Tila Tequila has always been a bit weird. The TV and social media personality has a reputation for making outlandish comments and being, well, a massive troll.
But now the famous-for-being-famous flat-earther has celebrated the death of an adult film actress while claiming, bizarrely, that she 'prayed for it'. OK then.
The 36-year-old made the frankly distasteful comments in the wake of the recent death of porn star Olivia Nova, who died yesterday aged just 20.
Posting a screen shot of a news article about Olivia's death, Tequila claimed the adult film industry would suffer more deaths because of its 'sins'.
"Looks like more pornstars are dying or have died! Yikes!" Tequila wrote on her Facebook page. "You all better get out of this industry asap because more deaths and deadly diseases will hit this particular industry very soon because I prayed for it to be!
"God is now working his way to make this happen! Don't say I didn't warn you all! I suggest those in the porn industry to repent of your sins so that you MAY be saved! FOR THE WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Okaaaaay.
Tila then praised 'the God of Justice' using the hashtags #DeadPornstars #Sin #Death and #GetOut. I think you get the picture.
Tila looks to be referring to the number of deaths blighting the porn industry lately, such as the death of August Ames, who died last year aged 23.
Ames took her own life last December just days after being subjected to severe criticism over Twitter after refusing to complete a scene with a man who had starred in gay porn.
Ames' fellow film star Yurizan Beltran, also known under the stage name Yuri Luv, died aged 31 just a week afterwards.
Tila's decision to wade into the debate now is all a bit distasteful to be honest, yet she's been heavily rebuked for her trolling behaviour before.
In 2015 the Singapore-born US national was removed from the Celebrity Big Brother house in the UK after producers discovered Nazi-themed posts on her social media accounts.
Tila is known to regularly post her support of Adolf Hitler and claims to be a 'Prophet of God'. Something tells us we should take everything she says with a rather hefty pinch of salt.
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