More members of content team The Mob have decided to apologize to streamer Natalia “Alinity” Mogollon for harassing her earlier in the year.
After The Mob’s Froste decided to discuss his disdain of toxic communities on Twitter, Alinity couldn’t help but point out his hypocrisy. She shared screenshots of 100 Thieves’ The Mob members repeatedly attacking her over animal abuse allegations on her birthday. Alinity tweeted that it was hard for her not to say anything when she saw the “hate mob” talk about positivity and not harassing people after their past actions.
“I think it would upset you enough to feel like you have to say something. Because these people might just hurt someone else,” Alinity replied to Froste.
Throughout the Twitter feud, Froste stuck to his stance against Alinity. But not it seems that Froste has joined fellow member JhbTeam in apologizing to Alinity for past toxicity towards her.
A day after saying Alinity “ran out of animals to abuse,” Froste has decided to play nice with the controversial streamer.
“Looking back at it, you didn’t deserve the level of harassment that you got and I’m sorry for the part I played in it,” Froste tweeted.
Froste explained that he didn’t harass Alinity when she was initially accused of hurting her animals after throwing her cat on stream. But he did admit to discussing the situation after it went down “like everyone else.” Froste claimed he defended Alinity later on “about the whole cat throwing thing.”
I didnt harass you when all that went down. I did tweet about the situation just like everyone else & later I defended you on stream about the whole cat throwing thing. Looking back at it you didn’t deserve the level of harassment that u got & Im sorry for the part I played in it
— Froste 💯 (@Froste) December 9, 2020
In a follow-up tweet, Froste backpedaled on his apology a bit. The content creator explained that it’s “not fair” to compare the toxicity level of “stans” who doxed people and sent death threats to The Mob members making jokes about Alinity.
Alinity responded that “Mob stans” had egged her house and shot fireworks in her direction last year.
“So maybe if that didn’t happen you would have a point. But if you’re actually serious about being nicer that’s fine. Fresh start then,” Alinity said.
The Mob is a team of content creators that have partnered with esports organization 100 Thieves. All members of The Mob have a big social media following and make content for 100 Thieves’ fans.