A random collection of Joe Rogan shouting the “N word” has gone viral. One of the most well-known media figures, Rogan has built a name for himself by expressing his opinions. According to the Joe Rogan Experience podcast host, Rogan is making an income through the discussion of certain topics.
Rogan’s JRE show on Spotify recently came under fire for allegedly spreading “misinformation” on COVID-19. The UFC commentator’s use of the “N word” in numerous episodes of PatriotTakes’ podcast peaked the dispute.
WHO IS JOE ROGAN?
In 1967, Joseph James Rogan was born in the United States. He is an American podcaster and a color commentator for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). There are many different people on his podcast called The Joe Rogan Experience. They talk about everything from current events to politics and philosophy to humor and hobbies.
Rogan was born in Newark, New Jersey. In August 1988, he moved to Boston to start his comedic act. As soon as he moved to Los Angeles in 1994, his acting career really took off. He had an exclusive development deal with Disney at the time, and he worked on shows like Hardball and News Radio as an actor. At the UFC, he interviewed people and did color commentary in 1997. From 2001 to 2006, he hosted the game Fear Factor. I’m Dead Someday came out in 2000, and he became well-known because of that.
There are new Joe Rogan controversies on the horizon:
It’s already popular on Twitter. Joe Rogan’s “N word” compilation had almost one million views. Soon, the issue was talked about by news organizations.
People who were in favor of Rogan were clearly the target of PatriotTakes’ response. As “This is who the right stands up for,” it was clear what they meant. Political reporter Michael Shure, on the other hand, found a new way to do his job.
“Of course, this is a very complicated issue. But I’m really proud of the steps that we took following the concerns raised by the medical and scientific communities.”
The Joe Rogan Experience” is said to have cost Spotify $100 million in 2019. According to reports, Spotify bought the exclusive streaming rights to Rogan’s podcast in 2019. In light of the recent controversy, they have said they will be taking steps to tell subscribers about Rogan’s COVID-19 lies. A lot more of Joe Rogan’s bad behavior is coming to light now that he has apologized and called the dialogue on his show “just conversations.”
Public apology: Joe Rogan says he is “sorry” and that he will “try to be fair.”