‘Sweet Anita’ has roasted a viewer who was supposedly watching her Twitch stream while they were supposed to be working, taking them down with a perfectly timed tic which likely shook the office walls.
Sweet Anita’s meteoric rise through Twitch’s ranks has been nothing but extraordinary. She maintains one of the nicest communities on the platform, supporting her witty sense of humor and interesting stories.
The streamer hasn’t just provided entertainment to thousands around the world, but also brought awareness to Tourette’s Syndrome, a neurological condition which brings on involuntary movements and speech called tics.
Instead of shying away from her tics, Anita has embraced them, no matter how rude they can be. From roasting close friends like Dimitri ‘Greekgodx’ Antonatos to random viewers, the tics spare no victim.
One such viewer played on this, asking Anita to keep it down while they were working. However, in true Anita fashion, a perfectly timed tic made sure that everyone in the office knew what they were doing.
“Please not so loud, I’m watching you at work and I’m scared my boss will hear the stream,” Anita said, reading out the viewer's message.
As the tic came on, she raised her voice to full-on screaming, likely outing the viewer looking to enjoy her stream while on the clock. “Fire him,” she yelled. “He’s a little b*tch! He’s a little b*tch, he made my f*nny itch. Get him out, get him out!”
She had a bit of a pause, holding her hand over her mouth in shock, but the reprise didn’t last long before another tic had the already-hurt viewer reeling once again. “Get out of my country, get out of my c*nt,” she added.
She issued an apology a few seconds later, but once again, her involuntary tics had the last laugh. “Sorry guys — I’m not sorry,” she said, covering her mouth in a mix of laughter and shock.
While the tic would have shocked the boss lingering around the viewer, it was just another hilarious moment for Anita and her Twitch chat.
Every tic is a moment she can educate someone new about her condition, and while it might not be the most friendly introduction, it’s the one that has allowed her to climb to the top of Twitch and bring awareness to Tourette’s.