifa Fired by Playboy Because She Supported Hamas Attacking Israel

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AntaraNews.net – Mia Khalifa’s support for Hamas attacks on Israel on her social media accounts had long-lasting consequences. Playboy has now removed his name because of the post.

“We are writing today to inform you of our decision to end Playboy’s relationship with Mia Khalifa, including removing Mia’s Playboy channel on our creator’s platform,” the company wrote in its message to users as quoted by the Daily Mail.

“Over the past few days, Mia has made disgusting and reprehensible comments celebrating Hamas’ attacks on Israel and the murder of innocent men, women and children. At Playboy, we encourage free expression and constructive political debate, however, we have a zero tolerance policy for hate speech. We hope Mia understands that her words and actions have consequences.”

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Since Hamas’ attack on Israel, Mia Khalifa has been very vocal in supporting Palestine through her X account, @miakhalifa.

“If you can look at the situation in Palestine and not side with Palestine, then you are on the wrong side of apartheid and history will show that in time.”

Mia Khalifa Fired by Playboy

He wrote, “I don’t believe the Zionist apartheid regime was brought down by guerilla fighters wearing fake Gucci shirts – a biopic of these moments reflects that better.”

On Sunday, October 8, Khalifa posted, “I just want to make sure there’s 4K footage showing my guys tearing down the walls of the open prison they were forced out of so we have a good selection of those historical books that write about how they liberated themselves from apartheid.”

Mia also criticized Kylie Jenner, who previously uploaded a message of support for Israel which has since been deleted.

“If true journalism existed, the next person to speak to Kylie Jenner would ask her opinion about geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and not break eye contact until she could string together one clear sentence because she wanted to take a stand against her 400 million followers badly,” he tweeted.

For your information, Playboy and Mia Khalifa’s partnership will start in February 2022. The personality of this Bairut-born woman is what made Playboy CEO Ben Kohn interested in recruiting.

“Mia’s fearless, straightforward, thought-provoking and fun approach to her life and career makes her an important addition to our Centerfold community. Freedom of expression is a cornerstone of our Playboy legacy, and Centerfold aims to empower creators like Mia to express themselves in a safe and accepting environment.”

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