I have something new for your to fall. Twitch streamer Amouranth has been known for her bizarre online antics since a few years ago. She is the subject of many funny memes. Her YouTube channel is run by an Indian girl. She has been crowdfunding bizarre, unusual, and sometimes very gross products. To everyone’s surprise, she now plans to sell her fart products. It is common for people to work hard to achieve the top.
But one girl is going the unconventional route. Amouranth is a streamer from the United States who is well-known for selling tiny jars full of fart, shampoo, and bathwater. You can find her stream, which she has been streaming for over 40 years, here. These donations have made her a household name in the eCommerce industry and received positive attention from a variety of people. Amouranth isn’t the only streamer who does strange things to promote her channel. She did sell fart jars, however. Here are some of her recent sales
You can include items such as bathwater valued at $1,000 and a jar of fartwater that she purchased for $2,000 just recently. This is how Amouranth has grown her channel in 2 years of streaming live. To help fund her streaming, she also sells her artwork online and eco-friendly containers online. Amouranth is who? You’re likely asking this question if you’re looking at this video. Amouranth is also known as
Danii Harris is a Twitch streamer that has almost 2 million subscribers. Although her stats won’t blow you away, it’s not because she engages viewers in complex interactions like Fortnite or simply luck. (I’m thinking of Dr. DisRespect). Amouranth sells jars full of her farts. Amouranth is a Twitch streamer, and cosplayer. Her Twitch channel has over 2.4 million subscribers, which made her a star in the community.
Her star power on Twitch is being overshadowed by the controversy surrounding what she sells in return for tips. Amouranth, aka Lizzie Ward, started out as a YouTuber. Her videos covered everything from challenges and pranks she performed on friends to her own challenges. Ward began as an Instagram streamer. Within two months, she had more than 2 million followers.