A podcast presenter has shared the moment that he got slapped across the face by ex-porn star Mia Khalifa as punishment for losing a sports bet. You can check the video out below (it contains some strong language):
It actually happened a few years ago, but it’s recently been re-shared.
The bizarre incident took place as part of the Total Frat Move ‘Back Door Cover’ college football podcast, talking about the latest goings on in collegiate American Football.
It seems as if they have a competition each week to guess the results of the games, with a forfeit in place for anyone who loses.
That week, one of the participants Dillon Cheverere lost out and found himself standing in front of Khalifa – a guest on the show – waiting to get a slap.
She didn’t hold back, either.
In the video, you can see them setting up the shot. Everyone seems kind of nervous, but eventually Khalifa – who had been awarded the privilege by the co-host of the show – really went for it, slapping him clean across the mush when he seemed not to be expecting it.
You can even hear someone talking about doing a countdown to the slap, but she wasn’t planning on hanging around for that, and unleashed right there and then.
Resharing the footage, host Ross Bolen wrote: “Still one of the funniest moments of my career. @miakhalifa slapping the s*** out of @DCheverere in 2016. I’m the cameraman.”
Dillon responded: “There’s still a mark on my face.”
Since leaving the adult industry, Khalifa has been carving herself out a career in sports presenting, having always made no secret of her love of sports.
An avowed West Ham United fan, she’s also presented the SportsBall show since leaving her other career in front of the cameras.
Khalifa has also since admitted that she regrets much of her time in porn, and claims she made only about $12,000 (£8,800) from it.
On Twitter, she once posted: "People think I’m racking in millions from porn. Completely untrue.
"I made a TOTAL of around $12,000 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’m 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."
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