Call Her Daddy was a very small podcast with no exposure before joining up with Barstool. As soon as that deal happened the Daddy girls ended up taking the Internet by storm. Bringing in millions of listeners every month, and blowing up on social media. Becoming their own brand.
The contract with Barstool says they’re each making $75,000 annually as a base salary — going up to $100,000 after three years — with an additional $2,500 an episode for every 10% of listeners that they can pull in above their average. The deal adds up to a steady six-figure take-home, insiders estimate.
A Barstool rep told media networks that, “In the case of ‘Call Her Daddy,’ we took a risk on unproven talent and put the full resources of Barstool Sports and our million-dollar marketing machine behind them to make them huge.” The rep told us that they’ve been given “significant raises.” “The goal with all of our talent here, including Alex and Sofia, is that at the end of their contract, their personal brands are worth far more than when they started.”
They added, “We take risks on talent and try to make them superstars. We believe it is a win-win for everybody.”
The Daddy Girls should start putting content on OnlyFans, some women are making upwards of $100K a month from the network. The Daddy Girls would easily triple the salary they have with Barstool, but somehow that money made would end up in Barstool pocket.
This podcast is huge… They’re worth more than $100K a year each. Call Her Daddy could honestly become their own seperate brand and would be fine. Although, I’m not too sure how they’ll end up getting out of the contract with Barstool… and holding the Call Her Daddy rights…
Maybe… Just maybe… If CHD would have went to work every month instead of every other month they wouldn’t be feuding and would have a new contract?
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