In late-2020, Twitch streamer Alinity Divine became the talk of the internet after suffering a wardrobe malfunction. By all measures, the incident seemed accidental.
As seen by many on live, Alinity unintentionally bared her breast as she tried to remove a pillow from under her shirt. Upon realizing what had transpired, the beloved streamer uttered: “Oh My God” continuously.
Fearing a ban from Twitch, Alinity removed the video immediately. Still, the clip went viral. Although the streaming platform didn’t deem the malfunction intentional, she went on a self-imposed 3-day ban.
Later, Twitch suspended her account.
For an in-depth look into her family life and net worth, let’s explore Alinity’s Wiki details. Moreover, discover her boyfriend, height, and ethnicity.
Bio — Age, Birthday, Real Name
A Capricorn, Alinity Divine turned 32 years old on 10th January 2020. What’s more, the notorious Twitch user celebrated her birthday on the same day as Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan.
Natalia Mogollon is Alinity’s real name.
Alinity Divine Wiki — Parents, Siblings, Family
According to Alinity Divine, she grew up in a supportive family. Admittedly, the controversial streamer’s parents got her into gaming.
A South American export, Alinity possessed Colombian ethnicity. She was born on 10th January 1988 in Cali, Colombia. Later, she found a home in Canada.
Coming to her relatives, Alinity was siblings with a sister named Valentina Mogollon. Active on TikTok and IG, Valentina was a constant fixture on Alinity’s social media.
Pre-social media fame, Alinity worked in the medical sector. She reportedly graduated with a nursing degree.
Height, Weight Loss, Measurements
Per her December 2015 tweet, Alinity Divine stands five feet and three inches in height. Sensitive about her apperance, the social media star claimed she was the tallest female in her family.
Alinity admittedly struggled to maintain her 100lbs (45 kg) weight. Moreover, she believed a perfect weight loss regimen includes a 75% diet and 25% exercise.
Nevertheless, Alinity owned 35-27-34 inches in body measurements.
Open about her mental health, Alinity suffered from bipolar disorder, anorexia, bulimia, and depression. What’s more, gaming helped the Twitch star coped with her issues.
Social Media Reach: IG, Twitter, Twitch
Talking about her social media reach, Alinity Divine was a popular figure on both IG and Twitter. On the latter, she owned 304k followers (April 2020). Meanwhile, around 118.2k followed her on Twitter while some 150k people subscribed to her YouTube channel.
Alinity’s Twitch, however, garnered the most following.
Alinity Divine Net Worth, Beefs, Banned
From her career as a social media star, Alinity Divine gathered quite a fortune. Several publications cited her net worth to be around $800 thousand.
As an elite gamer, Alinity allegedly charged $1k an hour for streaming sponsored games.
Known for her provocative content on Twitch, Alinity faced a fair share of beef and controversies. While misogynistic men asked her to get a real job, fellow social media stars shared a similar belief.
In early-2019, PewDiePie labeled her “a stupid Twitch thot.” When the YouTuber apologized for his remarks, Alinity didn’t accept it and accused him of playing the victim. What’s more, they never reconciled.
Alinity was in a hot seat for a different reason in 2018. She allegedly kicked her dog and fed her cat vodka. Accusing her of animal abuse, a petition was started for Alinity to be banned from Twitch. The campaign went on to collect 50k signatures.
Alinity Divine Boyfriend, Dating, Husband
Secretive about her romantic endavours, Alinity Divine preferred to maintain a mystery dating life. Never mind engaging in marriage talks, she refrained from discussing possible boyfriends and potential husbands.
By 2020, Alinity had yet to take the giant leap of faith and become a married woman. However, there existed many suitors who were willing to be her boyfriend.
For her part, Alinity occasionally took to her social media and joked about dating experiences. In one instance, she called a dog “my future boyfriend.”
Last modified: April 26, 2020