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CodeMiko fires shots at Amouranth and Indiefoxx over "earlicking esports"

The virtual streamer shared some harsh words towards the bathtub superstars.
Update: Twitch has now banned Amouranth and Indiefoxx from the platform.

Original story:

It’s CodeMiko, the “NPC in the video game world” who’s taken Twitch and the internet by storm, at it again with another roast in less than a week.

This time, bathtub streamers Jenelle “Indiefoxx” Dagres and Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa were Miko’s targets after taking down “super kid-friendly and awful” Tyler “Ninja” Blevins.

Mocking the two models because of the latest ASMR modus operandi of licking a plastic item that holds a very sensible mic inside, the Vtuber didn’t hold back whilst pulling both of their broadcasts while streaming herself. 

“Ah yes. We have our two ladies: Amouranth and Indiefoxx. Who will win in this challenge? Who will win in these Grand Finals of Ear Licking ASMR? Two Twitch th*ts, I mean, two Twitch classy ladies”, CodeMiko ‘casted’, stopping ‘before they get banned.’

  

The clip itself has over 80,000 views whilst the post over at the infamous LivestreamFails subreddit has +2,000 likes and +200 comments fighting over the nature of Miko’s comments and the alleged abuse of Twitch’s rulebook.

The streaming platform was shaken to its core after they officially introduced the Pools, Hot Tubs & Beaches category stating that “being perceived as sexy is not against our rules.”

Whilst the major personalities have been beefing with each other and blogs all over the internet have been set on fire with the change, the category itself was accepted as a divider between gaming and hot tub streams.

But, this latest outburst of judgement and attention resembles that of the category’s birth and inception, meaning the backlash could foreshadow yet another Twitch intervention to calm things down.