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Alinity’s cat finally gets its ‘revenge’ during Twitch stream

Published: 7/Mar/2020 15:44 Updated: 7/Mar/2020 15:45

by Connor Bennett

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Popular Twitch streamer Alinity felt the wrath of one of her cats when it finally struck back after she infamously gave it a kiss after drinking some vodka. 

Back in July of 2019, Alinity sparked outrage during her stream of Apex Legends when she now, infamously, picked up her cat Milo and threw him over her shoulder after the pet had walked across her desk. 

Amid calls to have her banned off Twitch, viewers dug up older clips of her streamers where she had been alleged to mistreat her pets in different ways – including feeding one of them vodka during a kiss between them. That cat, Maya, has seemingly bided its time to get revenge, quite literally biting back. 

Instagram/AlinityAlinity’s pets can usually be found laying around on her streams.

During her March 6 stream, Alinity had been sat with a few of her pets when she began singing along to Aerosmith’s classic hit I don’t want to miss a thing. 

As the streamer went to hit some of the high notes during her somewhat out-of-tune rendition, her cat walked around to the front of her chair, jumped up and took a bite of her arm. It immediately shocked the streamer who stopped signing and began holding her arm in pain.

Though it seemed like a pretty nasty injury because of her reaction, the streamer was able to carry on with her broadcast – but she had to make a promise to her cat first. 

“I promise to God, I will not sing again. Is that ok?” she said to her pet as it sat on her chair’s armrest. “I will not sing ever again. Never again, promise. Never again will I ever sing.”

Of course, some viewers immediately mocked the streamer and claimed it was the cat she had thrown getting revenge, though, that wasn’t to be the case – that one was Milo, this was Maya. 

Whether or not she keeps to her no singing promise remains to be seen but, for the sake of any further potential injuries, she might want to consider it.

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AriaSaki explains how Disguised Toast helped her out of a “dark place”

Published: 26/Nov/2020 16:12

by Alice Hearing

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Twitch streamer AriaSaki has revealed DisguisedToast helped her when she was “In a very dark place,” in a heartbreaking tweet on his birthday.

Aria is a Twitch streamer and cosplayer known for playing League of Legends. Aria is close friends with Jeremy “DisguisedToast” Wang, a hugely popular Canadian streamer, YouTuber, and Internet personality of OfflineTV.

Aria shocked fans on November 25, tweeting: “A month ago I was in a very dark place and planned to end it all. Toast reached out to me, talked to me till 6 AM to make sure I was ok.

“[Toast] invited me to OTV for healing and ultimately saved ‘AriaSaki’. You have him to thank for me being here today. HBD Toast.”

Fans left an outpouring of support in response to Aria’s tweet. One person said they were astounded by DisguisedToast’s kindness, writing “stop I’m gonna cry this is so cute toast is such a good guy & I’m glad you’re okay aria!”

The tweet itself has gone viral, amassing more than 170,000 likes and attracting the attention of several other influencers all expressing their concern and expressing their thanks to DisguisedToast.

Fellow streamer Renniesaurus responded, writing “Aria, I’m so glad that Toast was able to help you… I’m happy to have been able to meet you and call me your friend.”

Thankfully, it seems that Aria is now happier, and Disguised Toast has a new level of respect from his fans.