One day after the coordinated militant assaults on Friday the 13th of November on Paris, France resulting to the death of 129 people and injuring of 352 more, social media site Facebook has suggested to its users to change their profile pictures by draping them with the national flag of France.
Their original profile pictures will not disappear if the Facebook users opt to take the suggestion of the social media site. It will just come off as a watermark that will blend with the red, white, and blue colors of the French flag.
While many Facebook users immediately took in the suggestion of the social media site to show their support to the people of France, it seems like adult film star Mia Khalifa does not buy the reasoning and logic behind the initiative.
The most searched adult film star on Pornhub took to Twitter to say that people should be more sensitive about the situation. The Lebanese-American sarcastically remarked on her tweet that there is nothing that says ‘Prayers for Paris’ quite like a narcissistic selfie with a flag over it, notes the International Business Times of UK.
The message from Facebook
Facebook has yet to react from Mia Khalifa’s swipe over its initiative, but it seems unlikely that the social media site would bother to issue a response to the porn star’s opinion.
After the attacks on Paris, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg expressed his heartfelt emotions to the people of France for the senseless actions that lead to the death of more than a hundred people and injuring more than 350 others.
Zuckerberg said in his message that his thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Paris. He said that such kind of violence has no place in any city or any country in the world. He said that Facebook has activated Safety Check, so if any of the users of the social media site is in Paris, they can mark themselves safe or check on their friends and families.
The Facebook CEO explained that over the last few years, there have been many disasters and crises where people have turned to the internet for help. He said that they see people use Facebook each time to check on their loved ones and see if they are safe.
He added that connecting with people is always valuable, but it is during crises that these moments matter most. Safety Check is the social media site’s way of helping the community during natural disasters while giving users an easy and simple way to say that they are safe and check on all their friends and families in one place, cites Zuckerberg.
Instagram account still compromised
Meanwhile, it has been reported late last month that Mia Khalifa has already retrieved her Instagram account which fell into the hands of hackers in September. But fans are still skeptical and wary until Mia Khalifa makes the confirmation.
The hacking was allegedly done by those elusive haters and so-called moralists. Ironically, it was BroBible which made the announcement that Mia Khalifa was back on Instagram in September. However, shortly thereafter, the site changed its mind and said that it is not really sure if it’s Mia already because the account continues to post nude pictures of the porn star.
And as expected, the photos are immediately deleted by Instagram but some of her followers are able to save some before the photo-sharing app manages to take them down.
It seems that Mia Khalifa’s Instagram account is still compromised, but nobody is complaining. Not even Mia herself.
Mia Khalifa may really have something against the Kardashian-Jenner clan or she just hates the family’s reality show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” to her guts so much so that she takes a swipe at them whenever she sees an opportunity.
Last summer, she drew the ire of netizens on social media sites after making fun of Caitlyn Jenner, the former Bruce Jenner.
Mia was accused of being transphobic after her social media assault on the 65-year-old transgender. Transphobia is the intense dislike or prejudice against transsexual or transgender people.