Rumble Offers To Match Joe Rogan’s $100 Million Spotify Deal: “No Censorship”

Joe Rogan

Only a few short hours after Spotify CEO Daniel Ek apologized to his employees for Joe Rogan’s racial slur usage, while also noting that he will not be removed from the platform, another platform is taking up for Rogan and asking him to post his podcast on their site.

According to Newsweek, the website Rumble tweeted at Rogan, offering a $100 million deal for him to post on their platform, matching Spotify’s deal.

Of course, over 70 of Rogan’s podcasts have been removed from Spotify, which according to Ek he removed himself, but Rumble said they will allow every podcast to be featured on their site.

The tweet, a letter written by Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski, said:

“How about you bring all your shows to Rumble, both old and new, for 100 million bucks over four years?”

Rogan etched his deal with Spotify back in 2019, which was more than $100 million to be the exclusive host of his podcast.

Of course, the podcast has been under fire here recently, with singer Neil Young and other artists asking to be removed from Spotify due to Rogan’s spread of “misinformation” on the COVID-19 vaccine, and now the discovery of him using the N-word in past podcasts.

Rogan has since apologized, but will he consider the offer from Rumble?

My guess is no…

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