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Alex Hawkins, Vice President of Marketing for x Hamster, said "The outrage it caused in the Arab world ended up being a bit of a 'Streisand effect'. The effort to censor her only made her more ubiquitous."Perhaps better known as 'The hijab porn star', Khalifa hit the headlines in 2014 when she infamously humped on camera wearing the traditional Muslim garb.The Bang Bros film initially sparked outrage in her home country of Lebanon with haters claiming she had brought disgrace to the nation and insulted Islam.However, two weeks later, Khalifa had a change of heart and resigned.The negative attention she received from her global attention prompted her to leave the industry: "It was an eye-opener for me.I don't want any of this, whether it's positive or negative—but all of it was negative. I kind of smartened up and tried to distance myself from that." She transitioned into a career as a social media personality, webcam model and sports commentator.I didn't think too much into it about how my friends and family and relationships were suffering." In a July 2016 interview with The Washington Post, Khalifa stated that she had only performed in pornography for three months and had left the industry over a year before, changing to a "more normal job". She runs a You Tube channel; live streams on Twitch; and performed as a webcam model; sells photoshoots, merchandise and access to exclusive content on membership website Patreon; and sold explicit photoshoots and videos on the social media website Findrow.Reading and presenting speaches about foreign countries.
They claim that although she may have sex, 'She is still more decent than they are'.
After ending her pornographic career, she used her social media presence of over 2.3 million Twitter and over 11 million Instagram followers to support the professional sports teams from the Washington, D. area, She has a tattoo of the opening line of the Lebanese National Anthem, and another of the Lebanese Forces Cross.
She got the latter in 2012 after a bombing in Lebanon, stating it was to "show solidarity with my father's political views." Both tattoos have come under the scrutiny of her detractors.
She received online death threats after she ranked No.
1 on Pornhub, including a manipulated image of an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant executioner preparing to behead her, and a message warning her that she would go to Hell, to which she replied "I've been meaning to get a little tan recently".