Joe Rogan says Trump not welcome on his podcast: ‘I don’t want to help him’
Rogan, who supported Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in 2020 and has backed Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis if the Republican were to run for president in 2024, described Trump as a “polarizing figure” and “an existential threat to democracy itself.”washingtonpost.com
Joe Rogan Reveals He’s Rejected Trump Multiple Times for Interview
YouTubeJoe Rogan claimed this week that Donald Trump has repeatedly asked to appear on his popular podcast—only for the controversial podcaster to shoot down the offers because he’s “not interested in helping” Trump.Just days after backing GOP Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for president, the charter member of the so-called Intellectual Dark Web also pointed out that he is “not a Trump supporter in any way, shape, or form.”Talking to fellow podcast host Lex Fridman earlier this week, Rogan remarked tnews.yahoo.com
‘He was Comfortable Doing It’: Samuel L. Jackson Slams Joe Rogan’s Use of the N-Word and Explains Why Leo DiCaprio Got a Pass In ‘D’Jango Unchained’
Actor Samuel L. Jackson, a man known for saying an expletive or two, has weighed in on the Joe Rogan controversy. Recently, the white shock […]news.yahoo.com
The Rock Does Not Need Your Whitesplaining. None of Us Do.
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyI'm fed up with white liberals virtue-‘splaining to people of color what we should be saying, thinking, and feeling.As a longtime Latino columnist, I give my opinions for a living, and it’s part of the job description that you won’t ever be able to please everyone. This has led to many things being virtue-'splained to me over three decades, often by condescending white liberals who would talk down to me because they believed they were benews.yahoo.com
Joe Rogan likes to embody the spirit of a regular day on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience. But he has more power, and responsibility, than a regular guy.
Hosting “The Joe Rogan Experience” comes with responsibilities far beyond those of a normal dude having loose conversations with whomever about whatever.washingtonpost.com
'But what if that’s what they sound like?': Clips of Joe Rogan mocking Asian accents add to controversy
Video clips of Joe Rogan mocking Asian people on his show “The Joe Rogan Experience” have emerged online amid ongoing condemnations of alleged racism in his content. Twitter user Alex Paterson, a senior researcher for progressive media watchdog group Media Matters who has dubbed himself a “Joe Rogan watchdog,” created a Twitter thread on Tuesday that highlights the “most hateful things” Rogan has said on his popular podcast over the past year and a half. “I’m seeing a lot of Joe Rogan’s worst comments from the 2010s circulating,” wrote Paterson.news.yahoo.com
Howard Stern says Joe Rogan's apology should be 'I'm wrong, and go get the vaccine before you die'
Howard Stern has some advice for embattled podcast host Joe Rogan: He should issue an apology saying, "I'm wrong, and go get the vaccine before you die."The SiriusXM host weighed in on the controversy over COVID-19 misinformation on Spotify's "The Joe Rogan Experience.""The whole thing with Joe Rogan is so silly to me," Stern told listeners on Tuesday. "Even the apology he just should've said, "You know what? Listen, I'm a comedian... And I have...news.yahoo.com
Joe Rogan gets $100M offer from Trump-affiliated site
“Dear Joe, we stand with you, your guests and your legion of fans in desire for real conversation,” Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski said in an email to Rogan Wrote Rumble’s Twitter page Monday. A Yahoo finance report said Rogan did not respond when asked to comment on the offer. The real uproar began over Rogan’s podcast — “The Joe Rogan Experience” — providing a platform for COVID-19 misinformation. “I am doing this because Spotify is spreading false information about vaccines — potentially causing death to those who believe the disinformation being spread by them,” Young wrote at the time. She left the platform and, over the weekend, released the clips of Rogan using racial slurs on his podcast along with the hashtag #DeleteSpotify.”“Don’t say it,” she said.mlive.com
Joe Rogan apologizes for using N-word, comparing Black neighborhood to ‘Planet of the Apes’ movie
Just last week Joe Rogan was weighing in on who was really Black, and who wasn’t. Saturday, the comedian, UFC commentator and Spotify podcaster, was apologizing for using the n-word repeatedly and reportedly comparing a Black neighborhood to a “Planet of the Apes” movie. This, after India Arie posted a video showing Rogan using the n-word on his podcast. I have always stood there.”Per the report, this comes as Spotify “quietly removed 70 episodes of Joe Rogan’s podcast” Friday. Rogan’s multi-year deal with Spotify for “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast is reportedly worth more than $100 million.mlive.com
Trevor Noah Defends Joe Rogan’s ‘Refreshing’ Apology
Comedy CentralJust a few days after he tore into Joe Rogan for making blatantly racist comments about what it means to be “Black,” Trevor Noah spent nearly 10 minutes defending the influential podcaster on Monday night’s episode of The Daily Show—all while insisting that wasn’t what he was doing.Noah began his long, unscripted rant by catching his audience up on everything that has been happening with Rogan and artists like Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, who have taken their music off of Spotifynews.yahoo.com
'Reply All' podcast paused amid charges of toxic behavior
Former employees at Gimlet Media, the podcast’s publisher, charged that two people behind “Reply All” had exhibited behavior similar to what they were investigating at Bon Appetit. The editor of Bon Appetit, Adam Rapoport, resigned last year after an old photo of him and his wife dressed in stereotypical Puerto Rican costumes surfaced on social media. The “Reply All” series on Bon Appetit was reported over eight months. In the second episode of the podcast, Pinnamaneni confessed to regrets about her own past behavior and how she reacted to the union drive. Staffers want to tell what happened and the podcast is paused as they try to understand what went wrong, he said.
Dave Chappelle tests positive for COVID-19; shows canceled
FILE - In this Oct. 27, 2019, file photo, Dave Chappelle arrives at Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the 22nd Annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor presented to Dave Chappelle, in Washington. Chappelle tested positive for the coronavirus just before his comedy show scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 21, forcing his upcoming appearances to be canceled, a spokeswoman said. (Photo by Owen Sweeney/Invision/AP, File)AUSTIN, Texas – Dave Chappelle tested positive for the coronavirus just before his comedy show scheduled for Thursday, forcing his upcoming appearances to be canceled, a spokeswoman said. Those shows have been canceled and Chappelle is quarantining, his representative Carla Sims said in a statement. He apologized on Instagram to followers for the canceled shows, saying they'd be rescheduled.
Bernie Sanders will tell us about aliens if elected president
Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said if he's elected president, he'd let the public know if any suspicious alien behavior is going down, and honestly, that's a campaign promise we can all get behind. Sanders was a guest on Joe Rogan's podcast earlier this week where he was able to make the case for why he should be president without getting interrupted by another presidential candidate. There was, however, one topic that was brought up that you'd normally never hear discussed at a presidential debate: aliens. RELATED: Note to those hoping to raid Area 51: There's not enough spaceTowards the end of the interview, Rogan flat out asks Sanders if he will alert the public about aliens or UFOs if he is elected president. "Well I tell you, my wife would demand I let you know," said Sanders.