Mia Khalifa Divides Opinion With Marriage Advice Urging People To ‘Leave These Men’

Mia Khalifa's marriage advice has sparked a huge debate on TikTok.
Credit: @miakhalifa/Instagram & @miakhalifa/TikTok

The former adult star has sparked a heated debate on TikTok with some controversial marriage advice. 

Mia Khalifa, 30, gained popularity in the adult entertainment industry, becoming one of the highest-ranked performers on P***Hub.

She later transitioned out of the industry and embarked on various ventures, including a jewellery business.

Now, Khalifa has dished out some marriage advice that’s caused a bit of a stir.

Drawing from her own experiences of multiple marriages and engagements, Khalifa encourages women not to be afraid to leave unhappy relationships, emphasising that marriage is a commitment, not a sanctimonious bond, and people should prioritise personal happiness and well-being.

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In a viral TikTok post, Khalifa shared her relationship history, including getting married at 18, divorced at 21, married again at 25, divorced at 28, and later ending an engagement at 30.

She playfully referred to herself as the ‘Tom Brady’ of the marriage game, keeping her love life dynamic and unpredictable.

She said: “Married at 18. Divorced at 21. Second marriage. Married at 25. Divorced at 28. Third engagement.

“Engaged at 29. Ended it at 30, but I kept the ring. I’m still keeping Tom Brady on his toes.”

The performer went on to insist women should ‘not be afraid to leave these men’.

Mia Khalifa
Mia Khalifa has sparked a heated debate on TikTok with some controversial marriage advice. Credit: @miakhalifa/Instagram

She added: “We are not stuck with these people.

“Marriage is not a sanctimonious thing. It is paperwork. It is a commitment you make to someone, but if you feel like you’re not getting anything from that commitment and you’re trying, you got to go.

“You got to go. You have to go.

“I know it’s difficult to fill out paperwork, and to make appointments and to do all of these things, but this your f***ing life, you want to be stuck with someone?”

Khalifa’s message resonated with some viewers, who supported her stance on prioritising personal worth and not settling for unsatisfying relationships.

One fan commented: “Marriage never comes above your own personal worth. No one needs to be settling for situations that don’t serve them. All power to you, Miss K.”

However, Khalifa’s advice faced criticism from others who argued that divorce might not be as simple as just paperwork, especially when children are involved.

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Additionally, some viewers disagreed with her perspective on marriage, believing it to be sacred and not merely contractual.

One person writes: “Married means ‘for better or for worse’. You have to get through the tough stuff.”

Another adds: “It’s not the same if you have kids.”

Responding to comments, Khalifa addressed concerns about children, stressing the importance of teaching them not to tolerate unhappiness for the sake of others.

@miakhalifa Replying to @Nikki Jones ♬ original sound – Mia K.

She also questioned the idea that financial stability should outweigh personal freedom and happiness, suggesting that sacrificing one’s independence might be a greater cost in the long run.

While Khalifa’s marriage advice may not be for everyone, her candid and straightforward approach has certainly sparked conversations and reflections on the true nature of commitment and personal fulfilment within relationships.

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Written by Cal Gaunt

Cal is a former content editor at IGV who specialised in writing trending and entertainment news. He previously worked as a news reporter at the Lancashire Telegraph and earned an NCTJ in Sports Journalism.