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Alinity responds to hate as she returns to Twitch after ban

by Connor Bennett

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Popular streamer Natalia ‘Alinity’ Mogollon has spoken out about her return to Twitch following her recent suspension, claiming that she’s going to do her best to learn from previous mistakes. 

Though she is an incredibly popular streamer who has thousands of fans tuning in whenever she goes live, Alinity is a controversial figure to others. She sparked outrage when she tossed her cat across her room back in July of 2019, and was again under fire when she had a wardrobe malfunction on April 24

With calls for her to be banned on a permanent basis from Twitch, Alinity gave herself a three-day ban – even though Twitch only suspended her for a day. With her return to streaming on the horizon, she’s spoken out about the future of her channel. 

Related – How Alinity became Twitch’s most controversial streamer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjazGW1XLB0

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The popular broadcaster pointed out that she wanted to learn from her mistakes moving forward, and even though she is unsure what the future holds for her, she isn’t in the business of calling it quits just yet.

“I don't know what the future has in store for me, but I welcome it with open arms: the success and failures, the love and hate, the beautiful and ugly,” Alinity tweeted on April 27. “I will do my best to learn from my mistakes and tackle whatever comes next. I am not done yet.”

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As usual, her tweet was met with a mixed response as fans offered support and welcomed her message, though plenty of others took the opportunity to mock her previous on-stream incidents. 

However, Alinity followed up by announcing that she would be returning to Twitch on Tuesday, April 28 – though she didn’t reveal what time she’d go live or if the rest of her schedule would be changed due to the recent suspension.

What the future has in the store for Alinity obviously remains to be seen, but fans will want her to stay out of trouble so they keep getting their usual entertainment.