"I really have a lot of fun on there"
Mia Khalifa has claimed that she tricks her OnlyFans subscribers who demand explicit content from her.
On the late-night talk show Ziwe, the former adult film star said she “scams” people who refuse to respect her boundaries.
Since quitting the porn industry, Mia has become an influencer and also creates content on OnlyFans.
On the platform, her content is racy but Mia stated that she only posts non-nude and suggested nude content.
But from time to time, she gets messages from subscribers asking her for more explicit stuff.
Mia explained that she has “fun” dealing with them in her own way.
Host Ziwe Fumudoh asked her: “How do you engage with your audience on your platform?”
Mia bluntly replied: “Just by talking sh*t to them. I’m the meanest person ever.
“If someone comes at me the wrong way and says like ‘send me XXX content’, I’ll pull out a notepad and I’ll write XXX and send it to them and charge them $15 to unlock it.
“I really have a lot of fun on there with the people who don’t respect my boundaries, ’cause I scam them.”
Her brazen way of dealing with disrespectful subscribers left social media users divided.
Some believed Mia was in the wrong for misleading people and taking their money while others praised her for teaching them a lesson.
One person said: “The girlies approve.”
Another commented: “Ayooo but if a man did this he would be getting so much hate.”
One netizen wrote: “As she should. I love her.”
One person crudely said: “Mia I know what your insides look like, you have no boundaries and self-respect.”
It was recently revealed that Mia Khalifa is among the top 10 earners on OnlyFans.
According to Read Nigeria Network, she charges her fans a monthly subscription fee of $12.99 (£11.54).
With approximately 22.7 million followers, Mia is estimated to earn $6.4 million (£5.7 million) per month.
Mia Khalifa has become known for her no-nonsense views and previously, she issued a warning to those expecting their partners to replicate pornstars in the bedroom.
Shortly after her retirement from the adult film industry, Mia gave an interview on BBC’s HARDtalk.
Speaking to Stephen Sackur, Mia spoke about the differences between pornography and real life.
She said: “Everyone watches porn.
“It affects relationships, and porn addiction is very prevalent – the things men see in the videos and expect from the women in their lives is not reality.
“No one is going to do those acts on a Wednesday night with the ones they love.
“I wanted to do porn as my dirty little secret, but it blew up in my face. It was terrifying.”