Controversial YouTuber Alinity Bitten By Cat While Streaming
Controversial YouTube star Natalia 'Alinity' Mogollon is at the centre of another viral video involving one of her cats - only this time the feline gets sweet revenge.
The popular Twitch star, 32, was the centre of an animal cruelty row last summer, when she was accused of abusing one of her pet cats during one of her live Twitch broadcasts. Fans and animal activists alike were outraged, as other footage emerged of her questionable interactions with her pets, but was since found not guilty of the charges filed against her.
Whether you believe in karma or not, this latest incident saw one of her cats, Maya (not Milo who was the one at the centre of the notorious cat-chucking complaints), attack her arm as she engaged in a to-camera rendition of Aerosmith's classic 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing'.
All appeared to be going as well as could be expected, as the star belted out the lyrics to the Armageddon movie classic, before Maya pounced up and grabbed her arm skin between her teeth.
The experience clearly rattled Mogollon, known affectionately to her Twitch fanbase as Alinity, as she stopped singing and sat there speechless for a few seconds. And sure it was like something from a fluffy, cuddly horror movie but Alinity did confirm afterwards that her pet, in fact, may have had her reasons.
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Clearly this mog hadn't forgotten what happened and sought sweet revenge... or perhaps there's a more viable explanation.
"He interrupts my singing as a female being in heat," she clarified. "I'm sorry, I will never sing again. I promise to God I will not sing again," added the streamer while talking directly to Maya via her channel.
Despite the backlash from the internet over her recent pet treatment, the Cali, Columbia native shares lots of video clips of her being affectionate towards her pets on her various social media platforms - notably Twitter where she amasses plenty of content retweets and Likes.
And as an ode to Maya's apparent penchant for human flesh, the star shared a compilation video of her cat nipping her during various on-camera karaoke moments to her 109,000 Twitter followers. Although if we are to apply some logic, it may just be that her cats really don't approve of her singing.
Currently, the Twitch gamer, known for playing Apex Legends and chatting to her fans, has over a million subscribers, ranking her 95th on the platform.
Words: Mike Williams