Joe Rogan stunned by Amouranth's OnlyFans earnings - and she wants to meet up

Joe Rogan stunned by Amouranth's OnlyFans earnings - and she wants to meet up
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Popular streamer and OnlyFans creator Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa has responded to Joe Rogan remarks on one of his podcast episodes.

It was recently revealed that Amouranth rakes in a staggering $57million (£45million), thanks to her online content – and Rogan was stunned.

The host called the earnings "insane," before asking "If you married that girl, how would you tell her to get a regular job?"

Amouranth later shared the snippet to X/Twitter, writing: "Mention me by name next time, @JoeRogan I don’t bite!"

She added: "I would love to come on!"

Enthusiastic fans soon flooded the tweet, with one writing: "Oh boy that would be an interesting show."

"I am so here for this collab," another added, while a third insisted: "You heard the girl give her an interview Joe!!!"

Meanwhile, one X user joked: "Joe Rogan acting like he doesn't know who Amouranth is."

Rogan's discussion comes after Amouranth revealed that she was in the "top 0.01% of all creators" on OnlyFans.

She shared a screenshot online which showed her impressive income over the course of four years.

From OnlyFans alone, Amouranth made more than $20 million (£15.8 million) from subscriptions, $10 million (£7.9 million) from tips and $26.5 million (£20.8 million) from messages between 1 January 2020 and 3 January 2024.

She also has a major following on Kick, Twitch, TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, Cameo, Discord, Patreon and more – including a collaboration with Polish drinks company The Order of Yoni to create a new beer using her yeast.

"It’s hilarious. People will buy it for sure," Amouranth told Dexertowhen the collaboration was announced.

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