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Time to catch up on news around the world as it is happened and happening. We will start with Mia Khalifa today. Mia Khalifa is a former adult actress who has set the record straight on earning millions from porn. Mia Khalifa while in the business, may have been one of the most popular actresses on the porn website, PornHub. She has set the record straight on how much she received in compensation for her roles, Mia Khalifa went on twitter and revealed to the world that she only made 12, 000 dollars during her porn career.
In a tweet posted by Khalifa, who is also known as Mia Callista, wrote “People think I’m racking in millions from porn. Completely untrue. I made a total of 12, 000 dollars in the industry and never saw a penny again after that. Difficulty finding a normal job after quitting porn… Was scary, to clarify, I was never promised millions nor do i expect it. I am just clarifying common misconceptions about me, and in turn, about the industry. I was involved in porn so briefly, but my actions spread like wildfire, and I continue to be ranked (truly baffles me) 5 years after leaving the industry. This is why people think I still perform”, though Mia Khalifa spent 3 months as an adult actress, leaving the industry in 2015, she continues to be one of the most popular searches on PornHub, according to xHamster, she was the most searched adult actress in 2016.
After porn Khalifa kept up her social media profile as a source of income, she was looking for more traditional jobs, like paralegal or bookkeeper, before parlaying her social media following into a career as a sports commentator.
Onto Hong-Kong now, the flights in Hong-Kong have resumed as protests have subsided. Operations at Hong-Kong International Airport are resuming after days long pro-democracy protests forced hundreds of flights to be cancelled at one of the world’s busiest air hubs.
In Hong-Kong a total of 310 flights were cancelled in the 24 hours since midnight Monday, according to The South china Morning Post. The Hong-Kong based English language daily said some protesters remained in the airport’s arrival area. Hong Kong’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, defended police action against the demonstrators, saying authorities were trying to use “the lowest level of force” to deal with protesters. She did however echo amnions statements last week from Beijing, warning that violence would lead Hong-Kong” down a path of no return”.
Carrie Lam speaking at a news conference said the demonstrations now in their tenth week, had pushed the city into a state of panic and chaos. “Hong-Kong, as an open, free, very tolerant, economically stable city will see severe wounds”, this was predicted by Carrie Lam.
Hong-Kong, is a former British colony, was returned to china in 1997 under an agreement between London and Beijing guaranteeing the city a high degree of autonomy. Under a pledged “one country, two systems” approach, china was to allow Hong-Kong its own laws and maintain its own judicial system.
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