Adult stars maid café sells out as she gets hit with seventh Twitch ban

A controversial Twitch streamer who opened her own "maid cafe" has been banned from the platform for a seventh time.

According to, Hong Kong adult star Kiaraakitty, or Kiki on social media, was banned on June 23 for one day but it did not state why she was given the slap on the wrist again.

However, it seems that she has been reaping in success elsewhere and didn't notice the ban as she told fans that her latest café venture had a "full house".

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Posting on Twitter, she shared an image of her leaving little to the imagination as she wore a skimpy maid's outfit as she cosied up to her friend on a bed.

She wrote: "This is insane but my maid café is fully booked. Omg."

The adult star went on to share a link to a different social media page, Kick, promising fans a live stream of her "running a maid café".

Over on Instagram she announced that she would be sharing her first ever stream on Kick – seemingly giving Twitch the boot after endless bans.

She also shared videos of her "at work" in her maid cafe, Kitty Paradise – a pop-up restaurant where visitors can get hugs, dances, and a cat-themed omelette.

In another clip, Kiki showed how busy the business was as she wrote: "Full house! Hehe."

The online star has teamed up with another performer, Singapore’s Yujia, to provide fans with serving food, drinks, and what they call "special services" at a pop up maid café.

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It is not the first time Kiki has tried to sell unusual services.

In the past, she notoriously sold her own farts, by the jar-full, on a section of her website called “Scents and Stuff”.

However she gave up on that idea after a customer by the name of Sneaky Sushii bought the last jar, at which point the streamer decided that the unusual item was “out of stock”.

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