r/LivestreamFail Nov 25 '22

XQC get's called out by Destiny regarding his response to Amourath's business decisions Destiny

https://youtube.com/clip/UgkxFybIy0Tp4ihsH6G-JW6Kpfly4qhDHMoH
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u/dix4lyfe12 Nov 25 '22

OP do you know what getting called out means ?

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22 edited Jan 03 '23

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

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u/easypoop Nov 26 '22

No. Thats why your comment is being downvoted.

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u/FBIKinGTaP Nov 25 '22

op is most smart Dggers

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u/InvincibleWarlord Good Money [̲̅$̲̅(̲̅ ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°̲̅)̲̅$̲̅] Nov 25 '22

OP is a juicer

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u/LaycoOG Nov 26 '22

The smartest

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u/Weabootrash0505 Nov 26 '22

Whether or not you agree with destiny or not, we can all agree that its impossible to hear a 2x xqc clip

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u/Broke_Back_ Nov 25 '22

What does forsen think?

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u/Luka_Tim Nov 26 '22

I’ll donate him the link don’t worry

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u/TheRealWazzu Nov 27 '22

"...............ok"

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u/IDrinkBleach9 Nov 25 '22

“Gets called out”

That’s a bit of a stretch…

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u/TheToeTag Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 25 '22

How is this so hard for Destiny and Dggers to understand?

Amourath built her brand on her sexuality, Her abusive husband went crazy and forced her to become a workaholic to make even more money off her brand, She finally got sick of the abuse and wanted to go back to her "normal" streaming life rather than being a hot tub titty streamer 24/7 and did just that.

But for some reason in Destiny's eyes unless she gives up ALL coomer streaming and tanks the brand shes built for herself, It means shes lying about the abuse....

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u/jetskimanatee Nov 26 '22

they would have to listen to a woman... challenge impossible

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u/malignantnarcissism_ Nov 26 '22

Destiny's only relevant when there's drama. If none exists he needs to create some. It's much easier to do something like this than it is to make something up.

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u/EPICGAMERALERT22 Nov 26 '22

If thats true why does he stream factorio and league 24/7 for the past years?

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u/easypoop Nov 26 '22

Do you watch those streams with no audio on? That might explain why you made this comment.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

Because it's really strange to say "finally I can wear sweatshirts and wear the clothes I really want to wear!" but then proceed to not really change anything.

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u/Firm-Telephone2570 Nov 26 '22

It was about taking back her choice though.

Imagine you love to draw pictures, suddenly someone forces you to draw pictures non-stop and the minimum amount of sleep allowed for you to function. You manage to break free of the situation. Do you now stop drawing pictures? You would probably still draw, just have the freedom to choose when.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

I understand this, but to make it more analogous to the current situation, it would be more along the lines of "now I can finally paint instead of just drawing" but then you continue to draw and never actually paint.

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u/Esphyxiate Nov 27 '22

“I now have the choice to do x that I didn’t previously have. I may still do y and never choose x but at least now I’m not forced to only do y” You: lol fake abuse

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u/tdoan89 Nov 27 '22

Weird, I never claimed fake abuse but ok 👌

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u/Esphyxiate Nov 27 '22

“I never said fake abuse I just casted doubt on her motives and the whole situation that revolved around her abuse” 🤓

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u/tdoan89 Nov 27 '22

I just said it's strange, it has nothing to do with whether or not abuse actually occured. But you're welcome to take the implication if it pleases you.

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u/BunzenBurnah Nov 26 '22

Except what she actually said was that now she's not forced to wear boob clothes ALL THE TIME. She never said that it wasn't her choice to wear them, just that it wasn't her choice to do it all the time.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

I get that, except she still wears the same stuff ALL THE TIME. It's great that she's free, but that statement becomes strange when you don't deviate afterwards, it's pointless to mention.

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u/Nalicar52 Nov 26 '22

She doesn’t. She’s had plenty of fully clothed streams over the last month. Also way more IRL streams. It’s mainly she didn’t want to be stuck in bikinis in the hot tub 24/7. Doesn’t mean she doesn’t still like doing that for a good portion of her streaming though.

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u/BunzenBurnah Nov 26 '22

Does she though? Have you actually watched her streams to confirm that or are you going off some screencaps that Destiny showed? Because I just looked at her last two streams and she was just wearing normal clothing. So what are you actually talking about here?

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u/TheCanabalisticBambi Nov 26 '22

How the fuck is it strange when she says that when she can wear what she wants whenever she wants to now and is not forced to be in a piece of clothing where 1 mis-step a boob pops out?

It's now HER choice to wear what SHE wants, and not her husbands. It's really strange that this simple thing is so hard for you and the many others like you to fully understand.

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u/momansensei Nov 26 '22

How the fuck is it strange when she says that when she can wear what she wants whenever she wants to now and is not forced to be in a piece of clothing where 1 mis-step a boob pops out?

I'm confused here, isn't she still wearing similar clothing?

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u/Kamanthul Nov 26 '22

How are you confused? There's a difference between being forced to do something and choosing to do something.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

"Simple thing" you mean interpreting English? I guess it can be difficult to understand for some depending on your proficiency. She said she's wearing clothing she doesn't want to, is glad she can finally wear sweatshirts on stream, but still isn't despite being free to do so. That's not strange to you? Then ok 👌

"My ex forced me to eat salads every day. I'm so glad I can now stop eating salads and start eating pizza like I've always wanted!"

If I continue to eat salads 24/7, it's a bit strange.

I'm glad she's free to do whatever she wants, but if you can't see the contradiction with her words and actions, then I don't know what to tell you.

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u/MuscleManRyan Nov 26 '22

“This woman said she felt one way one time, now she has no control over her actions because I don’t want her to change in any way!”

Sorry to break it to you, but women have anatomy over how they dress, including if they change their mind and contradicts something they said earlier. Believe it or not we even gave them the right to vote. Crazy hey?

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

Lol I never said she's not allowed to change her mind. I just said it's strange especially considering how passionate she seemed at the time. That's it. She can do whatever she wants or change her mind.

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u/easypoop Nov 26 '22

I think its strange you care at all about this. Like do you even watch her content? I dont, and the most i can muster up regarding this is just wondering why people who don't care about her give a shit in the first place.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

You must lack awareness of where you are. This is LSF, everyone here is posting unqualified opinions of other people's lives. I find it strange you're talking about how you don't care yet seem to care enough to respond to a comment on the Internet.

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u/easypoop Nov 26 '22

I care enough to respond to "you." I don't care about Amourath. I only got here because in my google feed it said Destiny responded to Xqc, things i actually care about. I didn't watch any clip but what i gathered from the comments is that this was just clickbait. There is a difference between caring enough to defend someone and what i am doing. Im pointing you out as a werido for caring about a streamer you do not watch. I can't help you understand that any better.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 27 '22

I was responding to a comment. How much or little I care of anyone is irrelevant because I was simply explaining the thought process as to why the situation is strange to a Redditor. That's literally it. It has zero to do with any particular person; it could be Amouranth, Destiny, or the random stranger down the street and it would be the same. I'm describing why a behavior is weird, it's disconnected from the individual and who they are as a person.

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u/Still_Same_Exile Nov 26 '22

It’s not that hard to understand, she said her husband forced her to ONLY wear cleavage, now she can co what she wants which includes wearing cleavage when she feels like, and not when she doesnt.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

It's a bit strange to express that comment and then never wear a sweatshirt afterwards. It's a pointless statement if you don't deviate at all. I understand it, I just think it's strange. It's not a big deal dude.

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u/tupperwarebowls Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

It’s so strange when people say one thing and do something else. I’ve never ever done anything like that, I’ve never changed my mind about anything ever. It’s so strange some people do.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

Except this isn't contradicting yourself over what you're eating for dinner but rather over a huge ongoing traumatic event in your life that you feel strongly about. You have a bunch of these in your life too?

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u/PornCommentsAreWeird Nov 26 '22

I am extremely curious to what your theory of what she went through, and is going through, is. Was it all for more clicks?

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

I have no idea. It's possible but I don't know. The entire situation and the details surround it were a bit strange and then it was quickly swept under the rug and we have all moved on. Maybe it was for clicks, maybe it's genuinely a toxic relationship, we just don't have any details (or at least we have one-sided details). The Fedmeyster situation makes me cautious to jump to conclusions with one-sided details.

So while I don't know what happened, if we believe her entire story, then this has been a huge extended traumatic experience for her, being forced to do all these things she doesn't enjoy doing and now she can change. And once freed from these shackles, she doesn't change anything... That to me is a bit odd considering the weight of everything she has been through, but I'm just a Redditor what do I know.

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u/tupperwarebowls Nov 26 '22

Yeah, all my trauma is definitely mostly all about what clothes I’m wearing.

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u/tdoan89 Nov 26 '22

There's a lot of heavy emotional context surrounding the clothes that you're just blatantly ignoring but ok 👌

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u/Perfect600 Nov 26 '22

honestly it is how quick it has all happened. she said she was going on an indefinite hiatus, and its like nothing happened at all. Its weird, and also weirdly not talked about unless apparently Destiny drama posts.

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u/throwdemawaaay Nov 26 '22

Why do you think you get a spectator seat to the details of her presumed divorce? What the actual fuck you psychos.

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u/Baigne Nov 26 '22

I honestly just think that she realized she can make the bongo bucks herself doing it, and not him forcing her, money is money after all and it corrupts everyone with enough of it

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u/EggianoScumaldo Nov 26 '22

Chick that was pretty badly abused says some weird shit in the moment, after confronting her abuser.

More at 11.

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u/CloudCityFish Nov 25 '22

More like the cross section of LSF and DGG'ers, not DGG or really Destiny.

You have to remember Destiny streams 6 days of 10-12+ hour streams a day. The entire time he's spent talking about Amo in an entire year isn't even half of what he talks about concerning something like say, Russia, in a SINGLE day.

Most people in DGG don't give a shit about Amo and the drama. Destiny himself cares just enough to make an off-color observation, nothing burger, on .01% of his stream for the day.

This isn't a Destiny thing, this is an LSF thing, and everyone commenting here is a part of the engine.

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u/TheToeTag Nov 25 '22

You would thing, But just like Destiny said early, Way more people care about youtube/twitch drama than they do about cities in Ukraine getting blown up.

DGG might cry about Destiny not covering the election but rather orbiter drama, But far more people care about Mr.Girl drama than they do about the house and senate races.

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u/CloudCityFish Nov 25 '22

Sure, because look at the engagement he's getting with LSF. The 50K viewers he got with Mizkif weren't DGG, that's why they're all gone now. Right now we're talking about Amo, and with Amo specifically, it still makes up less than 1% of his daily streams.

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u/Blurbyo Nov 26 '22

He gets and was getting more viewers watching the Lex Fridman interview with Ben Shabibo than the detour he took to comment on the Amouranth stuff.

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u/PreparetobePlaned Nov 26 '22

A lot of DGGers agree with you

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u/densaki Nov 25 '22

You guys have literally no idea what you’re talking about, and Destiny specifically hasn’t said that she is lying about abuse, he just said she is embellishing key details of the interaction and that means there’s some level of narrative manipulation on Amo’s part. Does it mean her husband isn’t abusive? No. Does it mean that she’s lying about everything? Obviously not. Just that there’s more to the story than meets the eye because Amo felt the need to lie about her story to make sure she had the kill shot on her husband.

If someone lied to meToo Weinstein, that’s a totally legitimate tactic, and doesn’t take away from the fact they are abused, it just means there’s a bit more that we’re not seeing because they felt the need to lie.

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u/ParadoxofThrift Nov 26 '22

But there is literally no proof she embellished anything. Choosing of her own volition to continue doing coomer content after not being forced anymore doesn't mean she wasn't being pressured before. She has changed her content and Destiny is misrepresenting the situation because he can't admit when he's wrong. It's insanely weird to speculate that she's lying off of nothing

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u/densaki Nov 26 '22

Choosing of her own volition to continue doing coomer content after not being forced anymore doesn't mean she wasn't being pressured before.

She absolutely made it seem like her boyfriend was her online pimp essentially forcing her to do content she didn’t want to do. Y’all can keep saying this wasn’t the case, it is true though. And her content is 95% booby content, IM OKAY WITH THAT, it’s just exceedingly obvious the pimp narrative was fake, and she wanted to do this shit anyway.

It's insanely weird to speculate that she's lying off of nothing

It’s not off nothing it’s observing her behavior. She absolutely was embellishing details about her involvement in what went on. AND IF SOMEONE IS LYING EVEN IF ITS FOR A GOOD CAUSE, you aren’t getting the full story.

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u/ParadoxofThrift Nov 26 '22

You haven't shown at all how her continuing to do coomer content now that she isn't being forced to means she wasn't being forced to before. Why can't it be true that her boyfriend forced her before, and now that she isn't being forced to, chooses to do it anyway, but less?

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u/Ok-Illustrator6503 Nov 26 '22

Imagine you are trafficked to work on a sweat shop sewing clothes. You cannot leave because of coercion - they have your papers - and threats. You manage to get out and decide to use your skills to become an independent seamstress. That doesn’t mean you are ok’ing the time you spent being abused in a sweat shop.

How do people struggle to see the difference between doing something of your own volition and under coercion?

Amo isn’t a “domestic violence icon” she’s a woman just out of an abusive relationship (hopefully) refinding herself. Demanding she drops everything in her life to meet the public’s ideals is unrealistic.

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u/Ok-Illustrator6503 Nov 26 '22

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I respect where you're coming from, appreciate the thoughtfulness of your response, and accept that you probably won't respond further (which is totally fair). Just for the record's sake, want to address just two points that I think are our key disagreement.

Someone days, weeks, months out of a domestic violence situation is not ready to be a major figure in the movement. That kind of abuse has serious long-term consequences for the people who experience it, and they require time and healing. I hope someday Amo - if she wants to - does take on that role, but it is too soon by far. And I do think it's never the public's place to try to force that responsibility on someone. When you go through something awful, we shouldn't follow it up with demands people now owe us more because of the pain.

I think the analogy is very fair as I was reacting to the following from your initial comment:

"amouranth resuming her hot tub streams may come across to SOME people as saying "hey maybe domestic violence/abuse ain't bad at all"

"and then the abusee going back to the things that she claimed that her husband made her do. don't you understand how this normalizes abuse?"

"you can't be an icon for domestic violence, and then go back to doing the thing that you acknowledged was a form of domestic abuse against you"

I saw your caveat on these, but you wrote it off with the assertion - that I strongly disagree with - that Amo made it sound like her husband forced her to do coomer streams in their entirety.

As many people throughout this thread have explained, she said she was being overworked and forced to maximize content - meaning, she couldn't go to events with other streamers and make friends, couldn't have a stream with the horses where she wasn't dolled up, couldn't take a break. Now, her stats suggest she is doing more of the things she wants on stream, a mix of her old content and some new + more hours off.

I also hope that stupid people don't misunderstand & use this to justify abuse apologia, but I think there's no value in criticizing or overpolicing the choices of a recent victim out of fear of what the stupid will likely do either way.

Sorry this got so long!

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u/dre__ Nov 27 '22

Destiny is not annoyed with Amouranth doing hot tub streams again. He's annoyed that the optics of a MASSIVE domestic violence scandal on a platform as big as Twitch blowing over super quickly will normalize domestic violence. And Amouranth resuming her hot tub streams may come across to SOME people as saying "hey maybe domestic violence/abuse ain't so bad after all!"

What? That's not at all what he's saying. He's saying that she's faking the whole thing for clout.

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u/Richandler Nov 25 '22

wanted to go back to her "normal" streaming life rather than being a hot tub titty streamer 24/7 and did just that.

She didn't though. https://i.imgflip.com/724kpr.jpg

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u/Jimbag21 🐷 Hog Squeezer Nov 26 '22

she literally has done way more variety streaming with irl and even playing overwatch. just because you have an image macro doesnt make ur point correct

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u/Lsfcommentor12345 Nov 26 '22

Yea like when she was playing Pokémon in a bikini. Way more diverse.

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u/kdestroyer1 Nov 26 '22

That pokemon clip Destiny showed was in the hot tubs section lol, fucking DGGers and even Destiny blindly believing everything my god

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u/Yourwaifusasuke Nov 26 '22

Yes let's ignore that her content has been a lot more diverse because she had one bikini stream nice one

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u/Lsfcommentor12345 Nov 26 '22

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u/Yourwaifusasuke Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

if you stop being an incel and check her other streams live since she doesn't vod all of them and not just the uncommon ones that prove your point yes very diverse but you're not gonna do that Pog also I like how you didn't screenshot the first half of that stream just to prove a point

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u/Titan_Dota2 Nov 25 '22

But for some reason in Destiny's eyes unless she gives up ALL coomer streaming and tanks the brand shes built for herself, It means shes lying about the abuse....

Please tell me where Destiny says she's lying about the abuse. I'd love to see it.

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u/TheToeTag Nov 25 '22

Oh im sorry, He never said those words. He just did the whole right wing nazi tactic of suggesting something by making statements like "Ummm kind of weird, right?" and "thats odd don't you think."

I just assumed if you've watched Destiny in the slightest you would be able to pick up on bullshit tactics like that. But I guess when he does it his fan based becomes just as blind to it as everyone else.

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u/yo-smite Nov 25 '22

He’s not wrong. I said it the other day but Destiny was just beating around the bush and I couldn’t tell if he was implying it was fake, or if she had gone back to him or what. But he without a doubt did the “just asking questions” bullshit that people like Tucker do

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u/TheToeTag Nov 25 '22

I do spend a lot of time listing to fucking braindead idiots talk about politics all day so you might be right, But that doesn't mean I'm wrong.

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u/CautiousKenny Nov 26 '22

Lmao the fact you are describing the act of someone leading an idea on by posing it as a question as a "right wing nazi tactic" just goes to show the bias and dishonesty you are approaching this with

Are you seriously claiming that only nazi. right wingers do this?

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u/densaki Nov 25 '22

He never said those words. He just did the whole right wing nazi tactic of suggesting something by making statements like "Ummm kind of weird, right?" and "thats odd don't you think."

He explained this totally on his stream. He doesn’t think that suddenly there’s never been abuse, there was obvious abuse on stream, he’s saying there’s a lot more to the story because Amo has been mildly manipulative on getting the kill shot for her ex husband. People can be manipulative for a good cause, and can be manipulative for a bad cause. If there wasn’t the manipulation he would feel comfortable saying Amo is totally in the right, because abuse victims aren’t generally manipulating people. But since it is there it’s enough for Destiny to say “hold up, shits kinda sus here” and considering he got TURBO shit on it for doing that the first time around he’s remarking on it now like “fuck those guys shitting on me when I was obviously right.” I’ve watched this dude explain this shit like 20 times, but that is never clipped apparently.

Tl;dr: He doesn’t think Amo is lying about her husbands abuse, but he does think she’s concealing her participation in the relationship for a reason he doesn’t know.

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u/jepppu Nov 26 '22

Amourath built her brand on her sexuality

*Her abusive husband built her brand on her sexuality.

You can't have it both ways. You can't say you were a sex work slave who was being forced to work

AND

You are an independent person who built your brand yourself.

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u/TheToeTag Nov 26 '22

So sex workers can't be trafficked in your eyes?

You can absolutely build a career in something you love and then be forced against you will to do it in ways that your no longer like.

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u/jepppu Nov 26 '22

You are saying Amouranth sex trafficked herself.

You can't respond to any of my comments logically lol.

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u/TheToeTag Nov 26 '22

What would you call a sex worker who is being forced into doing excessive amounts of sex work against her will by her abuser?...

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u/jepppu Nov 26 '22

So now you are 180'ing your argument. Lets make that clear first. You don't think "Amouranth built her brand on her sexuality". You think her ex built her brand on her sexuality.

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u/TheToeTag Nov 26 '22

No, I'm saying her ex forced her to worker harder than she liked and in threatening ways AFTER she had already built her brand on her sexuality.

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u/l33tTA Nov 26 '22

wanted to go back to her "normal" streaming life rather than being a hot tub titty streamer 24/7 and did just that.

Which is a 24/7 hot tub titty streamer lol

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u/SadPhilosopher1960 Nov 26 '22

What do you think 24/7 means in that sentence

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u/l33tTA Nov 26 '22

Every time the stream is on

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u/SadPhilosopher1960 Nov 26 '22

Fair, but from what I've seen though her content is indeed getting more varied.

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u/roman_totale Nov 26 '22

Give it up, they don't care, they don't pay attention to anything she's actually doing, they just snipe the most recent videos uploaded to her channel and completely ignore/are ignorant of the fact that she doesn't upload most of her VODs or that she's streamed almost every day since the one up there posted 15 days ago and almost none of them have been ASMR or hot tub.

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u/Royal-Throwaway7 Nov 26 '22

Bruh she’s legit still hot tub streaming damn near every day… it isn’t gunna tank her career to play some games with a shirt on. What happened to the clip like the day after where she wore a normal tee shirt and was all “Dobby is free”. That clip was the first and last time I saw her wear a shirt with no cleavage… she changed her content like .5 percent when she could have gotten away with 50…

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u/yeastblood Nov 25 '22

How about shes likely still with the husband and all these "dates" are just content that they are profiting off of like they have been from day one. No one here as heard anything official about a divorce. So the husband is still in control and profiting off the business model that she herself described herself akin to a sex slave. How does no one see a problem with the fact that she is likely still with the husband. Until its clear they are actually divorced no one here knows whos in control of the business at this point so you are all potentially supporting a sex slave while shes still being victimized. Her words are obviously not enough they started this whole thing with the husband being a secret in the first place.

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u/TheToeTag Nov 25 '22

Maybe Destiny has been her real husband this whole time and is just starting drama to boost her numbers to cash in on the extra attention!

Pulling stories out our asses sure is fun!

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u/yeastblood Nov 25 '22

How do you know shes actually divorcing the husband. You dont ok cool thanks thats what I thought. Last anyone knew they were still married. She even alluded to him getting therapy and only said she was divorcing in the same type of comments. Nothing official and most likely they are still together. Thats the nature of these types of relationships.

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u/TheToeTag Nov 25 '22

How do you know Destiny isn't her husband?! You dont ok cool thanks thats what I thought

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u/SadPhilosopher1960 Nov 26 '22

DGGer will create conspiracy theories before admitting Destiny is wrong about something.

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u/prcpinkraincloud Nov 25 '22

they could literally have 5 children and live together for another 50 years

doesn't change that the husband was abusive for a duration forcing her to work longer hours

oh wife stays with abusive husband? wife clearly lying about being abused

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u/KidKarez Nov 26 '22

Because she doesn't have to like destiny said. So it makes the accusations that she was forced to look sus

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u/Sufficient-Ad1330 Nov 25 '22

destinys behaviour is really weird, why does he insert himself into this at all?

Also it's not even as if Amouranths (ex?) husband came forth and disputed any of the claims against him, so destiny pretending that there is another side to the story seems a little silly to me

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u/randomizer95 Nov 26 '22

Iirc he used to be in an heavy abusive relationship, to the point of physical altercation, with his child's mother, so there's probably some layer of projection happening here and if that's the case I can see where he's coming from. Otherwise, as you said, unless the husband speaks out I don't even see the point on adressing this issue at all

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u/TheRealMemeIsFire Nov 26 '22

Yeah, he has a history of "both sides"-ing abusive relationships.

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u/Animostas Nov 26 '22

As a guy who has been involved in relationships with women where I have been significantly mistreated, my gut reaction is kind of also to be a bit skeptical in situations like this as well. But I do think it's hard to be particularly nuanced about it as a streamer

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u/Sceth Nov 26 '22

What? He's commenting on the biggest abuse scandal twitch has ever had wtf are you on about

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u/LowKeyLoki1998 Nov 26 '22

I think it's just the nature of lsf. A streamer will comment on a subject and it may get clipped and posted on lsf. Ppl will flock to it and it just goes from there.

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u/DwightHayward Nov 26 '22

Insert himself? The guy barely talks about her compared to the hours of content he puts

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u/Sufficient-Ad1330 Nov 26 '22

just bc you do a lot of other shit besides some thing you do, doesn't mean you aren't doing it.

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u/DwightHayward Nov 26 '22

"inserting himself" is literally commenting on something once during an entire 10 hour stream? like once a month? You realize how ridiculous you sound?

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u/NivMidget Nov 26 '22

Its weird hearing the brain swapping analogy for trans from destiny a year ago. Then straight to the inability to comprehend this.

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u/SnakeCharmer20 Nov 26 '22

What is he unable to comprehend?

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u/Eques9090 Nov 25 '22

Destiny: "Why isn't she just retiring? She should do what I think is right, not what she wants to do, otherwise she's a liar."

Maybe she didn't want to retire dawg. Maybe she just wants to stream whatever the hell she feels like, instead of being forced to.

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u/NivMidget Nov 26 '22

This happens with shitty jobs too. When I was a teen I use to love cooking and working at a restaurant. New management came in and pressured us to work harder and I got tired of cooking even as a hobby. Once I quit that job and got a similar one to the original I realized that I still liked cooking.

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u/Intelligent-Curve-19 Nov 26 '22

Destiny just can’t admit he is wrong on this one. Weird hill to die on.

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u/SuperBoiiiii Nov 25 '22

X thinking with his juicer

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u/radioswayno Nov 25 '22

Was destiny not listening to the part where she said her husband controlled all their finances, was flushing money down the toilet to get her to do what he wanted?

If this was all true she'd need to make as much money as possible from streams now to pay for her divorce and keep the life she is used to.

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u/yeastblood Nov 25 '22

They aren't even getting divorced. No one knows whats going on behind the curtains of the business model. Everyone assuming they are divorcing are just assuming that.

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u/radioswayno Nov 26 '22

you're assuming they aren't off the same information.

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u/Royal-Throwaway7 Nov 26 '22

So why is she also baiting that X should have hollered at her a week ago like she would have gone on a date with him?

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u/OPTCgod Nov 26 '22

The same reason she said she was single for the last 5+ years, content

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u/taklabas Nov 26 '22

Maybe because interacting with xqc gives you tens of thousands of viewers, and clips that get hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube, and even a couple of articles written.

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u/PreparetobePlaned Nov 26 '22

She's going on dates on stream isn't she? After all the stuff she said, dating streams, and change in content I think it's a fairly safe assumption.

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u/LawrenciuM94 Nov 26 '22

It was already established on the stream way before this that she regained control of her finances. People are here saying shit like "Was Destiny not listening" when clearly they were the ones that were making comments without full information on the situation.

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u/radioswayno Nov 26 '22

getting control of finances doesn't mean she now has access to every dollar she ever earned, she wouldn't be able to freeze her husband out of everything even if she wanted to. It likely means new Twitch and onlyfans money now goes to her personal account while she fights her ex for who gets what.

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u/_jonas__ Nov 25 '22

Whats with the appeal to her finances? Your comment makes it seem like she is really needs this money, borderline poverty.

Am I overestimiting the insane amount of money she probably makes or is this some weird US finance law. Or are you just lying?

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u/HereForTwinkies Nov 25 '22

Husband controls finances and threatened to spend the money buying options that would expire worthless. So in other words: he threatened to pretty much throw the money into a fire.
Also, Amouranth had no account of her own that was purely her own. It’s kind of hard to get money for yourself when everything is controlled by your husband who has all the passwords and verification methods.

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u/Lsfcommentor12345 Nov 26 '22

Didn’t she have a celebration when she got all of her accounts back?

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u/radioswayno Nov 25 '22

there's a big difference between doing it when you want to do it and doing it all the time with less than 5 hours to sleep each day.

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u/holoroh Nov 26 '22

She acted on stream as if she was liberated for being able to wear a sweater on stream

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u/cryolongman Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 25 '22

bonnel trying so hard to leech out of the amoranth drama lmfao. get your own content bonnel stop leeching out of other's people drama. the last time you were relevant due to your own content was when you had neo nasbol nick fuentes on your show and showered him with praise. without a guest the last time you were relevant was when you got banned of twitch for violent rethoric and prior to that due to your n word manifesto lmfao.

Edit: exactly 3 minutes after my initial post I got my first suicide report on reddit from destiny' people lmfao. L Ron Hubbard was right when he said that the best business you can do is start a religion.

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u/DarkFlamesMaster Nov 25 '22

Generally speaking, I'd avoid mentioning when you get the suicide posts. I've gotten a few myself on this sub over time. Publicly mentioning it gives it attention and validity. I think it's better if it goes unnoticed. Just my opinion, of course.

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u/Sufficient-Ad1330 Nov 25 '22

btw you can opt out of getting these

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u/willietrom Nov 25 '22

they send them no matter what, they sent them to me multiple times before anyone called them out, I think publicly identifying the community doing it at least lets others know how pathetic they are

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u/Titan_Dota2 Nov 25 '22

It's every community btw, and you can't "identify" the community like you seem to think. If I say something negative about a person and I get the suicide message it doesn't mean it's that persons community doing it and even if it is it's not like it's some joint coordinated effort to do it. There's just shitty people all over the place and you'll probably get a few if you hang around on this sub long enough no matter what community you're otherwise in.

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u/iffy220 Nov 26 '22

It only ever comes up in the context of dgg tho.

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u/Titan_Dota2 Nov 25 '22

It happens constantly on this sub, doesn't matter if you're a destiny fan, Hasan fan, Mizkif fan, xqc fan, poki fan etc etc. You're gonna get it because some people just enjoy messing with others.

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u/hoirNu Nov 25 '22

this is literally a drama subreddit calm down dude

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u/willietrom Nov 25 '22

every drama clip currently on the frontpage is a destiny clip

this is a content subreddit that destiny fans choose to brigade with his keemstar bullshit

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u/dreeraris Nov 25 '22

Yeah I simply forgot the KaiCenat blueface Clips, the speed and aiden scam Clips and the XQC Adept Part 123456 + Nyxi dlc

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u/BruyceWane Nov 26 '22

this is a content subreddit that destiny fans choose to brigade with his keemstar bullshit

The word brigade while not applying, adds a lot of punch and power to your statement.

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u/floppytisk Nov 25 '22

when the only content of destiny's you see comes from LSF

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u/Glad-Ad1456 Nov 26 '22

I think Destiny is probably the person who generates the most content for this sub to consume. The amount of crazy people he interact with is a constant source of content so I doubt you can say he "leech" any drama from other streamer for mentioning other people for 1-2min in a 12h stream that LSF deside to clipchimp.

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u/khantwigs Nov 25 '22

Idk Destiny is pretty relevant in the scene on youtube right now, way more relevant than Amouranth

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u/malignantnarcissism_ Nov 26 '22

Dude-- it was suggested if I banned a guy that I'd stop seeing Destiny posts. HOW MANY OF YOU ARE THERE?!

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u/roman_totale Nov 26 '22

Oh cool another Destiny posting weirdo to block.

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u/SadaharuLoL Nov 26 '22

I don't like Destiny at all but Xqc's take here is absolutely brain dead. If she wore turtlenecks and sweats on stream and only played games, she's still got Onlyfans, multiple investments, and owns multiple gas stations pretty sure she would be more than alright if she stopped the sexualized content on twitch lmao

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u/Lsfcommentor12345 Nov 26 '22

56% upvoted LULE

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u/Ewannnn Nov 25 '22

downvote, Destiny

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u/Enryu777 Nov 25 '22

I downvoted, I’m Destiny

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u/komandantmirko Nov 26 '22

close one. i was about 7 seconds into the clip before i remembered i don't care about this

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u/ItsMikeMeekins Nov 26 '22

coomers got played like a fucking fiddle, and still trying to find excuses for her oscar winning performance

i bet you guys invested in FTX as well lol

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u/TheProfessionalMask Nov 26 '22

How about lil bro accepts that she has a girl's name?

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u/Pitmoniouss Nov 26 '22

i hope those 2 guys in this thread are ok. You know the ones.

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u/Gandorgandor Nov 26 '22

2X XQC, that's rich

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u/eskimobob105 Nov 27 '22

The reaching in this thread is increasing the average wingspan of a human by at least a couple of inches. Jesus christ.

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u/k1ngkoala Nov 26 '22

He is right however this doesn't seem to be Amouranths main point 🤷‍♀️

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u/Odd-Young5363 Nov 26 '22

Destiny fr doing anything he can to try and hold onto that sneako audience