Twitch streamer and political activist Keffals has accused fellow streamer Steven “Destiny” Bonnell II of threatening to dox her and having ties to Kiwi Farms, an internet harassment group that Keffals helped break up.
Over the past month, Keffals has been locked in an intense battle with the internet forum Kiwi Farms. Known for targeting online personalities and communities for harassment, Kiwi Farms allegedly doxxed and smashed Keffals on multiple occasions, while spreading false information about the streamer.
After orchestrating social pressure against Cloudfare, Kiwi Farms’ sponsor, the internet protection agency, removed its DDoS-guard protection from the website. In addition to the website takedown, several prominent members of Kiwi Farms have reportedly been charged by German prosecutors with hate speech, cyberstalking, doxing, and more.
In the wake of his apparent victory over Kiwi Farms, Keffals is accusing this longtime Destiny political streamer of being affiliated with Kiwi Farms and attacking Keffals and his family. The Twitch streamer went on to allege Destiny threatened to sue her for accusing him of affiliating with Kiwi Farms. To support his claim, Keffals attached a Google Drive folder with links purporting to confirm his relationship to the website and creator Joshua “Null” Moon.
Keffals also alerted Twitter Support to the alias Destiny used to evade his Twitter ban, operating under the account “TheOmniLiberal”. Shortly after Keffals made his accusations, TheOmniLiberal was promptly suspended from the platform. Although Destiny has repeatedly created new Twitter accounts to dodge the user’s indefinite ban, the YouTube streamer has yet to appear on another account.
In the days leading up to his ban, Destiny spent several streams rebuking previous allegations made against him and criticizing Keffal’s recent appearance on the H3H3 podcast. the old Starcraft pro still seems to be drafting a document to respond to the allegations made against him, however, since his Twitter alias has been suspended again, Destiny will likely only be able to release his statement via his YouTube feed.