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Hijab-Wearing Porn Star Mia Khalifa Got Her Own Theme Song Courtesy Of Timeflies

The duo did their, um, research on Mia and came away super inspired.

There's a saying that goes something like "if you can imagine it, there's a porn for it." And there's apparently (so we're told!) a kind of fetish porn for everything you can imagine -- and a lot you can't. But not everyone's down with making certain things sexy. Take Lebanese-American porn star Mia Khalifa's recent foray into adult scenes filmed while wearing a hijab, the traditional Muslim female headscarf.

The Miami, Florida-based, Beirut-born Khalifa, 21, rose to the No. 1 spot on the adult site Pornhub in December 2014 thanks to her... assets. But, not everyone is happy about her mixture of the sacred and the profane. In fact, she's been getting a string of death threats over a scene from one of her videos in which she and another actress both wear hijabs while having sex with a male actor.

Some of the images and threats have included a Photoshopped image entitled "Coming Soon," wherein an orange jumpsuit-wearing Khalifa is about to be beheaded by Jihadi John, the ISIS militant who is believed to be behind the beheadings of several journalists.

But, two knights in shining armor have come to her defense. The electro-pop duo and former MTV Artist To Watch Timeflies wrote an homage to Mia entitled, yes, "Mia Khalifa," in which they rap, "Know she got dumps like a truck... From New York to the bay/All the way to Lebanon/Sometimes you gotta make a decision/Took her talents 'round the world/Now she ballin' like Lebron."

Producer Rob Resnick and vocalist Cal Shapiro told MTV News that the track came together really quickly yesterday, Jan. 6, as part of their ongoing Timeflies Tuesday project (the duo releases a new song every Tuesday) and has blown up in the past 24 hours.

"If I'm being real, we were in a cab to the studio, doing our daily surf around, and her name kept popping up, and we talked about it... read some articles and did some 'research,'" explained Shapiro, 26.

Res, 25, immediately cooked up the Middle Eastern-tinged beat, and Shapiro hopped on the mic and started repeating Mia's name. "It just stuck in my head, and when the song came together, I thought, 'that's hot!' It just happened while we were f--king around and having fun."

The response was immediate, including a friendly exchange with Khalifa, who said she was excited about the track. And, unlike the porn actress, Res said the feedback so far on the song has been "overwhelmingly positive."

"There are Hollywood movies that depict Muslims in a much worse manner than any scene Bang Bros [the production company] could produce," Khalifa, who is Christian, recently told the Washington Post, adding that the scene was meant to be "satirical," not offensive.

Though she hasn't visited her home country since she was 10, Khalifa (not her real name), told the Post that the messages saying she's a "disgrace" to her country and that should kill herself hurt the most. "Hearing that my home country hates me stings more than anything else," she said.