Making $1.5M/Month On OnlyFans And Twitch: Amouranth | My Life Online

In this episode of My Life Online, we dive into the life of Amouranth, one of the most-watched women on Twitch, who rakes in 1.5 Million Dollars a month. 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?

Earthquake On Dave Chappelle Cancelled By Trans Community: A Fan Only Blows When You’re Hot

In this clip, Earthquake started out speaking about working with Dave Chappelle, which led to questions about the backlash Chappelle has received about his latest stand-up show, “The Closer.” Earthquake explained that there’s no joke that exists that won’t offend people, and he went on to state that people don’t need a reason to hate someone. After speaking about not taking offense to the opinions of strangers, Earthquake stated that a “fan only blows when it’s hot.”

Brittany Renner On Advice She’d Give An Aspiring IG Model

In this clip, Brittany Renner talked about launching her own podcast and working on the follow-up to her book. Brittany and Vlad also discussed investing and becoming financially independent. Later, she pondered about what advice she’d give any young aspiring IG model. While her answer seemed a bit cliche, it was the most important someone could receive: be yourself. Brittany talked about the importance of maintaining your identity and why it’s crucial in the world of social media.

Brittany Renner: If PJ Washington Was 6 Years Older Than Me It’d Be “Normal”

Brittany Renner and Vlad spoke about what marriage looks like for Renner, following a question that John Salley asked. From there, Renner spoke about trying to be out of the limelight while with someone, and even said she debated on deleting her social media. She said that despite the thought, she doesn’t feel she has to shrink herself to be with a man, or water herself down. From there, Renner and Vlad talked about the effects of social media on relationships, and how people need to put their phone down.

Brittany Renner also explained her willingness to accept responsibility for her role in her failed relationships. She also talked about dealing with double standards relating to age. On her ability to be accountable for the outcomes of her relationships, Renner explained that “when you blame others, you miss out on the opporunity to grow. She admitted to still loving PJ Washington but acknowledged why the relationship no longer worked and learning lessons from the relationship that she’ll carry into her next romance. To hear more, check out the clip above.

Van Lathan And Vlad Argue About Los Angeles Being “Fake”

In this clip, Van Lathan spoke about moving to Los Angeles in 2005 and being determined to make his own way. When Vlad spoke about his experience living in L.A. for the first time and feeling like it was fake, Van explained that he sees a lot of people falling into the same trap because they get caught up in what they believe is the L.A. lifestyle. Van then detailed how he took the bus to his first job at a video game company, and he added that he met a lot of real L.A. people by interacting in his community. From there, Van spoke about how people succeed in L.A. by sticking it out and figuring out their own way. To hear more, including Van speaking about celebrities tricking him into not being filmed for TMZ, hit the above clip.

Apollonia Only Made $30K From ‘Purple Rain’, Receives “Very Little” Royalties

In this clip, Apollonia discussed how she landed her role in ‘Purple Rain.’ She talked about finding an announcement for auditions in a local magazine for actors and smashing the audition. When Apollonia eventually met Prince, however, she was taken aback by how shy and “delicate” he was. But when it came to the financial side, Apollonia revealed that she only made $30K for the entire film and receives “very little” royalties.