Dana White To Those Trying To Cancel Joe Rogan: “Too F*cking Bad, Man”

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Joe Rogan is one of the most polarizing celebrities on the planet right now.

The comedian, podcast host, bowhunter, and UFC commentator has the most popular podcast in the world right now, and lately it seems like it’s more popular to hate on Joe Rogan than it is to enjoy his show.

Every other day it seems like he’s trending on Twitter, people are looking to cancel him, and someone is writing an angry letter to Spotify asking them to remove his show.

A group of 270 “doctors” recently signed a letter to Spotify over his vaccine stance (although that 270 was comprised of veterinarians, counselors, psychologists, dentists, and more disciplines that know nothing about vaccines), but even more recently, Neil Young threatened to remove his music from Spotify unless they cancel Joe.

Sorry Neil, but I think Spotify will take Joe’s 10 million+ listeners per episode over your 6 million monthly listeners.

With that being said, UFC president Dana White is tired of hearing about it.

Of course, Dana and Joe are colleagues and friends, as Joe is a commentator for the UFC, but according to Dana, there ain’t no way anybody is gonna be able to cancel Joe Rogan.

The man made an appearance on the “Full Send” podcast here recently, and was not holding back on his thoughts about people trying to cancel Rogan:

“They had come out and said it was 200, 250 doctors or whatever. I guess when they started researching these people, they weren’t really doctors.

You’re not canceling Rogan. The thing is with Rogan, he’s a brilliant guy, he does his homework, and he knows what he’s talking about.

And guess what? This is fucking America, and you can have your own opinion about these things, and you can voice them.

That’s what this fucking country was built on. And all these little whiny fucking pussies that don’t like it, too fucking bad, too fucking bad, man.”

Needless to say, it doesn’t look like Joe Rogan is going anywhere, whether you like it or not.

Joe is also an avid country music fan and has shared his love for artists like Colter Wall, Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers and more.

In fact, he provided a voiceover for Sturgill’s Sound & Fury album, and he even tried to have Colter Wall on the podcast, but Colter was busy ranching so he took a raincheck.

True story…

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