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Destiny's Wife Runs Off refers to a controversy surrounding streamer and YouTuber Destiny and his wife Melina Goransson, an influencer and a Twitch streamer, who reportedly became obsessed with a Swedish streamer she was involved with. Destiny and Goransson, who are in an open marriage, are purportedly heading for a divorce as a result of the situation. The subject became a viral topic of discussions and memes in early December 2023 as word of the drama spread online.
On December 6th, 2023, Redditor DGG-DALIBAN-WARRIOR made a drama post in the /r/Destiny subreddit about streamer Destiny unfollowing and blocking Melina on social platforms, commenting "it's all ogre…" The post (shown below), which received over 1,900 upvotes in two days, was later updated with news that Melina's melW emote was removed from the list of Destiny's Twitch emotes, along with some other speculations regarding the couple.
Later that day, a post clarifying the situation appeared on Destiny's Discord server. In it, Destiny said that his wife, influencer and streamer Melina Goransson (with whom he is in an open marriage) had become obsessed with "a toxic/abusive guy" (allegedly, Swedish TikToker @memetix), who gave her an ultimatum that she must divorce Destiny, allegedly threatening to kill himself (post shown below). The message, in which Destiny says "I'm out," led many to believe that the couple might be heading for a divorce.
Also that day, a clip from Melina Goransson's mid-November 2023 Twitch stream in which she is sitting with a feminine-looking man (purportedly Swedish TikToker @memetix) in her lap saw viral spread (shown below).
On December 7th, 2023, the news became a viral topic of discussion on X and Reddit, with users commenting on the drama and posting memes. For example, on December 7th, streamer Darius shared a Hello, Human Resources?! meme referencing both the current drama and his past controversy involving Goransson, which received over 100 reposts and 2,200 likes on X in one day (shown below, left).
The topic maintained prevalence online the following day, with more memes and reactions going viral.
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