Industry “sources” have accused Meghan of fabricating various interviews on the Archetype podcast. She has staff interview her and claims to have obtained an edited version of her voice for the final episode.
The allegations were reported by podcast-focused outlet Podnews, which said multiple sources claimed that “some of the show’s interviews were conducted by other staff members.” The question was later edited. ’” None of these episodes were particularly highlighted.
The podcast is described on Spotify as “a podcast that explores, dissects, and subverts labels trying to keep women.” While interviews with famous women have been published, Meghan reveals a lot about herself as well. She discussed the concept of her ambition with Serena Williams on the first episode of the podcast. She also opened up about her struggles while living with her royal family.
Meghan Markle’s podcast “Archetype” has been at the center of several controversies, including the spread of misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine. The show was also accused of making anti-Semitic comments and racial slurs. Earlier reports said Spotify paid Prince Harry and Meghan Markle $25 million to sing for a high-paying audio deal.
These allegations come days after it was reported that Meghan’s Spotify podcast would not be renewed for a second season. According to The Wall Street Journal, sources close to Spotify claim the royal couple have not met the productivity standards required to receive full payouts. However, Meghan is reportedly planning to produce more podcasts.
Following the conclusion of the first season, Spotify is reportedly planning to release a second season. Sources close to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have claimed that the couple will stop producing documentaries and memoirs for Netflix and will appear in interviews that don’t talk much about the royal family.
The show’s cancellation comes after it was reported that Spotify could cut another 200 people following the failure of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s podcast. Spotify laid off about 6% of its 6,600 employees in January. The New York Post reports that layoffs have now reached 2% of the streaming platform’s workforce.