The Chainsmokers Say They’ve Had Threesomes With Fans Multiple Times

The Chainsmokers Say They’ve Had Threesomes With Fans Multiple Times Call Her Daddy/Spotify

The Chainsmokers are known for their numerous hit songs including “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Something Just Like This.” They’re also known for being major douchebags. With that in mind, it should be no surprise that The Chainsmokers members Alexander “Alex” Pall, 37, and Andrew “Drew” Taggart, 33, claimed to have had multiple threesomes with fans while appearing on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast.

The first time it happened, the guys say their minds were blown. They were famous enough to have women throwing themselves at them, and they took full advantage. The fact that it was so easy came as a surprise.

“Does it count if it’s international?” Taggart joked of the first menage a trois. “I think we were both like, ‘What the f***k just happened? Because they were never planned, you know what I mean? It’s weird. I’m not gonna lie.”

Pall insisted that The Chainsmokers never set out to have threesomes with fans. In fact, they “just happened.” However, that was a long time ago and they haven’t done anything like that in a while. He added that early in their careers, they didn’t have the money for separate hotel rooms. This meant they had to share, which is what led to the hookups. “European government doesn’t separate their beds,” he joked.

That’s all ancient history for The Chainsmokers

Now that they’ve experienced all manner of earthly delights, they’re ready to seek higher fulfillment. So, they’re going to perform in a pressurized capsule attached to a stratospheric balloon at the edge of space in 2024. They’ll be accompanied by some scientists and engineers at the intergalactic rave.

“We have always dreamed of going to space and are stoked to collaborate with World View to have this adventure and experience. We know the views of both Earth and space are going to be incredible and inspiring. We hope to leverage this flight for creativity on future projects,” The Chainsmokers said in a statement, per the Associated Press.

We think about inspiring new perspectives and how those new perspectives can lead to a radically improved future for our Earth,” World View’s chief executive officer Ryan Hartman said. “To be able to reach the audience of The Chainsmokers through Alex and Drew’s work contributes to our mission as well.

“It’s something that I’m personally inspired by and excited about. I have just seen first-hand and personally how their music reaches a lot of different groups. [It’s] a lot of different age groups and just how passionate they are about their music and their art. It matches our passion for what we do.”


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