The Lebanese-American star took to Twitter on February 25 – a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin began his invasion – and shared a diagram of how to make a Molotov cocktail, which is also known as a petrol bomb.
Khalifa’s post has garnered over 4,500 likes, however, many have taken to the comments and told her to ‘delete’ the post.
One urged the former webcam model: “This is not inappropriate and below you to post this.”
In agreement, another added: “I understand the reason behind this but please delete this, it’s not necessary for all of Twitter to know how to make a Molotov.”
Sarcastically, a third remarked: “Appropriate.”
Others took to the post and defended Khalifa, arguing that it’s important to show ‘resistance’.
“Oh my God! Thank you for [your] support! Didn’t expect you’ll talk about resistance so directly,” one penned. “It’s important to know, people around the whole world understand, how we feel here. In Ukraine, we say ‘Ікона’ (Icon) about such brave women.”
A second commented: “There are people in danger who need this, it is useful. Pack your stupidity and go elsewhere.”
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In the post, it read: “Not going the way Russia is expecting it to though, is it?”
She went on to add: “Finland, Sweden and Ireland are all expected to join Nato after this!”
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