Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Says the Reason he Told King Charles III, Prince William, and the Royal Palace to “Keep Their Mouths Shut” When Harry and Meghan Did Their Little Shock Video Show and Harry Came Out With His Book, “Spare,” is Because the Royal Family Did Not Have to Say Anything as Harry and Meghan Were Destroying Themselves and Now They Have Completely Imploded. The Reason For That is Because People, in General, do Not Care For People Who Are Wannabes and Who Are Trying to be Something They Are Not. They Especially do not Care For People Who Are supposed to be Royals but do Not Understand That Their Power is in Their Royal Blood and heritage, and People Will Let Them be Royals if They Would Shut Their Mouths and Wave. The Prince of Wokeism, Harry, failed himself, the Queen, and the Royal Family by (1) Marrying a divorced woman. (2) Not making that woman understand that their power, authority, and privilege come solely through the Queen and their royal heritage. (3) Harry became “pu–y-whipped,” hen-pecked, controlled, and dominated by the Princess of WOKEISM, Meghan, and her “black woman magic.” Some results of “Royal” WOKEISM foolishness:
1. Meghan Markle’s Archetypes podcast ‘will be canceled by Spotify’ with The Prince and Princess of WOKEISM ‘set to lose full payout of $20 Million due to low productivity.’ GO WOKE, GO BROKE! Whyte says Spotify is not canceling them because of “low productivity.” Spotify is canceling them because they are both “WOKE toast.” They are done, and people who once liked them can’t stand them now.
2. On top of that, in an article that appeared on June 1st in The Telegraph of Great Britain, the Prince and Princess of WOKEISM, Harry and Meghan, say they want to stay silent and leave the spotlight and turn their back on book deals and celebrity interviews. Hmm, the Prince and Princess of WOKEISM ARE CANCELING THEMSELVES!
Meghan Markle’s Spotify podcast Archetypes will not be renewed for a second season as the audio company begins to make changes and revamp its output, it has been reported.
The plans to ditch the Duchess of Sussex‘s show, which explores the ‘labels that try to hold women back’, follows discussions months ago about renewing it for a second series.
Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, reportedly signed a $20 million deal with Spotify for the project in late 2020. But insiders close to the audio giant claim that the royal couple did not meet the productivity benchmark required to receive the full payout, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The determined Duchess, however, is still planning to create more podcasts and find a new home for her series, which has previously featured her friend and tennis star Serena Williams, pop sensation Mariah Carey and South African comedian Trevor Noah.
The axing of the show comes after sources close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex claimed the pair would stop making tell-all Netflix documentaries, publishing memoirs, and sitting down for interviews that bash the Royal Family, as they have ‘nothing left to say’.
Spotify were said to carry out conversations for a second series of Archetypes earlier on the year following the end of the first season, but conversations later stalled.
The talent agency that recently signed Meghan, WME, told the WSJ: ‘The team behind Archetypes remain proud of the podcast they created at Spotify. Meghan is continuing to develop more content for the Archetypes audience on another platform.’
The podcast reached the top of Spotify’s charts in the week it premiered.
Spotify, Archwell, and WME have been contacted by MailOnline.
It comes as Spotify announced it would be laying off around 200 staff members – around two percent of their workforce – who work within their podcast teams. It cited difficulties in making podcasts profitable, despite its popularity among listeners.
Meghan signed off her 12th episode in the Archetypes podcast series with a defiant piece of poetry about survival – but made no mention of a potential second series.
Closing the show, which featured men for the first time, she quoted the Greek post-war poet Dinos Chrisianopoulos and said: ‘What didn’t you do to bury me? But you forgot that I was a seed.’
Discussions to publish more content from Archwell, the production company owned by the royal couple, are ongoing, the paper reported.
There are also suggestions that Meghan could soon look to bring her wellness and lifestyle blog the Tig, in a bid to rival Gwynth Paltrow’s Goop website, which is reportedly worth £200 million.
Source: Daily Mail Online