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Trainwrecks labels Amouranth's TwitchCon performance "shameless"

by Andy Williams

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Popular Twitch streamer Tyler ‘Trainwreckstv’ Niknam labeled Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa’s performance on the Just Dance stage TwitchCon 2019 as “shameless”.

TwitchCon 2019 is nearing its end, as thousands have flocked to see their favorite streamer in real life. One streamer whose attendance was on the rocks was Amouranth, who was recently banned from the platform in a highly publicized incident,

A lewd wardrobe malfunction that led to the streamer receiving a temporary (albeit short-lived) ban from Twitch, but the 25-year-old confirmed that she would indeed be making an appearance at the convention.

Amouranth (Twitch)
Amouranth (Twitch)
Moments before the incident that led to Amouranth's ban.

While Amouranth’s show was in full-flow, fellow Twitch streamer, Trainwreckstv, arrived and was surprised to see Amouranth up on the stage with the other dancers.

Trainwrecks has previously suggested that Amouranth's Twitch ban incident could have been a deliberate ploy for attention.

After watching the performance for a few minutes, Niknam glanced over at Siragusa, who was crouched over on-stage, greeting and taking pictures with her fans, before going on to label the situation as “shameless”.

The use of the term 'shameless' is somewhat of a running joke in Trainwrecks stream, and his viewers spammed it incessantly in the chat.

One of the Amouranth faithful overheard the comment and jumped to her defense by responding with: “That’s called having fans.”

Trainwreckstv then responded by drawing the attention of the camera and exclaiming: “That’s what I call shamelessness.”

He then left the show, commenting on his way out, "that's enough shamelessness for me!"

This isn’t the first time that Niknam has been critical of Amouranth, given that he has previously voiced his opinion of her intent. After her wardrobe malfunction led to an exponential increase in her Twitch following (upon her return to the streaming platform), he claimed that she was “sexually baiting people”.