Joe Rogan Responds to Backlash After Sharing COVID Misinformation on His Spotify Podcast

Joe Rogan is settling the controversy around Spotify audio file.

Since the beginning COVID-19 Disease, Joe54 years old, watched his podcast, Joe Rogan’s Experienceto share misinformation about viruses and vaccines, tell young people they don’t need to be vaccinated.

Just recently, Neil Young pulled all his music from Spotify after he gave the streaming service an ultimatum choose to keep his music on their service or Joepodcast’s. Several other musicians followed Neiland’s footsteps also pull their music from Spotify.

While Spotify decided to keep JoeTheir podcast has updated the platform rules, including add content tips to podcast episodes contains discussions about coronavirus.

On Sunday (January 30), Joe posted a video almost 10 minutes long on Instagram address the criticism surrounding his content.

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“Now, because of this controversy… Neil Young has removed his music from Spotify and Joni Mitchell’s platforms and apparently a few others want the same.” Joe speak. “I’m sorry that they feel that way. I definitely don’t want that. I’m a Neil Young fan, I’ve always been a Neil Young fan. ”

Joe went on to say that he agrees with Spotify’s decision to include a disclaimer on podcast episodes, before promising to do more to “balance” the controversial comments about his program.

“My commitment to you is that I will do my best to try to balance these more controversial views with the views of others, so that we can find a better one.” Joe speak. “I don’t want to point out an opinion contrary to what is reported. I wanted to throw in all sorts of opinions so we could all figure out what was going on…”

Joe continued, “I make my own schedule and I don’t always get it right. These podcasts are weird because they’re just conversations and sometimes I don’t know what I’m going to talk about until I sit down to talk to people, and that’s why some ideas mine are not prepared or not replenished because I actually have them in real time. But I do my best.”

Joe Concludes his message by thanking his “haters”.

“If I angered you, I apologize. And if you enjoyed the podcast, thank you,” Joe speak. “Thanks to all the supporters and even thanks to the haters because it’s good to have some haters. It makes you re-evaluate what you’re doing and put things into perspective and I think that’s fine too.”

If you miss it, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently spoke out about spreading COVID misinformation on Spotify. Joe Rogan Responds to Backlash After Sharing COVID Misinformation on His Spotify Podcast

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