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iDubbbz’ girlfriend, Anisa Jomha, let it all hangout during her Twitch stream earlier today, clearly violating their ToS, but did not receive a ban or a warning.

Anisa Jomha, better known as iDubbbz’ girlfriend, is one of the OG booby streamer and it doesn’t look like she’s letting up anytime soon. She is challenging Twitch’s rules by wearing very revealing outfits.

NEWS: Controversial Twitch streamer reviews adult toys during live stream.

Twitch updated their Terms of Service regarding appropriate attire a while ago after their platform was flooded with failed cam girls.

The guidelines were an attempt to eliminate content deemed sexually suggestive or inappropriate.

Anisa Jomha uses Twitch like OnlyFans and wears see-through low cut tank top revealing lacy black lingerie bra.

“We’ll be looking at contextual elements such as the stream title, camera angles, emotes, panels, attire, overlays, and chat moderation,” the original blog post read. “Offering access to prohibited sexual content such as ‘lewds’ on Twitch remains prohibited.”

Alinity & Amouranth NSFW streams.

Certain female Twitch streamers, like Alinity and Amouranth, ignored the new guidelines and continued to wear revealing outfits and tease their viewers. Outraged community members would call out the aforementioned streamers and ask Twitch to enforce their rules. However, Twitch instead decided to ban the people who reported these streamers for harassment and later issued a statement.

Alinity unflattering nip slip video earns her only a 3 day ban off Twitch

Alinity did not get banned for nip-slip until she asked for it.

“As a reminder, we will not tolerate using this policy as a basis to harass streamers on or off Twitch, regardless of whether you think they’re breaking this rule,” Twitch said.

Twitch’s response only further encouraged these female streamers to continue to dress and act inappropriately. Streamers like Alinity, Pokimane, and Amouranth would really test the waters by pushing the envelope; no bras, panties, and see-through tops.

Twitch most popular platform for s*x workers.

This would often end in these female streamers accidentally flashing their viewers, many — I might add — underage. There’s a plethora of Twitch nip n’ lip slip clips of female Twitch streamers who have still not been banned for repeated violations of these new rules.

That’s why iDubbbz’ girlfriend, Anisa Jomha, had no problems wearing an extremely low cut tank top that barely covered her black lacy bra. The entire stream could see that she was lingerie underneath her tank top.

Twitch streamers have the ability to age restrict their live streams but, for some reason, Anisa Jomha didn’t think it was necessary.

Anisa Jomha opened up a OnlyFans account only shortly after getting a boob job in February, 2020. During one of her streams she revealed that she was ‘proud of her girls’ and wanted to share them with the world.

iDubbbz simps for s*x workers.

Much to the surprise of his fans, Ian “iDubbbz” Carter fully supported Anisa Jomha when she decided to become a s*x worker and even paid for her boob job.

iDubbbz was memed to oblivion and called a simp for his decision, but he later uploaded a video entitled “S*x-workers – iDubbbz complains” slamming his followers for looking up to him.

Anisa Jomha sells her lewd pictures on OnlyFans for a pretty penny and is reportedly making a killing… considering that 50% of Twitch’s audience is 17 and younger, she should probably dress more appropriately in the future.

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