Amouranth hits back at viewers claiming financial loss after after husband controversy- With the popular streamer Amouranth revealing her secret relationship and how she finally split from her ‘abusive’ husband, varying public opinions has left her irritated. After returning to streaming, she has been busting all such pointless opinions including one in which they claim she’s been losing money.
Amouranth gained attention after admitting her mystery husband had prevented her from discussing their relationship in public because it might affect their “business model.” The 28-year-old displayed several exchanges in which she was rebuked harshly. In the midst of the confusion, some viewers have been criticising Amouranth and accusing her of suffering financial losses; nevertheless, the hot tub streamer has hit back and blasted her “haters”.
Amouranth hits back at viewers claiming financial loss after after husband controversy
It is well known that the streamer has a few profitable initiatives already underway. The 28-year-old entrepreneur bought a $4 million gas station, a 7-Eleven outlet, and even invested $1 million in Visa stock as a birthday present for herself using the money she made from Twitch and OF (OnlyFans). Nevertheless, many viewers are convinced that she’s losing fame as well as money.
My relative purchasing power for investments has lime doubled in mere months
— Kaitlyn (@wildkait) November 4, 2022
If you’re trying to buy as much or something as possible why would you want the price to be higher? So some vanity number In a brokerage statement looks loftier? pic.twitter.com/6hGKoWDriR
To clarify, Amouranth explained how many viewers were wrong in assuming things regarding her financial situation. The streamer claims that when people criticise her investments, they are ignorant of the subject. “If my platforms and business interests were consolidated as a single org, the look through is 7-figure cash flow (after taxes) monthly, enduring despite interest rates or the economic backdrop,” she explained.
“Haters are gonna imply that asset prices being dramatically cheaper while I’m a net buyer is a BAD thing?! Neigh, I say the LOWER the BETTER,” she shot back. Siragusa continued by claiming that in recent months, her purchasing power had “doubled,” adding, “If you’re trying to buy as much or something as possible why would you want the price to be higher? So some vanity number In a brokerage statement looks loftier?”
Amidst such claims, it’s quite clear that the streamer knows best regarding her finances and investment.