Natalia Mogollon (born: January 10, 1988) is a controversial streamer known across Twitch and YouTube as Alinity Divine. She is most known for playing League of Legends and Apex Legends.
Alinity Divine Early Beginnings
Natalia was born and grew up in Cali, Colombia. She had a very unique upbringing that Natalia has been open about. Her father was mixed in the Colombia drug cartels. He even spent time in prison due to his involvement with this dangerous drug ring.
His arrest happened when the future Alinity Divine was nine years old. The arrest sent shock waves through her family. Inevitably, it was too much for the Mogllons to endure. Her mother left her father as soon as he was incarcerated.
Alinity Divine Eating Disorder
Alinity has been honest about the lasting effect this split had on her. At a very young age, she developed an eating disorder. With her father in jail and her mother splitting on him, food was the only control she had in her life.
The problems started around her preteen years, amping up when high school hit. Her eating disorder had the best of her. Natalia was a mere 51 pounds at her worst. She almost died. Thankfully, she got the mental health treatment she needed.
Alinity Divine Moves to Canada and Graduates College
Unfortunately, Alinity’s mother was diagnosed with cancer shortly after. In need of a break, Natalia moved to Canada by herself.
While there, she attended the University of Saskatchewan. During her studies, Natalia earned a degree in nursing. Upon graduation, Alinity would put her degree to good use, working in the field for four years.
Alinity Divine Launches Twitch Stream
Alinity signed up for Twitch and started streaming herself playing games in December 2012. She had a slow rise in follows, which caused her to create a YouTube channel. Her first video was uploaded in April 2013.
Alinity Divine and PewDiePie Drama
While Alinity continued to gain a following, her breakthrough wasn’t until 2018. Around that time, PewDiePie called her a “Twitch thot.”
Not only did more eyes come to Alinity’s page, but people got to know her personality. She was not shy about how angry PewDiePie’s comments made her. The star went to Twitter to go on a rant about “rampant sexism” in the video industry.
As a result, Alinity made a video where she contemplated copyright-striking PewDiePie’s channel. Later, she would tweet about making $700 for working with a copy-striking company known as CollabDRM.
Realizing she was serious, PewDiePie backpedaled. He created a video called, “Can we copyright-strike PewDiePie?” While the video has a confrontational tone, he was all but.
In fact, PewDiePie apologized saying that “Twitch thot” was meant to be a joke and that he would never intend to hurt somebody’s feelings on his channel.
Although PewDiePie issued an apology, his video still got copyright-striked. Alinity took to YouTube to explain that CollaDRM went into business for themselves. In turn, Alinity’s response video got copyright-striked!
In response, PewDiePie released another video called “BAN PEWDIEPIE.” He went in on Allinity and said that the internet is coming after her for her poor choice of words. He said Twitch has a bias for females and Affinity repeaed the benefits of it.
Since then, the two buried the hatchet. In July 2020, Alinity told Dr. K they made up. PewDiePie agreed, commenting on the video. Although, he did offer an icy warning telling to Alinity to keep owning up to her past mistakes.
Alinity Divine Animal Abuse Allegations
The PewDiePie debacle was just the beginning of a career-full of controversies that follows Alinity Divine. Alinity has two cats, Maya and Miro. They would become the center of Alinity’s biggest drama yet.
Divine was called out for a stream that aired on July 18, 2019, where she fed Milo vodka. She also threw her cat over her shoulder in another video. Lastly, another video depicted her kicking her dog. There was a red flag placed on the video, which opened a full Twitch investigation.
Alinity tried to downplay the situation. She called it a “lapse in judgment.” Divine followed that she “shouldn’t have gotten frustrated with Milo. Further, she brushed off the vodka incident saying that it was “well over a year ago but it was also a stupid thing to do.”
Civil Complaint Against Alinity Divine
In June 2020, Alinity Divine was named in a civil complaint that was lobbied against many popular female Twitch stars. The complaint was filed by California native, Erik Estavillo.
Estavillo is a recovering sex addict. He said Twitch streamers sexualize themselves, making it hard for him to break his addiction. He is seeking $25 million in damages from Twitch to give to other Twitch subscribers who are exposed to “overly suggestive and sexual content from various female streamers.
Names on the complaint include:
After splitting the earnings with other Twitch subscribers, Estavillo plans to donate the rest to charity.
Alinity Divine Wardrobe Malfunction
Alinity got her first Twitch ban for three days when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction on April 24, 2020. In the video, Natalia had a nip slip.
When Alinity realized the issue, she immediately deleted the video. However, viewers saved the stream and reposted it. This action ensured her ban.
Cancel Culture and Alinity Divine
Alinity has been receiving a lot of hate online, especially when an old video of her saying the “N” word surfaced. She was also accused for the Twitch ban of DrDispresect, which she has no idea why happened.
All of this came to a head in an August stream when Alinity broke down crying. In the 52 minute video, she contemplated quitting streaming. She couldn’t take the pressure of cancel culture and didn’t understand why people hated her so much.
It then made her bring up how Byron Bernstein (Reckful) committed suicide. She also noted how Jenna Marbles quit streaming because of the internet and said if she were to leave, another person would just get bullied.
Ninja spoke up to her defense, saying he regrets ever bullying her. Other gamers also spoke up and apologized to the star.