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Trainwrecks accuses Alinity of deliberately causing Twitch controversy

by Brent Koepp
Twitch: trainwreckstv / Instagram: @alinitydivine

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During his April 24 broadcast, Twitch streamer Trainwreckstv theorized that Alinity's recent wardrobe malfunction on camera was actually intentional for views.

Popular Twitch streamer Alinity kicked off a new whirlwind of controversy when she had a wardrobe malfunction during her April 24 stream, which had some calling for her to be banned.

Fellow personality Trainwreckstv shared his own thoughts on the incident, and revealed that he believes it might be a ploy for attention. The Scuffed podcast producer told his audience "it doesn't make sense."

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

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

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Trainwrecks shares theory on Alinity

The streamer weighed in on the incident during his latest broadcast, and revealed to his chat that he had doubts about the whole situation. "There isn't much to say, you know? You throw with kitty, you throw with t**ty, it's all the same these days," he joked.

He then pointed out a theory he had on her years ago. "Go back two years, I said something along the lines of 'if you notice with her, every 3-4 months it's usually on the same time period as when the graph starts evening out or losing.'"

Trainwrecks used his hand to show her viewership numbers dipping lower and lower, before continuing. "Every 3-4 months you will see a big event. I think the way she sees it, she will take a small 'L' for the greater traction going upwards. Every 3-4 months there's something. Think about it."

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The popular Twitch personality later dove into the incident itself, and explained how the whole thing was confusing. "Based on what I saw on Twitter, she was trying to put a pillow under her shirt? Or whatever the f**k she was doing."

However he then revealed why he had doubts about Alinity's actions. "I've never seen someone not only lift the top layer of their shirt, but also lift their sports bra or whatever the f**k that was. The pillow's not going up here!" he said, touching his chest. "It really doesn't make sense at all, if you think about it."

He followed up his comments with a tweet that referenced Felix 'xQc' Lengyel getting banned on February 29 for showing nudity in a game. "My man xqc shows a pixel wearing a bikini & catches a ban, while another streamer who catapulted her career or cat, i forgot which one & pulled her shirt & bra up catches 6 sponsors & a new twitch deal," he said.

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Trainwrecks genuinely seemed shocked when his chat informed him that she had not been banned over it.

However, after much backlash, Alinity announced on April 25 she was self-imposing a three-day suspension on herself, saying "it is fair." Hourse later, she was suspended by the platform officially, although the length of the suspension is unknown.