Sofia Franklyn Wiki – Sofia Franklyn Bio
Sofia Franklyn (born July 21, 1992) is an American radio presenter, Podcaster, and Blogger from Salt Lake City, Utah. She gained fame and stardom for herself as an internet celebrity. Sofia was co-host of a trending podcast titled “Call Her Daddy” with Alexandra Cooper (Web Personality). The duo came up with the idea in the bar. In the past, they partied together and discussed sex education. Alexandra and Sofia framed an idea to form a podcast of their discussion. Soon, they captured people’s attention and appreciation. Listeners are eager to learn more from their two hosts. It is an exciting concept for them on the internet. Meanwhile, this is a definitive turnaround for Franklyn in his professional career. The 28-year-old internet sensation shared the creation of the “Call Her Daddy” podcast online.
More than a month ago, Alexandra Cooper and Sofia Franklyn recorded an episode of Barstool Sports’ Call Her Daddy. The two hosts usually record the podcast once a week, covering explicit topics about their lives and giving advice. Call Her Daddy has built up a huge fan base that Cooper and Franklyn call “The Daddy Gang”. The last episode they recorded together was the April 8 podcast titled “How To Keep Them Interested During Quarantine.” On May 16, The New York Post reported that Cooper and Franklyn disagreed and that the girls were not talking to each other. Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy gave an update on the Call Her Daddy podcast and his version of the controversy. Portnoy said the two had a three-year contract with Barstool Sports and that the two hosts had been buying the podcast from other media.
Sofia Franklin Shared Her Side of the ‘Call Her Daddy’
On May 19, Franklin posted an Instagram story explaining his side of the Call Her Daddy controversy. At the beginning of her explanation, she said there were a lot of “crazy things thrown” and that some of them were true and some were false. Franklyn then said that she was going to be 100% honest with her followers. Franklin said that she and Cooper created Call Her Daddy together in March 2018. She said that at the time, she and Cooper were best friends, roommates, and “possibly like sisters.”
Then we took the show to Barstool Sports. Did Barstool Sports help blow up Call Her Daddy? 100%. After some time had passed, Alex and I then both decided we wanted to consider some other options for multiple reasons, one of them being for the benefit of The Daddy Gang, believe it or not. But we did.
Sofia Franklin Instagram Story
During the Instagram story, Franklyn said, “We wanted to work something out with Barstool, hence the meeting with Dave [Portnoy]. And after the meeting with Dave, that’s when negotiations started with both Alex and I to get a deal done.”
Franklyn said, “This is where the story gets extremely f**ked up. I found out that Alex had gone behind my back and done something, and I found out it wasn’t the first time. And that’s why we’re here.”
She said that she trusted Cooper and that she feels betrayed. Franklyn said that Cooper was her best friend and “that doesn’t change overnight. And I’m willing to do Call Her Daddy. I really am. I just can’t do it under the circumstances that she wants.”
Franklyn continued, “I can’t do it while she’s demanding that she controls the show. I don’t want to be like her employee. We are partners. We’ve always been that way — we’ve always been 50-50.”
At the end of the Instagram story, she thanked The Daddy Gang members that have stuck beside her during this controversy, and that she was eternally grateful.
To read Portnoy’s take on the entire controversy between the two hosts and Barstool Sports, click the “Read Next” link below:
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