The Try Guys podcast producer Miles Bonsignore has shared a hilariously out of the loop tweet after he spent a day offline yesterday.
On Tuesday (September 27) member of YouTube group The Try Guys, Ned Fulmer, admitted to having a “consensual workplace relationship” in a statement on social media. Following this, The Try Guys released a follow-up statement which confirmed that they and Fulmer had parted ways.
Following the events of Tuesday, Miles, who said he had spent yesterday offline, returned to the microblogging platform. It appears he was slightly out of touch with the latest online drama.
The Try Guys producer returns to Twitter after day offline
This week, The Try Guys became a trending topic online after one of the YouTube group’s founding members, Ned Fulmer, admitted to having a relationship with a co-worker on Tuesday.
Following the revelation, The Try Guy’s social media pages on the same day shared a statement announcing they are no longer working with Fulmer. The decision came following an “internal review” and discussion with Fulmer.
While some crew members who worked at the YouTube group’s production company have shared their reactions to the situation online, The Try Guys’ Miles took to Twitter himself – but it appears he may not be as clued-up as his colleagues. As he tweeted that he had been offline, he shared a rather out-of-the-loop tweet amid his return.
In a post to his 44,400 followers on Twitter, he wrote: “Haven’t been online today, hopefully, nothing funky happened!”
Get to know Miles Bonsignore
Miles Bonsignore is a podcast producer for YouTube Group, The Try Guys. He helps with the running of their podcast TryPods, some tasks behind the scenes as well as appearing on it.
The 29-year-old, who currently resides in Los Angeles, California, has worked alongside The Try Guys stars Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld, Eugene Lee Yang and Ned Fulmer since 2018. This is when they founded their production company, 2nd Try, LLC.
Having had a brief six-month stint at BuzzFeed as a video fellow, he joined 2nd Try, LLC initially as a production assistant before later becoming an assistant production coordinator after 10 months.
He went on to step into his current role as podcast producer in 2019 when the first episode of TryPods aired that May. In the episode, Zach introduces Miles to listeners as their “internet digital butler and podcast gremlin.”
The nickname “podcast gremlin” went on to become well known on the series among fans and with Miles, over the years. He also amassed his own following and has been known as the Miles Nation. In 2020, he even released Miles Nation merch for his fans.
TryPods won a Webby for People’s Voice Winner in the podcasts comedy category in 2020. While accepting the gong, the Try Guys noted Miles’ growing fan base as they said: “What’s up, Miles Nation, keep on trying…”
Miles launched his own podcast in July
While he has become a familiar personality to TryPods listeners, earlier this year, he launched his own podcast titled Perfect Person.
The podcast is a comedy advice-style series which invites listeners to call or text in about their problems and worries. During the show’s weekly run, Miles has tackled everything from parenting woes to awkward dating experiences.
Despite him lending an ear to listeners’ problems on his own podcast, he is still a part of TryPods. He even featured on the show’s latest episode, which was released on Monday, (September 26).
The latest episode of Perfect Person dropped today (September 28). He announced the new release on Twitter following the recent drama involving his TryGuy co-workers as he wrote: “…Lol good morning everyone! New ep of Perfect Person out this morning.”