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The former adult star has joined forces with the celebrity shout-out site to support the humanitarian efforts following the devastating explosion that destroyed much of Beirut earlier this month.
Sharing a video on Instagram, the 27-year-old urged her fans and followers to get involved, assuring them that all of the money will be going to the Red Cross.
The clip was posted with the caption: "Link in my bio to DM me on @cameo or book me to roast your ex, or to shoutout your basic frat, or to wish your third cousin who kinda looks like me a happy birthday (some of y'all are weird, but I'll deal with it if it's for @lebaneseredcross)."
This is the latest attempt by Mia to help the charity. Earlier this month, she raised $100,000 (£76,414) by flogging her trademark black glasses.
Khalifa wrote on Instagram: "I'm just trying to get creative, there's always more that can be done and this felt like a cheeky way to raise funds and make sure the conversation and attention doesn't diverge from this crisis.
"Creeps are welcome, your money is just as green as ours.
"I'm putting the link in my bio for a few hours then changing it back to the Beirut Relief resources landing page. After that I'll house the links/posts in a pinned memory for ready access.
"Happy bidding, ya filthy animals."
Listing the item's condition as 'used and abused', Khalifa wrote: "The novelty glasses are the best prop, I will sign them (if you want), and take one last polaroid wearing them before sending them off to their new home!!!"
The star has also been adding extra items to the auction 'every $25k raised', including a 'used sideburn razor', 'the loofa I've been meaning to switch out' and 'my retainer'.
"Let's raise some money to benefit Lebanon's most valuable asset at this time of crisis, the Lebanese Red Cross," the listing said, adding: "Let's get wild and raise a s*** ton of money for the Lebanese people."
If you want to donate to the Lebanese Red Cross, you can do so by clicking here.
Topics: World News