A Twitch user took to Twitter to show a recent message he had received from OnlyFans model and Twitch streamer Jenelle “indiefoxx” Dagres. In the message, indiefoxx promised “hot stuff not seen on Twitch” if the user would subscribe to her OnlyFans account.
WTF IS THIS? Actually a porn site pic.twitter.com/alwib2XMFm
— Empirrre (@Empirrretv) April 13, 2021
Despite the user’s concern, Linktrees with links to other platforms have been allowed on Twitch for months. This includes links to OnlyFans. Many Twitch Ambassadors have similar Linktrees in their own bios. It’s become increasingly common of late for some OnlyFans models to use Twitch as a means of gaining more customers thanks to hot tub streams and other opportunities for sexually suggestive live streaming content on the website.
But that doesn’t mean everyone is happy with this latest development.
indiefoxx has been in the Twitch community spotlight for a while now. She was most recently banned for three days after she promised VIP status to people who donated to her, which went against Twitch’s Terms of Service. Twitch users can’t be unbanned from channels in exchange for donations, which might have been a consequence of what indiefoxx had been offering.
This didn’t bother indiefoxx, who quickly took to Twitter to advertise her OnlyFans while she was receiving additional attention for the ban.
But the streaming community has been frustrated with indiefoxx since she was banned four times in a row seemingly without any major consequences. Now it looks like indiefoxx is back on Twitch and still pushing its limits through her content. This time she is sending emails advertising her OnlyFans, which is allowed, but may be found morally questionable by some users in the community.
I got gifted an Amouranth sub, this was my mailbox after a week. Every single one promotes her link.tree/OF in some sort of way. pic.twitter.com/Jsfa5DRj1U
— ribit (@ribitx) April 13, 2021
Just because it’s perfectly legal on Twitch doesn’t mean everyone likes it. Though for subscribers to streamers like indiefoxx and Amouranth, these advertisements may not be entirely unwelcome.