Doc Antle's Son Is Already Cashing In On His Very Brief 'Tiger King' Appearance
- The Tiger King cast is cashing in on the app Cameo.
- Cameo allows you to pay for video shoutouts from your favorite celebrities.
- Kody Antle, the son of Doc Antle, is charging the most.
Most people featured in Tiger King haven’t exactly been thrilled with the way they were portrayed in the documentary, and fair. Doc Antle is getting trashed online for possibly having a slew of young wives, Carole Baskin is being forced to address rumors (again) that she killed her former husband, and Joe Exotic’s ex-husband John Finlay is ticked that producers only showed interviews of him with very few teeth. So, most people who appeared in Tiger King are now salty about it.
Apparently that hasn’t stopped them from cashing in on the experience, though, because some of them are now on Cameo. (In case you’re not familiar with it, Cameo is a video-sharing site that allows you to get personalized shout-outs from your favorite famous people.)
New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz recently discovered the Tiger King cast is all over Cameo, and she shared this juicy nugget with the world.
Here are the Tiger King cast members on Cameo:
– Jeff Lowe
– Doc Antle’s son and one wife
– The campaign manager Joe hired from the gun section of Walmart
– Kelci Saffery, who lost an arm to a tiger at the Zoo pic.twitter.com/nkNKFRfwmo
As of this second, you can chat with the following Tiger King cast members:
- Jeff Lowe, the alleged swinger and head scarf-lover who multiple people say swindled Joe Exotic out of the G.W. Zoo, and now owns the place.
- Joshua Dial, the former gun section worker from Walmart who Joe hired to be his presidential and gubernatorial campaign manager.
- Kody Antel, Doc Antle’s son who appeared in the documentary for approximately 10 seconds.
- Tawney Antel, one of Doc Antel’s “wives”
- Kelci Saffery, the G.W. Zoo worker who lost an arm to a tiger and was back at work within days.
Getting a message from any of these folks will set you back anywhere from $50 to $108, with Kody inexplicably costing the most. Apparently prices are inversely related to how much screen time you get? IDK.
Either way, if you’re bored at home or want to send a happy bday message (or, um, April Fool’s Day message?) to your favorite Tiger King-lover, you know what to do.
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