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Mia Khalifa tweets in support of farmers protest

After popstar Rihanna, Mia Khalifa has now tweeted supporting the farmer movement. Now former adult film star Mia Khalifa has also made her presence felt in the ongoing ‘Kisan Movement’ in Delhi.

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Having gained popularity in the adult film industry for many years, American-Lebanese Mia Khalifa started acting in adult films in 2014 and became the most watched adult film actress within 2 months. She has now accused the Modi government of human rights violations over the ongoing ‘Kisan movement’ in Delhi.

Khalifa, a 27-year-old Lebanese-American actor who previously worked in the adult film industry, tweeted, ““Paid actors,” huh? Quite the casting director, I hope they’re not overlooked during awards season. I stand with the farmers. #FarmersProtest.

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Screengrab of the tweet by Mia Khalifa

Earlier on Tuesday night, Rihanna tweeted while sharing a news related to the farmer movement, ‘Why are we not talking about this?’ At the same time, Greta Thanberg wrote in support of the movement, writing, “We stand firmly with the ongoing farmers movement in India.” 

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Kangana responded sharply after Rihanna tweeted it to her. Kangana Ranaut, calling Rihanna a fool, said that we are not discussing it because the agitators are not farmers but terrorists. 

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Kangana Ranaut wrote, “Nobody is talking because they are terrorists, not farmers.” Those who want to divide India so that China takes over our country and forms a Chinese colony like USA. Sit calmly idiot. We are not fools like you who sell your country. ‘ However, stars like Swara Bhaskar and Richa Chadha have also supported Rihanna.

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