Rogan Turns Spotify Controversy into Comedy Gold

Joe Rogan has found himself the subject of the cancel culture the last few weeks.

Several entertainers decided that his voice needed to be silenced, so they said they were pulling their content from Spotify in protest.

Rogan is also facing heat over podcasts that used the N-word, but he turned it all into a stand-up routine rather than hide from it.

Sorry, Not Sorry

Rogan gave the obligatory apology and agreed to delete the content, but he is far from the only big name that has ever done this.

Have you ever seen Howard Stern’s blackface routines?

He has literally dropped the N-word hundreds of times on his radio show.

And, if saying the N-word is grounds for cancelation, how about Joe Biden using it on the Senate floor?

Rogan, on the controversy, stated, “Somebody made a compilation of every time I said that word over 14 years and they put it on YouTube, and it turned out that was racist as f–k. Even to me!

“I’m me and I’m watching it saying, ‘Stop saying it!’ I put my cursor over the video and I’m like, ‘Four more minutes?!’

He went to call it “the most regretful and shameful thing I’ve ever had to talk about publicly.”

Then he dropped a joke, stating, “It’s kind of weird people will get really mad if you use that word and tweet about it on a phone that’s made by slaves.”

On the vaccine statements, Rogan stated, “If you’re taking vaccine advice from me, is that really my fault?

“What dumb s–t were you about to do when my stupid idea sounded better?

“‘You know that dude who made people eat animal d–ks on TV? How does he feel about medicine?’”

He joked, “If you want my advice, don’t take my advice.”

Remember, none of what Joe did was an issue until his vaccine comments, then the trolls went after him.

It is good to see Joe stop apologizing and starting to hit back.

Source: New York Post


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