In an Emotional Video, Mia Khalifa Reveals Why She Has Stopped Wearing Her Trademark Glasses
On 11th July 2021
In an emotional post former porn star, Mia Khalifa reveals the reason why she ditched her trademark eyeglasses. Mia shared the video after another video of a girl went viral on TikTok after she heartbreakingly revealed that she stopped wearing her glasses as boys in her high school bullied her for resembling the former porn star.
Mia Khalifa takes to the internet to share with her fans the reason why she quitted wearing her trademark glasses.
Responding to a video posted by another woman on TikTok who goes by the name @oreomilkshake, the 28-year old sports commentator and influencer shares why she decided to give up on her eyewear.
In the video shared, the user shares that she stopped wearing her glasses because the boys in her high school mocked her for looking like the former porn star.
She shared the video captioned: "I can't wear my glasses because the high school boys keep saying I look like Mia Khalifa with them, and it makes me uncomfortable."
The video went viral on social media and managed to capture the attention of Mia Khalifa too. Mia turned the video into a duet and tearfully apologized for unintentionally provoking bullying stating: "I'm so sorry. I don't wear them anymore for this reason."
Mia tearful video provoked sympathy among the public and people tried to comfort the star with their words of love and support.
One person wrote: "i wish i could give you a hug, it's not your fault at all. [sic]"
A second agreed that: "It's not your fault honey it's not your fault."
Another TikTok user stated: "Don't be sorry. Past is the past. Its not an insult to be compared to you."
Finally, the commenter stated: "I even feel the pain for both sides ... it's really sad."
According to Buzzfeed, Mia later thanked her fans for their kind messages in a post made to her Instagram stories, stating: "I know that deep down, but the guilt is crushing.
"I wish I could protect every little girl from the male gaze. I know how I feel when men harass me in public, it kills me that other girls get the same abuse just for looking like me."