Mia Khalifa is a trending topic on the Twitter feed of some NFL player or the other, and apparently it's no coincidence. Most recently, former quarterback Donovan McNabb was seen tweeting about his love for "Lebanese-American goddess'" Instagram page.

However, McNabb retracted these words and tweeted, "I apologize for the messages sent out from my account yesterday. I was unfortunately hacked temporarily."

McNabb blaming the "hackers" after accidentally sharing the link on his own page seemed like a cop-out attempt on his part. However, it seems unlikely that he would pin it to the top of his page if it was an accident. This suggests that there is a hacker on the loose who is using Khalifa's Instagram to violate other people's accounts.

Khalifa also has a bad rep online, especially after she made tasteless remarks about Caitlyn Jenner's transition. The transphobic comments about Caitlyn Jenner that the porn star had made a couple of weeks ago still remain unexplained. She had written: "My N**** Bruce went from paying $20 to get in the club to free before 11:30" and "Beware of Decepticons, gentlemen!"

Although she has taken down most of the comments she said regarding Jenner, posts in which she claims Brett Favre was looking at Caitlyn Jenner as if he was saying he would send a photo of his private parts to her cannot be taken lightly. 

She also made headlines after she revealed the messages that "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Porsha Williams' boyfriend, NFL star Duke Williams, had sent her.