Amouranth Responds

Amiel Rose Andres - July 25, 2022
Amouranth Responds

Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa, a successful Twitch streamer, has issued an update on her OnlyFans retirement, claiming she has had to push it back by roughly six months due to shifting plans for her business projects.

She said in April that she will be leaving the subscription service in June in order to move away from “e-girl” content and focus on more steam-oriented projects. Her fans were in for a major shock because of the incredible sum of money she has made from it. But after building a strong foundation, the unwavering star decided she wanted to take her career in a different route. However, some Amouranth detractors are now saying that because June has passed and her OnlyFans account is still operational, she lied to viewers about it.  

Amouranth acknowledged it was still going to happen, but later in the year, since she intended to utilize the money raised to fund the creation of her own anime convention to rival Anime Matsuri in Houston. 

On July 25th, she tweeted; “I am about to embark upon a crusade, and I’m going to fund it myself. We’re going to build a convention from the ground up. So the OnlyFans retirement is punted six months or a year because plans change in life.”

According to her remarks, Amouranth will retire in 2023, giving her plenty of time to raise the cash she requires given how successful her OnlyFans are. However, it is not the only thing the well-known Twitch streamer has in mind. She is also working on developing a “e-girl” agency, a dog rescue facility, hosting investment streams, and other things. Her goals are unshakeable. Additionally, she intends to accomplish all of that when her stream expands. With 8.38 million hours viewed between April and June, she was the most popular female Twitch streamer. She will be prepared even if she decides to leave OnlyFans.

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