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Diary of a Star CEO Steven Bartlett Says Molly-Mae Hague Doesn’t Get Paid For Podcasts

Steven Bartlett, 29, insists that Molly-Mae Hague and Matt Hancock were not paid to appear in his CEO Diary podcast.

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Dragon’s Den star Steven Bartlett revealed that Molly-Mae Hague and Matt Hancock were not paid for their interviews.

The 29-year-old host of Diary of a CEO said his guests often come up to him to feature on his show and he “never” paid anyone to appear .

Dragons’ Den’s youngest investor, Steven, said in an Instagram Q&A: “I have never and never will ever pay a guest to come join. Absolutely not. when.

“Getting great guests was once a challenge, but as podcasts have become more popular, that has changed.

“Now the majority of our guests contact us through their PR team and ask to join and the remaining 20% ​​are people I’ve DMed because I’m interested in them.”







Steven Bartlett hosts the podcast Diary of a CEO
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He was asked if he paid guests to appear on the show
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Steven’s podcast has recently made headlines with guests like Molly-Mae Hague making comments on poverty and work ethic.

The former Love Island actress has been heavily criticized for her: “we all have the same 24 hours in a day” and that “if people want something enough, they can get it”.

She explained on the podcast: “I understand we all come from different backgrounds and we were all raised in different ways and we have different financial situations, but I think if you want to have a everything then you can achieve it.







Molly-Mae was fired for making a series of allegedly controversial comments
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“It just depends on how far you want to go to get where you want to be in the future. And I’ll go to any length.”

Matt Hancock, the former Health Secretary, insists that his act of cuddling with top aide Gina Coladangelo “doesn’t break the law”.

After stepping down from the cabinet last year, he told the Diary Of A CEO podcast: “I resigned because I broke the guidelines on social distancing. At the time they weren’t really laws, they were rules.







Matt Hancock Talks About Kissing His Top Aide That Made Him Give Up
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“But that’s not the point. The point is that they were the guidelines I suggested. And that happened because I fell in love with someone.”

Steven confessed to being “hopeless” at school and that he even dropped out of Manchester Metropolitan University after just two weeks.

He used to steal food from corner shops but became a millionaire at 23 after starting his own business out of his bedroom.







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Even so, he is now estimated at £50m after his social media marketing company Social Chain was listed for $200m on the Dusseldorf stock exchange.

Talking about his experience on Dragon’s Den, he said, “I feel a sense of responsibility because there’s never been a young, black Dragon on the show. Of course, the strongest role models. are the most reliable role models.”

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