Amouranth fires back at claims she “uses thirsty boys for money”
Sep 16, 2019
Twitch streamer Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa is back on the platform after a short ban, and she’s already dealing with some drama.
One viewer took to Amouranth’s chat to call her “not kind hearted” for “using thirsty boys for money.” And Amouranth had a lot to say in response to that accusation.
“You don’t even know me,” she began.
Amouranth discussed her varous charity work before she’d started streaming. This included forming a charity organization where she would dress up as a princess and visit children with cancer who were stuck in the hospital. She also noted that she was currently raising money for a rescue ranch, which she called the “entire reason I’m streaming right now.”
“You can stop assuming and projecting because nobody touches your peepee and you’re mad about it. Just ’cause you sub to a girl doesn’t mean she has to fuck you, bro. Calm down,” Amouranth said.
“Idiots,” she added.
While getting her room ready for the stream, Amouranth continued to rant about the comment. She told her followers she was “just being real,” since there was no reason that he should be mad at her for sitting on a chair, eating rice, and talking about animals.
“That’s just the truth,” she said.
It seemed like the user who made the comment didn’t respond further, or at least Amouranth was ignoring any further comments from them.
With over 1.4 million Twitch followers, Amouranth is a popular streamer who is often found in the Just Chatting category. While this particular Twitch user seemed bothered by Amouranth’s success, most of her followers seem content watching her playing Just Dance, showing off cosplay costumes, and simply chatting with her fans.
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