Podcasts are a lot like the ocean in that they cover 70 percent of our planet, but over 80 percent of them are undiscovered. But the pair posted their last episode together on April 8, and according to reports, they were feuding with both each other, and with their higher ups at Bartstool. Join us as we unpack it. Franklyn and Cooper started recording Call Her Daddy in According to a profile of the pair in the New York Post , they met during a vacation at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, that year. When Cooper and Franklyn returned to New York, they started recording Call Her Daddy together, and about a month later, Barstool Sports bought the podcast, and hired the two women as employees. In fact, it did. Lucky US! In short, it boils down to a contract dispute. Cooper and Franklyn felt they had outgrown the Barstool Sports pond and wanted to find ways to expand their brands and income outside of the show, while the executives at Barstool felt that the hosts owed them for the platform and audience they had provided them early in their careers, and wanted them to honor the three-year contract they had signed.
By Frances Mulraney For Dailymail. The co-host of popular podcast 'Call Her Daddy' has broken her silence on the controversy surrounding the show as she blasts her former partner as greedy. Alexandra Cooper, 25, returned to present the show for the first time solo on Wednesday after a furious controversy erupted with her former co-host Sofia Franklyn, 27, and the podcast's owners Barstool Sports. Cooper claimed that she carried out most of the work involved in the podcast and that she was growing increasingly frustrated with Franklyn's push for more money. In an episode entitled 'The Funeral', Cooper broke down the events leading to the end of their friendship, claiming that Franklyn's boyfriend, HBO Sports executive Peter Nelson, was exploiting the podcast for his own gain. The friendship turned so sour that Cooper revealed 'the last back-and-forth, big communication I had with Sofia was f - - king awful. Alexandra Cooper, pictured left, broke her silence Wednesday about her former Call Her Daddy co-host Sofia Franklyn as she returned to host the show solo for the first time. Cooper has blasted Franklyn's boyfriend, HBO Sports executive Peter Nelson, for exploiting the podcast for his own gain and said that he was 'controlling' of her former friend. Franklyn and Cooper started the podcast, in which they discuss sex and dating, in It was quickly acquired by Barstool Sports and became an immediate success.
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This week, it descended into a fireball of chaos and internet drama. Two friends, Sofia Franklyn, 27, and Alexandra Cooper, 26, started the show in after coming up with the idea over a vacation. The podcast was acquired by Barstool Sports about a month after the first episode aired and quickly began raking in hundreds of thousands of subscribers.
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