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I would do unspeakable things to earn $1,5 million (roughly R23 million) a month.
Of course, there’s nothing wrong with opening up an OnlyFans side hustle and some do it far better than others.
In fact, 2021 saw her claim the title of most-watched female streamer on Twitch for the first time.
Clearly, Amouranth knows her audience well. Before we get to a profile of sorts, here’s her latest autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) video:
It is what it is and it’s working for her.
VICE spoke with Amouranth about what it takes to climb to the top of the Twitch pile and the stresses that come with that:
Kaitlyn Siragusa, aka Amouranth, spent 60% of the last 5 years (that’s 1055 days) live streaming and often live streams for 14 hrs straight – gaming, dancing, talking to fans, licking microphones and even sleeping.
Because her content is considered to be sexually risque, she often gets trolled, swatted & banned but she does her best not to listen to the haters and works tirelessly on her media empire.
Every minute she spends online gets her closer to her ultimate goal of building an animal sanctuary– but she struggles with chronic fatigue, overall deteriorating mental health, and perpetual loneliness — is it worth it?
It’s fun and games for someone like Bella Thorne, who can take home $1 million in a single day on OnlyFans, but it’s very different for those who must churn out content daily to keep their subscribers happy.
You won’t find me feeling sorry for somebody taking home millions each month but you have to respect the grind:
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