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Mia Khalifa didn't take shower for 2 days, know more on her recent activities

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 26-03-2020 14:41 IST | Created: 26-03-2020 14:41 IST
Mia Khalifa didn't take shower for 2 days, know more on her recent activities
File photo Image Credit: Instagram (miakhalifa)

The Lebanese-American pornographic actress, Mia Khalifa recently shared a picture on her Instagram account in which she has said that she has not showered for two days.

In her post, she captioned, "I haven't showered in two days, this was the last time I wore something not elastic 😭"

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I haven't showered in two days, this was the last time I wore something not elastic 😭

A post shared by Mia K. (@miakhalifa) on

We can not deny the fact that Mia Khalifa is having a huge social media following as her post gets more than 557k likes. The 27-year-old Lebanese-American social media personality took to Instagram with a rewarding venture for her fans who are stuck at home due to the global coronavirus epidemic.

Mia captioned, " Kinda miss the outdoors / Kinda happy indoors where I'm not infecting anyone high risk or myself #saferathome #butijustgottheseeditsback 😂"

Also, Mia Khalifa has revealed her marriage date with her boyfriend, Robert Sandberg who is a Swedish chef.

Mia made the announcement via social media that Robert Sandberg proposed to her. She revealed that her answer was Yes.

"Chicago. One year ago today, @robertsandberg, a nervous mess, asked me to marry him ♥️ The answer was yes then, yes today, and yes for life on June 10th," said Mia Khalifa.

If Mia Khalifa and Robert Sandberg marry each other, it will her second marriage. She was reportedly married to her high school beau in February 2011. They separated in 2014 and divorced in 2016. During that period, mainly between 2014 and 2015, she was a pornographic actress.

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