IndieFoxx’s initial post was reposted on Twitter by another female streamer “Melina,” after which Amouranth herself ended up joining the discussion. Although IndieFoxx did not mention Amouranth by name, she criticized her for stealing a variety of “stream ideas.”
This included outfits, stream-titles and overlays, as IndieFoxx revealed plans to get Amouranth’s “numbers” down. The post was met with huge criticism, with Melina instead accusing IndieFoxx of stealing her ideas.
Twitch streamer IndieFoxx faces huge criticism over claims that Amouranth stole her “stream-ideas”
Melina posted a screenshot of IndieFoxx’s post on Twitter, leading to a reply from Amouranth. IndieFoxx has accused Amouranth of stealing her creativity, and mentioned multiple “stream-ideas” that she thought the streamer had stolen. IndieFoxx also said that Amouranth had stolen content from fellow Twitch streamer Samantha “Pink Sparkles” Tomlensen too.
As can be seen in the post, she ended by saying that she will get Amouranth’s numbers down, and called her a lying, selfish sc*mbag. Melina responded by instead speculating that IndieFoxx had stolen her ideas in the first place, and therefore had no right to accuse Amouranth.
Amouranth ended up sharing a screenshot of the “advice” that IndieFoxx had given to her during a discussion. She said that the advice that she gave her was effectively to model her streams after other streamers. Melina and Amouranth discussed the matter in detail, as Melina called IndieFoxx nasty and obnoxious.
Amouranth is one of the most popular female Twitch streamers around, and has around 2 million followers. IndieFoxx, on the other hand, has only recently grown in popularity, and has been banned three times since January due to “indecent exposure.”
She has around 468k followers on Twitch, and ended up getting ridiculed by quite a few people.
Apart from the two streamers, another streamer “xoAriel” joined in, and accused IndieFoxx of stealing her ideas. She said that IndieFoxx had even admitted during a “hot tub stream” of stealing her setup ideas.
Leaving aside the discussion on Twitter, people on Reddit have also reacted to the controversy.