Twitch and Patreon star Amouranth teased her fans who were partaking in the No Nut November challenge.
In a recent tweet, she posted a meme with the caption:
Retweet to redeem this coupon 👀 pic.twitter.com/QAavAVAFWa
— Amouranth 😈 @Patreon (@Amouranth) November 7, 2019
“Retweet to redeem this coupon 👀”
The meme features a girl holding the sign:
Attention: You got 1 free nut during No Nut November
If you spend a lot of time in certain corners of the internet ecosystem, you’ve likely stumbled onto #NoNutNovember. It is a viral, humorous internet challenge where men give up busting a nut for the entire month of November.
In essence, it is a No Fap Month in which participants attempt to abstain from masturbation for the entire month of November.
Many fans seem to ride on Amouranth’s taunting offer:
I’ll use a coupon
Is that the NNN version of Monopoly’s ‘get out of jail free’ card?
This seems more like a tease to people doing it than a blessing 😂
Seems only fair to make use of this looking at your content 😏
Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa boasts over 1.2 Million followers on her Twitch channel, where her content is focused around the IRL section such as Just Chatting streams, ASMR videos, and adult cosplays.
Outside her streaming career, Amouranth is also a famous celebrity on Patreon — a crowdfunding platform which allows supporters to subscribe to their favorite creators. They give these creators a donation on a monthly basis.
Amouranth, for instance, is famous for her provocative and sexy cosplay content on the platform.
Her tendency to dress provocatively and dance around half-naked has been a frequent issue in the past, since she brings it across platforms. Some of her streams on Twitch seem to be in conflict with the community guidelines.
One viewer on Twitter pointed this out in a tweet:
Guess Amouranth mistook her stream for her diamond tier Patreon.
What's gonna be her excuse this time? pic.twitter.com/s9JwJq6dup
— Y O S H 🚫💦🍂 (@ItsYoshh) September 9, 2019
Guess Amouranth mistook her stream for her diamond tier Patreon. What’s gonna be her excuse this time?
Another user also echoed the sentiments in an earlier tweet:
You sell soft-core porn videos for your patreon, it doesn't sound completely out of the ordinary if someone would be asking if you sell panties lol.
— AriaNina 🎀 (@AriaNina_) December 24, 2018
You sell soft-core porn videos for your patreon, it doesn’t sound completely out of the ordinary if someone would be asking if you sell panties lol.
She was banned on Twitch after a NSFW wardrobe malfunction in September. During a livestream, she was seen casually playing with her dog and chatting to her viewers, until a major wardrobe malfunction struck like lightning.
As she rolled over, she unknowingly exposed herself multiple times.
Similar incidents have drawn long-term bans for appearing nude on stream.
Twitch streamer ‘BadBunny’ was also suspended for exposing herself on stream way back in April, while Korean Twitch star ‘Addielyn’ apologised to her viewers after starting her stream preemptively while naked.
Teasing her fans who are partaking in the No Nut November challenge doesn’t seem too out of character. When it comes to it, Amouranth’s trademark is to spice things up after all.