WATCH: Joe Rogan Niger Video Goes Viral on Social Media: Being a popular face it is necessary to be very careful while addressing people and when you are a commentator it becomes more important. One such popular American podcaster is currently under fire after using N-Word more than 20 times on his podcast. Yes, your assumption is right we are talking about Joe Rogan who is facing backlashes after his video appeared on the news. As per the latest report, a compilation video of Joe Rogan saying the N-word more than 20 times on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, was uploaded on social media and now Rogan has responded. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Joe Rogan Niger Video
In 5 minutes and 46-second video uploaded by Rogan, he apologized for his comments in the past. At the time of his video, which has garnered more than 1 million views, Rogan references the miscellany of clips and asserts that “It is a video made of clips taken out of context of me of 12 years of conversations and chats on my podcast.” He then accepts that it looks terrible and stated he has not said “that word in ages.”
Rogan further says that “I definitely would never want to offend someone in the name of entertainment with something as idiotic as racism.” He went on to say that “I can not go back in time and change what I have said, I wish I could, obviously, that is not possible, but I do hope that this can be a teachable moment for anyone that does not realize how offensive that word can be resulting of a mouth of the white person, in context or out of context.”
The famous podcast is now missing more than 70 episodes as Spotify has come up to remove them from the listening platform on Friday, 4th February 2022. This is not the first time “The Joe Rogan Experience” episodes have vanished from Spotify. In the month of April 2021, above than 40 controversial episodes were deleted. As per JREmissing.com- a website that automatically tracks missing episodes of “The Joe Rogan Experience”-113 episodes total are no longer accessible on Spotify.
Though the controversial Coronavirus misinformation episodes that have caused musicians such as Joni Mitchell and Neil Young to leave the platform are still available. Musician India Arie the winner of the Grammy Award shared the compilation video on her IG story prior to pulling her music from Spotify. In her story, she stated in part, “he should not even be speaking the word. Do not even say it, under any context. Do not say it. That is where I stand. I have always stood there.”