“I have f**k you money” – Joe Rogan reveals why he is not afraid of ‘cancel culture’

Joe Rogan talks about his recent controversies and his courage to stand up for his views with political commentator Ben Shapiro.

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Joe Rogan sits down with Ben Shapiro for an interview

UFC commentator Joe Rogan has been subjected to a lot of backlash in recent times for his views and controversial statements. However, the fan base of Rogan keeps growing and is now one of the most successful podcasts on Spotify. Rogan sits down with right-wing political commentator Ben Shapiro to discuss the effects of “cancel culture”.

Joe Rogan is a podcast kingpin, comedian, and also UFC commentator. The MMA connoisseur has been in the business of broadcasting for nearly a couple of decades. Rogan has a huge following and currently has the number one podcast on Spotify. Apart from his work in the commentary booth, Rogan gets most of his recognition from his time as a podcast host and comedian.

This has led Joe Rogan to be on the receiving end of a lot of backlashes but it hasn’t affected the podcast host’s growth in his specific fields. Recently, he sat down with political commentator, Ben Shapiro, who is also known to be controversial, for an interview. In the interview, they discuss, how a comedian like Rogan can continue to excel in the world of “cancel culture”.

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“I try to be nice to people” Joe Rogan on his recent controversies

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Joe Rogan

“Well, I feel like if you have f**k you money and you don’t say f**k you, then who is going to?” asked Rogan on why doesn’t shy away from ridiculing subjects that he feels have a comedic value. “Look I am a good person, I am a nice guy. I pay my taxes, I have a bunch of great friends, and loved ones, and kids.”

“I try to be nice to people and that’s what I try to do. But if I see something that is ridiculous and I make fun of it and people get mad at me for that, that is on you. That is on you,” reiterated Rogan talking to Ben on his show with Daily Wire. Rogan recently got into a lot of heat for his commentary on the term “groomers”.

Despite the controversies, Joe has always been present for the biggest pay-per-view fights for the UFC. His last appearance in the commentary booth was at UFC 274: Charles Oliveira vs Justin Gaethje.

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