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Entertainment • May 03, 2019

xQc and Pokelawls hilariously re-enact Alinity's NSFW selfie fail

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xQc and Pokelawls hilariously re-enact Alinity's NSFW selfie fail
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Popular Twitch streamer Alinity Divine stirred up controversy after taking a NSFW selfie during a March 2 broadcast - and the internet still isn’t over the debacle.

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In fact, Twitch streamers Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel and ‘Pokelawls’ even recreated the divisive instance with a hilarious drawing, nearly two months after the incident went down.

The two were in the middle of a game of ‘scribbl.io’ (an interactive, web-based version of Pictionary) when Pokelawls began drawing a picture of a stick figure snapping a selfie of its undercarriage.

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Although xQc was initially confused by the drawing, he promptly let out a burst of laughter in sudden recognition, correctly guessing the subject as “Alinity.”

The story behind Alinity's NSFW selfie

Alinity made waves across the Twitch community after taking a selfie of her booty during a stream on March 2, later explaining that she was checking for “butt sweat” after realizing her slip-up.

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Despite the risque nature of Alinity’s selfie, she didn’t receive a ban for the offense, prompting a slew of outrage across the internet.

Popular streamer Dimitri ‘Greekgodx’ Antonatos even speculated that Alinity hadn’t been banned due to possibly having dirt on one of Twitch’s executives, later poking fun at the issue by posting a photo of himself dropping his phone on the treadmill, writing, “TWITCH!”

Alinity responded to the accusations in kind, writing, “You look great at this angle,” in reply to the Tweet - adding a smiley face for good measure.

Alinity's past controversies on Twitch

Of course, Alinity’s NSFW selfie wasn’t her only slip-up that stirred up controversy on the platform; the streamer even showed an accidental “dick pic” during a previous broadcast, thanks to an especially malicious user who’d placed the image in her Discord server without warning.

Alinity likewise showed private emails between herself and a fan in late November, who claimed to have bought a leopard-print bra from the streamer - leading to an apology from Alinity shortly thereafter.

“It’s really fucking embarrassing,” she said of the matter. “It’s [not] something I would ever do again. He’s sent me a few emails honestly, I’ve just ignored it. I don’t even remember what the bra looked like.”

Alinity is one of Twitch’s most popular female streamers, boasting over 842,000 followers on the platform as of May 3.

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