Ex-Porn Star Mia Khalifa Spots Prince’s ‘Ghost’ At New Vikings Stadium

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Retired porn star Mia Khalifa started her new job as an NFL commentator with a supernatural bang, by claiming she felt the late great Prince’s presence at a Vikings game. 

The occasion was momentous enough, with the Vikings beating the Packers 17-14 in the first ever game to be played in their U.S. Bank stadium, and a half time show dedicated to the Viking’s biggest fan; Prince himself.

You can watch the touchdown and the halftime tribute below:

But true to form, Khalifa’s commentary glamourised the game, as she claimed divine intervention from Prince himself.

She pointed out that Prince’s favourite team scored the first ever touchdown at their new $1bn home when play saw Aaron Rodgers find Jordy Nelson for a one-yard strike.

In her new column on FanSided, Khalifa wrote:

Aaron Rodgers found Jordy Nelson for a 1-yard strike. Rodgers to Nelson. Prince Rogers Nelson.

Bananas. Leave it to Prince to show up and make things wilder and weirder than how he found them. Like he always did.

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In case you didn’t know, Prince’s full name was Prince Rodgers Nelson. All she was missing was one letter, you know, and the name by which everyone in the world knew the iconic Purple Rain singer best…

While Mia’s credentials as a legitimate sports fan-turned-expert have been called into question – although her predictions thus far have actually been accurate – you can’t deny that she loves the game.

But maybe not as much as she loves Prince…

It looks like Mia’s two worlds collided and she got a little confused, or maybe she’s just suffering from a case of wishful thinking.

While I welcome all women to the sports commentary stage, I fear Khalifa and her far-fetched reporting may be giving community journalism – particularly from women interested in sports – a bad name.

On the upside, her new career could be the best argument for transferable skills we’ve ever heard.


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