Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa has called for a boycott of the world's "predatory" porn industry in a rallying call to her 3.9million followers on Twitter.

The model, who has often spoken out against the industry since she briefly became a star back in 2014, delivered her message by sarcastically tweeting: “I don’t boycott the predatory porn industry and support creators directly instead” – followed by a series of red flag emojis.

The Lebanon-born star was catapulted to worldwide fame seven years ago off the back of an adult video in which she wore a hijab.

She has previously claimed the scene was intended to be satirical, and argued that the common depiction of Muslims in Hollywood blockbusters was more negative than her portrayal in the X-rated flick.

After triggering death threats from international terrorist group ISIS, the scene went viral and Mia, then 24, received a torrent of online abuse that ultimately led to her quitting the industry three months later.

She spoke about her troubles during that time in a podcast released in March this year.

The 28-year-old said: "To have the most isolating feeling, you’re alone, you have people sending you death threats and your family at the time not supporting you, how did you get here today? A lot of people wouldn’t have been able to get through that.

"I don’t know where I was because that is around the time I started disassociating and just compartmentalising and pretending like things never happened – to the point where I didn’t talk about porn for the first like three years after, I just went quiet and never spoke about it.

"Over time I did interviews and that was the one thing they were not allowed to ask me about, I refused to acknowledge that I did it and it wasn’t until therapy that I realised how detrimental that is."

This isn't the first time Mia's used her social media to share some strong opinions with her many followers.

Last month the star took to Instagram to share that she was not too flattered with a fan's large leg tattoo portrait of her.

Although meant to be a compliment to their love of the star, Mia was instantly not a fan of the Indian artist’s work.

The Lebanese-American star shared the tattoo artist’s reel on her Instagram stories along with the words “please say sike…this is…terrible”.

Going by the name Arjun Tattooz, who appears to have done the tattoo on himself, the Delhi artist was still very pleased by the response Mia gave him, despite it not being positive.

In a more recent post alongside a video of Mia’s reaction, Arjun wrote “Thank you so much @miakhalifa and insta friends for (4 millions) views”.

And back in August she delivered a stunning monologue to her followers in which she slammed the CIA for their role in the recent chaos in Afghanistan – and went on to accuse the country's president of fleeing to Ibiza in the wake of the Taliban coup.

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