There’s been a lot of controversies lately surrounding Joe Rogan’s move to Spotify. Listeners and viewers are concerned that Rogan’s being censored, or Spotify is telling him what to do and say. While this may seem crazy, it wasn’t hard to imagine. There have been many cases of censorship throughout the country lately, so this wouldn’t shock us.
However, Rogan has come out against these claims in his podcast with comedian and fellow podcast host, Tim Dillon. Rogan said, ”
“Listen, me on the outside reading these f****** articles, like ‘Oh my God, Spotify is censoring Rogan. Spotify has said nothing. Listen to me, nothing. They haven’t said anything to my manager, they haven’t said anything to me. They’ve said nothing. They’ve apparently had meetings. But they have a lot of meetings. They have meetings about all sorts of shows. They have meetings about the music they have.”
“It’s an open-minded company. They treat their employees very well. They let them have discussions about things. And I don’t know what these discussions are like. I don’t know what happens, I really don’t. But, in terms of them silencing me, zero. There’s been nothing.”
Joe Rogan Responds To The Idea That Spotify Is Censoring Him
As a company, Rogan tells us there isn’t any funny business going on as far as that goes. However, are there employees there that don’t like him or are bad? One hundred percent. Rogan told Tim Dillon,
“Is there somebody at Spotify complaining about the Abigail Shrier episode? I’m sure. I’m sure there’s someone complaining about it. Is it a transphobic episode? It’s not. They’re wrong.”
The claims of censorship seem to be extinguished at the moment and we hope to see Spotify maintain this, even if it has some employees in an uproar.
What do you think? Do you think there could be something going on at Spotify? Let us know in the comments below.
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