- A video of Alinity getting trolled during a live stream went viral.
- A commenter was banned for trolling Alinity but she denied doing so.
- At some point, Twitch will need to address the ongoing controversial surrounding the streamer.
Alinity has found herself being the center of attention for all the wrong reasons these past couple of months and now a video of her being trolled by a random commenter has gone viral. The viral video shows Alinity banning the commenter for trolling her but now she has denied doing so.
While Alinity claims that the commenter is lying, the video has got a lot of attention. At the time of writing, it has more than 126,000 likes and 23,000 people are talking about it on Twitter. If you have not seen the video then you can check it out below:
Alinity’s response was followed up by a roast from the commenter and that got a lot of attention as well. Keeping in mind how Alinity has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, it’s not surprising that she has so many haters and that the video has gone viral.
The recent dog clip generated some backlash and organizations like PETA want her removed from the Twitch streaming platform. To date, she has not been banned from Twitch and has not even received a warning.
While there is no way of knowing for sure, rumors would have us believe that she has some kind of dirt on a Twitch executive, which is why she gets special treatment from the streaming company.
Many influencers and streamers have commented on Alinity and that includes Mixer streamer Ninja. The following is what he had to say regarding Alinity and her cat incident:
If you’re a cat-thrower, Twitch is the place for you. I don’t always throw my cats, but when I do, I prefer to wait until after I’ve poured vodka in its mouth.
It’s clear that Alinity is getting special treatment and there’s a strong case to be made that she should be banned. So many people have called for her banning, not just PETA. It’ll be interesting to see how long Twitch can keep silent. The platform needs to do something about Alinity at some point.
This article was edited by Sam Bourgi.
Last modified: December 25, 2019 21:40 UTC