Earlier this week, DaBaby’s artist, Stunna 4 Vegas, confirmed that his record label manager made $350,000 for lending his talents to Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” remix. When he appeared on the Full send podcastthe ‘Babysitter’ hitmaker doubled down on those reports, also explaining how much he gets paid to appear at clubs across the country.

Around 31:30 into the episode, the 30-year-old said, “Oh man, it varies, you know. Sometimes I get 200,000.” At the same time, he made it clear that he was not only there to show up, but also had to work and perform during his appearances.

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“I don’t overdo it though,” he continued. “If they give you that type of sack, it means it’s love. It means you have that type of draw at this club.”

At the time, DaBaby was taking home around $15,000 from his club appearances — far less than he was earning from gigs back then — but these days the money is coming back to him frequently and abundantly.

When discussing his work with Dua, the North Carolina native explained, “I think it was three peers [$300K]. …I think it was 300 to be fair, I don’t want to throw any extra fat in the pan. It was at least three, however. It could have cost $350,000.”

Later in the same interview, DaBaby revealed that the controversy shrouding him following his homophobic rant at last year’s Rolling Loud Miami caused his deal with Burger King to collapse.

“They had my name on the box and everything. It was Jonathan Kirk’s meal,” he shared, also mentioning a never-before-seen commercial shot for the collab

Check out DaBaby’s full appearance on the Full send podcast below, and press again with HNHH later for more hip-hop news updates.