Almost everyone is familiar with the name Mia Khalifa some know it from the adult filming industry. While others may also know her as UTEP's famous attendee for her work history.

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It is crazy how the world we live in now has changed dramatically over the years. This time around we have to be careful about what we say and especially how we say it.

There have been times people share their opinions that don't sit well with others. Hell, sometimes people who share their personal opinions can face the wrath of others.

Well, Mia Khalifa is raising eyebrows after making a statement that would upset anyone in the military. The former porn star was a special guest on Ziwe Fumudoh's talk show that you may or may not have seen featured on Showtime.

Ziwe Fumudoh had asked Mia Khalifa a question regarding a topic about selling your body for money. Mia Khalifa's response definitely stunned viewers, especially those who do serve in the military.

@ziwe i asked mia khalifa if there is a difference between the s3x w0rk industry and hollywood #fyp #miakhalifa #ziwe ♬ selling your body mia khalifa - ziwe

If you are clueless about her appearance on Showtime then you can just refer to Ziwe's TikTok video above. Besides El Paso being a border town it is also home to the Fort Bliss Army Base.

Tons of people have heard the phrase that Mia Khalifa used about selling your body to the government for years now. But she feels being in the army is worse than being on OnlyFans.

Mia Khalifa's response to Ziwe Fumudoh has the TikTok world divided if you read the comments. What is your personal opinion about what Mia Khalifa had to say about selling your body? Feel free to share your thoughts on the KLAQ Facebook page.

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