Spotify Quietly Deletes Controversial ‘Joe Rogan Experience’ Episodes

The streaming music service has been quietly removing episodes of “The Joe Rogan Experience” from their platform, according to Digital Music News — including as many as 42 interviews featuring a variety of controversial characters, including former Breitbart news editor Milo Yiannopoulos, Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes and comedian Chris D’Elia, who was accused of “grooming” underage girls and soliciting pornographic images.

Spotify has not produced a statement to clarify the action, but Variety has reported on a number of nixed episodes that featured controversial subject matter.

Scientifically tenuous content was also subject to removal. For example, Rogan’s talks with Bulletproof Coffee founder Dave Asprey, the self-proclaimed “father of biohacking,” have also disappeared, DMN reports. Asprey has been criticized in the past for touting a high-fat diet regimen without thoroughly researched support from doctors and other health experts.

Episodes featuring conspiracy theorist Alex Jones have also vanished, though it comes as no surprise since Spotify had already deleted several episodes of Jones’ “Infowars” podcast back in 2018, alleging that the show gave a platform to hate speech. (Read more from “Spotify Quietly Deletes Controversial ‘Joe Rogan Experience’ Episodes” HERE)

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