Former pornstar Mia Khalifa has uploaded a selfie for the first time since splitting with her fiancé.
The model announced to her 25 million Instagram followers last week that she and Robert Sandberg had parted ways after couple trying their "absolute hardest" to make it work.
Since revealing she had become single again Mia tweeted "My block button has never been exercised more" after a flurry of messages from randy men.
On Wednesday the Khalifa who works as an influencer and sports commentator returned to Instagram with an intense snap of her staring into the camera.
She captioned the picture: "Oh, hi" with a smiley emoji surrounded by hearts.
Instantly reminding fans of Mia's new relationship status, US sports reporter, Julia Elbaba commented on the post: "SINGLE LOOKS GOOD ON YOU BOO" followed by a series of hearts.
Clearly, others were in agreement as the comment racked up hundreds of likes, however, not everyone thought it was an appropriate remark.
One follower replied: "I believe writing that she looks good as a single right after a divorce announcement is incredibly rude."
Another added: "Louder for those in the back. She looks good regardless if she's married or not."
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A third wrote: "I get you're being supportive and all but from all the things you could mention here you go for one thing that's invisible – a status – and shouldn't affect how one looks?
"How about simply the way she looks? Or the hair? Or the smile? Or the attitude? Or the confidence? Or, better, if she's OK and happy? Let's support with the things that really matter."
It is unclear how long the pair were dating before they got engaged in March 2019 but the first picture of Robert to appear on her Instagram was posted in August 2018.
Khalifa, who rose to fame after wearing a hijab in a controversial porn video, announced her separation from Sandberg in an Instagram post accompanied by a black and white photograph of their shadows.
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The statement reads: "We can confidently say we gave it our all in making our marriage work but after almost a year of therapy and efforts we are walking away knowing we have a friend in each other, and that we truly tried.
"We will always love and respect each other because we know that not one isolated incident caused our split, but rather, a culmination of unresolvable, fundamental differences that no one can blame the other for."
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