Alinity was already a controversial figure before the recent 'dog clip' incident. Here are 5 scandals that may be much, much worse. Alinity is the talk of the internet again right now.
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4. Alinity Copystriked PewDiePie
Alinity Divine was recently the subject of a significant controversy, sparked by her apparent animal abuse - when she was seen to throw her cat over her head while streaming Apex Legends. Alinity was thrown back into the spotlight, after some accused her of using a racial slur while livestreaming. The streamer has defended herself and claims to have merely stumbled over her words. And perhaps she goes out of her way to defend herself or present some sort of case to the account manager, which has an influence on whether she gets banned. Essentially what Pokimane is saying is that Alinity is quick to perform damage control procedures, and ensure her side of the argument is heard before any decision is made. While Pokimane is obviously speculating, it fits in with wider community confusion as to how Alinity is able to so frequently escape bans. Alinity, on the other hand, is never afraid to defend herself, and clearly believes she has not done anything worth of incurring a ban from Twitch. Twitch Alinity Pokimane.
5. She Joked(?) About Alleged Marriage Fraud
Alinity's infamous "dog clip" should trigger a permanent Twitch ban, and even that may not be enough punishment for the streamer. Following a series of sketchy videos involving her pets, Alinity must be stopped — and be stopped for good. Alinity is a game streamer , and a popular one at that. She has roughly 1 million followers on Twitch, thanks in no small part to a series of scandals — weaponizing copyright strikes and alleged animal abuse being her biggest offenses.
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