Top 10 Pornstars – Seduce You, Lure You, & Trap You Updated 2022

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There is no denying that porn industry one of the richest as well as there is no denying that they get the audience no matter what. People addicted to this side world start admiring their favorite sizzling hot bods and why not if they flaunt it so boldly. Here is the list of top 10 pornstars that can surely make you go crazy in 2022

Top 10 pornstars in 2022

1.    Mia Khalifa

1.    Mia Khalifa
1.    Mia Khalifa


Top 10 Pornstars : We’re in love with this girl, who isn’t? Mia Khalifa has got celebrities after her, sports stars after her and the whole porn lovers after her. She’s got one of the best bodies we have ever seen in porn and a cute face which only adds to the attraction. She seems innocent from the outside, but she most definitely isn’t.

Career in pornography
In October 2014, Khalifa entered the professional pornographic film industry. She gained great recognition following the publication of a clip from BangBros in which she appears in a hijab alongside Sean Lawless and Julianna Vega in a threesome. [4] The scene garnered rapid notoriety for Khalifa, as well as criticism from writers and religious leaders, and resulted in her parents openly disowning her. Alex Hawkins, xHamster’s Vice President of Marketing, stated “The uproar it sparked in the Arab world had something of a ‘Streisand effect.’ All of a sudden, everyone was on the lookout for her. Attempts to ban her merely increased her popularity.” Khalifa, 22, became the most searched-for artist on the pornographic video sharing website Pornhub with over 1.5 million views. Pornhub stated on December 28 of that year that she was the website’s top performer.

Khalifa received online death threats after becoming the most searched-for actress on Pornhub, including a manipulated image of her being held captive by an Islamic State executioner and a warning that she would be “the first person in Hellfire,” to which she responded jokingly, “I’ve been meaning to get a little tan recently.” Lebanese publications published stories critical of Khalifa, which she dismissed as irrelevant in light of other regional events.

Khalifa stated in an interview with The Washington Post that the contentious scene was satirical and should be interpreted as such, claiming that Hollywood films portrayed Muslims far more negatively than any pornographer could.

Among those who publicly defended her decision to pursue a career as an adult performer was British-Lebanese novelist Nasri Atallah “Moral outrage is incorrect for two reasons. To begin, as a woman, she is free to do whatever she wants with her body. As a sentient human being with agency who lives halfway around the world, she is completely autonomous and owes nothing to the country in which she was born.” Khalifa herself stated the following about the controversy: “Women’s rights in Lebanon are a long way from being taken seriously, judging by the outcry caused by a Lebanese American porn star who no longer resides there. What I previously boasted about as the most Westernized nation in the Middle East is now horribly archaic and oppressive.”

According to Pornhub data, searches for Khalifa jumped fivefold between January 3 and 6, 2015. Around a quarter of those searches originated in Lebanon, with significant numbers also coming from neighbouring Syria and Jordan. Almaza, a Lebanese brewery, advertised with a bottle of their beer next to one of Khalifa’s iconic glasses, with the statement “We are both rated 18+.” In January 2015, pop band Timeflies paid tribute to her with the release of a song named “Mia Khalifa.”

Khalifa signed a long-term contract with Bang Bros’ parent firm, WGCZ Holding, in January 2015. WGCZ Holding also owns the world’s largest free pornographic website, XVideos. Each month, her contract forced her to appear in many films. Khalifa, though, had a change of heart and resigned two weeks later. She left the profession as a result of the harsh attention she received from her global fame: “It was enlightening for me. I’m not interested in any of this, positive or negative—but it’s all terrible. I wasn’t very concerned about how my friends, family, and connections were suffering.” WGCZ Holdings owns a website using the stage name as the domain name. Khalifa stated that she is not compensated for her rights, despite the fact that it is written in her first-person voice.

Khalifa revealed in a July 2016 interview with The Washington Post that she had worked in pornography for three months and had left the profession more than a year prior, switching to a “more normal employment.” As she put it, “I suppose that was a phase of my rebelliousness. It was not intended for me. I sort of woke up and attempted to disassociate myself from that.” She stated that she continued to work as a webcam model for BangBros for eleven months after she ceased filming sequences, until Complex Networks approached her about hosting a sports show. Carter Cruise, a former performer who became a DJ jockey, blasted Khalifa for propagating the social stigma associated with sex work by withdrawing from her previous employment.

Khalifa was the most searched-for adult actress in 2016 according to xHamster in January 2017. In 2018, three years after leaving the profession, she remained Pornhub’s second highest-ranked user. Khalifa stated in August 2019 that she earned $12,000 working in porn by earning an estimated $1,000 per scene – standard contractor compensation from production studios in the industry, according to Alec Helmy, president and publisher of adult entertainment industry news site XBiz – and that she received no residuals from BangBros or Pornhub or other free sites where BangBros uploaded the videos.  While PornHub has not disclosed the income generated by Khalifa’s videos, according to a 2019 estimate by SocialBlade CEO Jason Urgo based on YouTube-like advertising revenue per view, she may have earned more than $500,000 as a PornHub partner. In July 2020, more than 1.5 million people signed a petition calling for the removal of her movies from Pornhub and BangBros and the restoration of her Internet domains.

BangBros served her with a cease and desist letter and established a website to refute her accusations about the company. According to BangBros, Khalifa earned approximately $178,000 from them and their affiliates over her more than two years in the adult industry.


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