RHOP’s Candiace Dillard Possible Having “Cash Flow Issues!”
She desperately NEEDS coin from Bravo!
The Real Housewives of Potomac star felt that since she was a part of the main storyline for season 5, she deserved a big fat raise for season 6. The only problem is that Bravo disagreed. Read on for more since Candiace Dillard has possible “Cash Flow Issues”…
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CelebnReality247.com reports that Candiace Dillard tried Bravo to get more coin, but she got the standard 10% increase like all Housewives.
The only problem is Candiace Dillard is said to be having some money issues and may have bitten off more than she can chew with the new $1 million dollar home.
According to Tamara Tattles, Bravo contracts are pretty standard across the board. For every season you are asked back, you get a 10% raise. Sometimes, Bravo will give in to salary increase demands if they deem the Housewife worthy of it.
Bravo didn’t think Candiace deserved more than the standard 10% salary increase for season 6, which didn’t make the former beauty queen turned reality star happy.
So, Candiace had her attorney negotiate with the network, which didn’t do much to help the situation.
She then decided to take a page out of NeNe Leakes’ book and sit out the first few filming days for season 6.
After a few days, Candiace finally came to her senses and signed her season 6 contract when she realized she was losing money by the day.
It turns out this isn’t the only drama going down in Candiace’s life. TT also reports that Candiace may have “cash flow issues” as she asked Bravo to advance her first episode paycheck early.
What We’ve learned:
Bravo did oblige as they follow a set schedule to pay their stars; checks are delivered either on the first or the fifteenth of the month.
It seems like Candiace may have bitten off more than she can chew with the purchase of her new $1 million home in Upper Marlboro, MD.
She’s also currently still on the hook for her four-story townhouse, located in Oxon Hill, Maryland, which she recently put on the market for $799,000.
Candice told PEOPLE:
It’s a great time for the current market and we have had the home in our family long enough to make a generous return on our investment. We were ready for a change.
RHOP is expected to return to Bravo in mid-to-late 2021.