Mia Khalifa laughs off death rumours tweeting 'I'm not dead yet' Monty Python meme after Facebook tribute page mystery

MIA Khalifa has laughed off death rumours by tweeting a funny Monty Python meme indicating she is alive and well.

Fans of the former porn star were worried after her Facebook profile mysteriously turned into a tribute page.

But now Mia Khalifa’s Twitter handle shared a meme of a scene from the popular 1975 movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

She didn't add a comment but the meme said: “I'm not dead yet! I feel fine”, appeared to indicate that she was aware of the rumours.

Rumours swirled online yesterday after her official Facebook account – with over 4.2million followers – changed to a memorial page titled "Remembering Mia Khalifa".

The profile states: "Remembering Mia Khalifa. We hope that people who love Mia Khalifa will find comfort in visiting their profile to remember and celebrate their life."

Her profile photo has then removed, while above her name is the word "Remembering."

All the ex- Pornhub icon's posts have disappeared and been replaced a section that allows her "friends and family to remember and honour them."

It is currently unclear whether the model turned sports presenter's account has been hacked or a prank of some kind, and she has not explained how this happened.

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This is not the first time death rumours of the star have circulated online.

Back in 2020, the ex-porn actress laughed off a death hoax she came across on Twitter.

The tweet read: "Very Shocking……. Mia khalifa commits suicide.RIP #miakhalifaِ" to which she replied: "Please don’t think I’m not keeping track of each of my friends that haven’t sent condolence flowers yet."

The Lebanese-American webcam model called off her wedding celebration to Robert Sandberg despite the pair trying their "absolute hardest."

The pair had previously delayed their June 2020 wedding due to the Covid pandemic.

Mia opened up about the terrifying death threats she received from ISIS over her infamous hijab sex scene.

ISIS shared a manipulated image of her, showing her about to be beheaded by an ISIS executioner, with a message warning she's going to Hell.

The terror group also hacked her Instagram and posted jihadi propaganda on her feed before the social media giant shut down her account.

The former pornstar previously slammed the porn industry and urged girls to avoid it, saying it will haunt her until she dies.

Earlier this month the 27-year-old shared a sexy snap with her 22.4 million Instagram followers to promote her new OnlyFans account.

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