Joe Rogan addressed the controversy surrounding his podcast on Spotify on Sunday, admitting that his show has become an “uncontrollable swashbuckler” and promising to provide balanced prospects. more in the future, after his show and the Spotify hosting platform met with widespread criticism and a growing wave of boycotts. for the Covid19 misinformation platform.
In a nearly 10-minute video posted to Instagram, Rogan said: “If I angered you, I’m sorry,” adding that it was a “strange liability” to have so many viewers and listeners like So, it’s about 11 people. million.
Rogan, who said he agrees with Spotify’s decision to add a Covid19 content warning to his program, said he will do his best to “balance things out” going forward. Crediting the current controversy to his episodes there are vaccine skeptics Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough – who have made some unfounded claims about pandemics and vaccines please – Rogan noted that he wanted to talk to them because they had opinions “different from mainstream narrative mainstream.”
Despite this, Rogan insists that his intentions are not “controversial” or that his show presents opinions that are simply contrary to popular narrative and says that he She is willing to have “more experts with different opinions as soon as I have controversial opinions.” Rogan thanked Spotify for the support and said he is a big fan of Neil Young, who along with Joni Mitchell asked the streaming service to remove his music due to Covid19 misreporting on Rogan’s podcast.