Alix Earle, the emerging TikTok sensation, recently appeared on the ‘Call Her Daddy’ podcast hosted by Alex Cooper, where she addressed the rumors and allegations surrounding her relationship with NFL star Braxton Berrios. In a candid conversation, Earle provided clarity on her stance and shared insights into her family’s history with infidelity.
During the podcast’s season 4 premiere, Alex Cooper wasted no time delving into the rumors surrounding Earle’s involvement in Berrios’ life. When asked directly about the accusations, Earle firmly responded, “No. They were not together.” She expressed her distress over the online scrutiny, highlighting how triggering it was for her.
Earle also shared a deeply personal aspect of her life – her family’s history with infidelity. She revealed her father’s painful affair with Ashley Dupré and the devastating impact it had on their family. Her strong stance against infidelity served as a backdrop to her perspective on the Berrios situation, emphasizing, “So why the heck would I do that?”
Explaining the origins of the rumors, Earle revealed that Berrios’ ex-girlfriend had started posting subtle hints of unfaithfulness on social media. These insinuations led to speculation, with fingers being pointed at Earle. In response, Earle immediately confronted Berrios, demanding evidence to support the claims: “You know I was asking for the receipts. Like, right away I was probably more concerned than she was. I was like, there’s just no way this happened.”
Berrios himself issued a statement regarding his breakup with Sophia Culpo, clarifying that their separation had no connection to Earle or anyone else. Culpo also shared her perspective, shedding light on the timeline of their breakup, which included allegations of Berrios being spotted with another girl during Super Bowl weekend.
Despite clarifying her side of the story on the podcast, Alix Earle emphasized that she and Braxton Berrios have never been officially in a relationship. She disclosed that they have never been exclusive and explained that the timing of their interactions had never felt right to initiate a formal relationship.