The viral Twitch streamer Amouranth has hit back at a qualified accountant for being a 'keyboard warrior' after he called her decision to buy a petrol station a 'fantasy'.
Amouranth, real name Kaitlyn Siragusa, announced last week that she has bought a Circle K petrol station for $4 million USD in order to get a tax break on her earnings.
Amouranth, who is known for her 'hot tub' channel and makes millions off of Twitch and OnlyFans, took to Twitter to explain that the petrol station purchase ended up giving her a $1,110,000 tax break due to local income tax laws.
As she only invested $1 million and borrowed the rest, Amouranth claimed she is able to pocket the $110,000 from the taxman and pay off the remaining $3 million loan using the value generated by the petrol station.
However, she was forced to defend herself when a man named Chris claimed to be a qualified accountant with a master's degree.
He called her investment "wrong on so many levels" and said "this is just fantasy" and that he "wouldn't sign that return with somebody else's pen."
Amouranth hit back at the mansplaining accountant, saying "Wow you're a bad CPA [accountant]."
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She went onto explain that the deal had already happened and outlined exactly how she plans to make thousands a year from a petrol station that she doesn't even "have to manage".
"Cold day in hell when an e-girl destroys a CPA with a masters degree in his chosen field," she added.
Amouranth is one of Twitch's most highly-paid streamers, earning an average of $133,000 dollars every month for her bikini-clad hot tub streams where she cooks steak and talks to viewers.
Earlier this year, Twitch threatened to 'demonetize' her account by removing ad revenue from her page. Last month, her main account was banned from the platform for the fifth time.
She also makes about $1 million per month on OnlyFans where subscribers can access videos and photos of her.
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