Popular streamer Natalia ‘Alinity’ Mogollon promised to “be better” in a July 4th tweet. This personality saw a wave of support after it broke down emotionally in the days before Twitch after revealing how much online harassment was hitting her.
Alinity is one of the most popular female streamers on Twitch, with over 1.2 million subscribers to her channel. However, during her July 2 broadcast, the star broke after revealing how relentless hatred for her past mistakes was severely testing her mental health.
After the emotional video went viral, the personality received a wave of support from her industry colleagues, including Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, who apologized for a tweet he made about her earlier in the week. . The 32-year-old thanked everyone and promised to make changes.
Alinity promises to be “better”
Alinity’s July 2 broadcast opened the eyes of many as the personality explained how many hateful online comments had started to overwhelm her. “The fact that you guys really say it affects people, okay? Guys, you have no idea how many times I’ve wanted to kill myself,” he confessed.
The clip quickly went viral, as the emotionally raw moment highlighted the mental health of online personalities, which is often overlooked. Following his statements, the Twitch star saw a wave of support from those who were part of the streaming community.
The 32-year-old went to Twitter on July 4th to thank everyone and promised to make changes. “The amount of support is unbelievable, it is impossible to thank everyone, so I hope it is quite good here. Thanks. I will be better. But this is bigger than me. Please listen to me.”
The amount of support is incredible, it is impossible to thank everyone so I hope to say it here is quite good. Thank you. I’ll be better.
But this is all much bigger than me. Please listen to yourself. And remember those voices who can no longer speak.
– Alinity (@AlinityTwitch) July 4, 2020
Its flow has also prompted the demand for less toxicity in the sector. To set an example, Ninja canceled her June 29 tweet referring to her past controversies. The Fortnite star apologized and said, “I kept looking back at the tweet and saying I wouldn’t have sent it if I hadn’t been a little inclined. I apologize too. “
The touching moment of the Twitch star occurred in the wake of the disappearance of Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein on July 2nd. The discussion on online bullying and mental health has been brought to the fore.
Alinity continues to crush him on Twitch, attracting millions of followers on his channel. The personality constantly broadcasts thousands of viewers, making it one of the most viewed streamers on the platform.