"I like you but that is stupid."
Mia Khalifa faced backlash after she shared a video of herself reaching speeds of more than 100mph while smoking marijuana.
The former adult film star frequently shares glimpses of her life with her fans.
Mia is currently on a European adventure, having previously been invited by AC Milan to attend a gala to celebrate the Italian club’s collaboration with Off-White.
She is now in Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France and posted images of some of her looks.
This included a few detailed looks at her limited edition Nike Dunks.
Mia also turned up the heat by posing nude in a makeshift bed in a daisy field. She also posted a close-up of herself in a skimpy SpongeBob SquarePants bikini, putting her ample assets on full display.
However, one video drew attention for all the wrong reasons.
The influencer was seen driving a Range Rover from her point of view, suggesting she was filming the video.
She was on an empty rural road going 50mph.
At the same time, Mia was holding a large cannabis joint in her left hand.
As the road straightens out, Mia increases her speed and at one point hits 107mph before applying the brakes.
Social media users quickly took to the comments section to lambast Mia for her dangerous driving.
One user said: “Smoking weed while driving is not the vibe, girl.”
Calling for Mia to be arrested, another said:
“Smoking weed and using the phone and also driving, arrest this woman now!!!”
One fan admitted: “I like you but that is stupid.”
Chamonix ??? pic.twitter.com/h6XsX6cVpg
— Mia K. (@miakhalifa) September 25, 2023
Others were baffled why Mia posted such a video, with one user commenting:
“Drugs, speeding and using your phone whilst driving and putting it on the internet is just… wow.”
A netizen sarcastically wrote:
“Smoking and using the phone while driving? Lol not dangerous at all.”
One comment read: “Smoking weed while driving at that speed with only one hand on the steering wheel is the stupidest flex I’ve ever seen on the internet.”
A frequent cannabis user, Mia Khalifa is regularly seen with a joint in her hand.
She has even collaborated with Wiz Khalifa to promote Khalifa Kush, a cannabis brand founded by the rapper in 2012.
In France, cannabis is illegal for personal use but remains one of the most popular illegal drugs. Limited types of cannabis-derived products are permitted for medical use.
Driving under the influence of cannabis can impair important skills required for safe driving by slowing your reaction time and ability to make decisions, impairing coordination and distorting perception.