Joe Rogan Offered $100M to Quit Spotify

Podcaster Joe Rogan was offered $100 million to quit Spotify and join free speech video platform Rumble on Monday as he has received backlash and deleted programs from his current platform.

The offer came after a hit piece video that compiled past episodes with Rogan using the N-word was released on social media. Though some examples were used out of context, Rogan apologized for his use of the word.

But that wasn’t enough for Spotify. The platform that had previously offered him a $100 million deal for exclusive rights to his show deleted more than 90 past programs that used the N-word or included other material considered offensive.

The move led to uproar once again, this time with Rumble offering an offer that could upset the entire media landscape.

The YouTube alternative that started in Canada and now has a U.S. office in Florida came to fame when conservative content began begin removed from YouTube after the Nov. 2020 election and then again after Jan. 6, 2021.

The platform has become the go-to place for many conservatives and free speech fans tired of censorship elsewhere. It hasn’t reached the level of other platforms, but a yes from Rogan could change the game overnight for the growing media company.

Check out the video for details and the reaction in the video below for more.


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