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Natalia Mogollon (born: January 10, 1988 (1988-01-10) [age 36]),[1] better known online as Alinity, is a Colombian OnlyFans model, Twitch streamer and YouTuber known for playing games such as World of Warcraft and Apex Legends.[citation needed]

Content[]

Alinity started streaming on Twitch in December 2012 and uploaded her first YouTube video in April 2013.[citation needed] She is known for streaming Apex Legends.[citation needed] Since March 3, 2021 she has starting to make cooking related content[2].

Personal life[]

She has a younger sister named Valentina Mogollon, and one brother.[citation needed] She has two cats named Maya and Milo.[citation needed] She has two dogs as well.[citation needed] She has also worked as a nurse for over four years while holding a nursing degree from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.[citation needed]

Controversies[]

Copyright-Striking PewDiePie[]

In May 2018, Alinity asked her stream if she could copyright-strike PewDiePie's channel for calling her a Twitch thot. She also boasts about making 700 dollars she'd made with a company known for copyright-striking YouTube [[videos called CollabDRM.[3] In a later-deleted Twitter statement made by Alinity, she'd blamed the 'rampant sexism in online communities' and argued that PewDiePie's comments degraded women.[citation needed]

Then, PewDiePie responds with a video titled 'Can we copyright-strike Pewdiepie' where he apologizes for insulting her, and says that his intention is never to upset people with his videos, and 'stupid Twitch Thots' was just a joke. PewDiePie's video did get copyright-striked.[citation needed]

Then, Alinity released her video response blaming CollabDRM for taking down PewDiePie's video. Right after, Alinity's video response was taken down by someone who nicknamed themselves as 'Pewdiepie' for the takedown, it wasn't actually PewDiePie. The false strike was removed.[citation needed]

A few days later, PewDiePie came out with a video titled 'BAN PEWDIEPIE' where he criticizes Alinity's content and states 'I didn't say anything until I was forced to defend myself. It was the internet that came after Alinity for her poor choice of action and poor choice of words. Reflecting that back on me and my community is just ridiculous. She keeps playing the victim, because she keeps getting away with it. Twitch has shown a bias with female streamers for a long time. Stop streaming for a few days because you're not making the situation better.'[citation needed]

In July 2020, Alinity was interviewed by Dr. K from HealthyGamerGG[4] where she says that her and PewDiePie are on good terms now. PewDiePie reacted to the interview on a livestream saying that he doesn't care if him and Alinity on good terms, but as long as she's owning up to her past mistakes, she's fine. The controversy surrounding the two came up again on a Reddit post in September 2020 where PewDiePie commentated on it saying that she messaged him privately to settle their beef. He also tells people to quit bringing this incident up because it happened years ago.[citation needed]

Trivia[]

  • She used to work as a secretary[5]

References[]

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