Twitch streamer Destiny responds to “stalker” controversy
Twitch streamer Destiny has responded to his fanbase, as the creator has found himself in an escalating conflict with another streamer, Ana Voir.
Steven Bonnell, known as Destiny to his Twitch following, has responded to a drama involving Ana Voir, a fellow streamer.
Destiny says he has been dealing with a “stalker” situation, that began to escalate when Ana Voir made comments on Destiny’s behavior towards women.
Destiny has offered his side of the situation, arguing that “if you were to reverse the roles, these people would be canceled.” These initial comments came from Destiny’s stream on September 27, where the streamer put forward a hypothetical situation of obsessive fandom.
“If I was on a show with another girl who was like ‘Steven please leave me alone and I was like ‘Woah why do you… you talked to me, I think that you should do this I would get banned” the streamer said, as he carried out an impersonation of a recent interaction with Ana on Zherka Royale stream.
The stream saw Destiny join in abruptly, to confront Ana about her behavior towards him.
On September 24, Ana called Destiny’s actions “manipulative even if unintentional.”
Destiny shouldn’t have acted like a boyfriend knowing my feelings for him. It’s manipulative even if unintentional. He shouldn’t have publicly acted like I’m crazy & like he didn’t absolutely want to talk to me everyday for months (gaslighting).
— ♡✶*ᴀɴᴀvoir*✶♡ (@anarchofrills) September 24, 2021
But on his stream, Destiny hit back, saying “she won’t leave me alone”
Destiny said that he has “blocked” her for 6 months, but claims that she will DM him on “every platform”, in addition to sending messages to his partner and friends.
However, Ana disputes this, claiming that the pair were DMing each other all the way up to the Zherka Royale stream, meaning he could not have blocked her.