The long-tenure UFC commentator Joe Rogan often grabs the headlines. It is mostly due to him getting involved in controversial matters. It is no secret that tensions have risen in Ukraine after Russia launched a merciless attack. Many have lost their lives after Russia wreaked havoc with bombarding and airstrikes. Amid this crisis, Rogan has used a fake CNN headline to highlight the bedlam in the country.
Joe Rogan sends out a message to the world
Many nations around the world have voiced their condemnation of Russian President Vladimir Putin for launching the brutal attack on Ukraine that has caused a political unrest. It comes in the wake of Putin beginning an invasion of their neighboring country just a few days ago, leading to increased worries that the circumstances could continue to worsen.
Joe Rogan, who has been in the news lately, had taken to social media to signal just how shocking things have become. However, the Steven Seagal image that he posted is, by all accounts, believed to be fake. It was noted that the post was deleted:
“If I had to guess the plot of this f***ed up movie we’re living through I would say we are about 14 hours from the arrival of the aliens,” Rogan said.
Rogan has been recently involved in a controversy with Spotify. He was being accused of spreading misinformation about the virus on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, on Spotify. The company refused to remove all of Joe Rogan’s content though a recent appeal from some musicians and podcasters was stated.
Rogan later apologized and made a new post, as seen below.
However, Spotify tried to find common ground and began removing several JRE episodes. It has been noted that the total number of deleted episodes of the ‘Joe Rogan Experience’ has reportedly reached 113. Another alarming issue followed suit over the weekend when a video compilation of him saying the “N-word” on his podcast went viral. Rogan was replaced by former middleweight champion by the UFC Hall of Famer Michael Bisping on the commentary desk due to a ‘scheduling conflict at UFC 271.