It’s been a wild ride since I published the report on Steven Bonnell, aka Destiny, last night. I guess it might be a little pretentious to call it a report, since it was just a clip of his own words from his most recent stream and about 200 words added around it. But it really pissed him and his fans off. They are mad online. Very mad.
First off, we have Destiny himself filing a DMCA against me live on air last night. As of this writing, the original video is still up.
In this clip, Twitch streamer Steven Bonnell, aka ‘Destiny’, files a false DMCA against @TheRalphRetort. Ralph reported on the news from Destiny’s own mouth that he was now under investigation by the FBI for allegations that he may possess illicit content involving minors. pic.twitter.com/bRrh8Jy80V
— The Gator Gamer (@TheGatorGamer) March 23, 2018
Then his fans amassed on Reddit and plotted to take my Twitter offline…
That worked out about as well as Destiny’s pathetic attempt at squelching the footage did…
They were also threatening DMCA reports like their lame hero, but it’s not worth screenshotting a bunch of 12-year-olds crying about a mean man on the internet.
(Also, I’m no expert, but this seems like an organized off-site harassment campaign, which is against Twitch’s new terms of service. It would sure be a shame if people mass reported Liddle Stevie.)
This whole thing is fucking hilarious to me. By acting this way, all Mr. Bonnell is doing is making himself look guilty. I don’t know if there’s any merit to the investigation or not. I simply reported what the man said, which was the FBI came by his house and asked to look at his computer due to him possibly having child porn on it. He said this himself! If Destiny, or his sperg army, wants someone to blame for this episode, they don’t have very far to go.
If I was him, I would be worried about much more important topics…