Amid recent controversies, Joe Rogan got attention for the wrong reasons, he used the N word but surely the internet gave Fat Joe in his place after many users have called him for using the N word while calling Rogan.
Rogan was supposed to be on the commentary team at UFC 271 in Houston Texas, but was unable to participate due to “scheduling issues.”
Joe is yet to make a public statement after the recent quicksand he got into but it’s not over yet Joseph Antonio Cartagena to begin praising Spotify’s support of Rogan while he’s gone “This Rogan guy, he’s an asshole. Rogan is part of s**t. ” as he continued his profanity “Because all of my people knew Joe was going to give to charity, Joe was going to start his own business and give jobs, Joe was going to give computers to the school, but Joe had to get there. arrive. Joe is not crazy. ”
This recent Fat Joe incident has angered both white and black fans because a Latino light-skinned man saying the N-word is as bad as a white man saying it.
Fat Joe feels the heat after calling Joe Rogan for what he did
Many fans have also come out in defense of Rogan as many fans say he can’t say the word, and one such person is the current UFC middleweight champion. Israel “The Ultimate Stylist” Adesanyaas he said “There are a lot of snakes in this game, I have been in this game since 2008 and Joe Rogan is one of the most gentle, wonderful and humble moms I have had the pleasure of working with. F*** noisy man” because Izzy is one of many defenders of the Spotify podcast star.
Fans continue to cast shadows on Fat Joe online as he says “I don’t take my music off Spotify but Spotify is made of black music, whether R&B, rap or trap, it’s all in there,” he continued. “Because our music is on that platform and they make money from black people, do you think it’s okay to allow a guy to say racist things on their platform?”
It’s safe to say that Rogan definitely has fans and Spotify backing him and he’s definitely not going anywhere.
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