Joe Rogan once described Meghan Markle as a 'little American hussy' who 'ruined' Prince Harry in a resurfaced episode of his podcast.
The Joe Rogan Experience has been the subject of intense backlash of late, from Neil Young and Joni Mitchell ditching Spotify for giving its 'misinformation' a platform, to Sharon Stone slamming the host for 'risking people’s lives with his idiocy'.
Harry and Meghan also hit out at the streaming platform, saying they'd been working to 'address the real-time global misinformation crisis' and have long expressed concerns to Spotify about 'the all-too-real consequences of COVID misinformation on its platform'.
Rogan's comments were made on a podcast dating back to January 2020, shortly after Harry and Meghan announced their decision to step back as senior members of the Royal Family.
Mimicking the Queen while speaking with Mike Baker, a former CIA officer and security expert, he said, 'It's that little America hussy he's hooked up with. She's going to turn him into a Kardashian. That little American hussy has ruined my prince.'
'Has Prince Harry left the throne?' Rogan continued in the Queen's voice. 'That's a remarkably accurate voice,' Baker replied, to which the presenter said, 'Thank you, I've worked hard at it.'
'They're already so popular, all they need to do is start endorsing f*cking makeup lines and sneakers and watches and sh*t... they're going to start a reality show. I guarantee you some creepy producer got a hold of them and goes, 'Guys, listen you're wasting your time over here in England, it rains too much',' Rogan continued.
'Imagine being a poor person and you find out that the Queen – who literally does nothing – is making $100 million in a year,' the podcaster said, while Baker replied, 'I don't think I could ever say anything negative about the Queen, I feel like she's grandma.'
'Thank you Michael, thank you for standing up for me. That hooligan Joe Rogan and his terrible internet show would be illegal in my country, I deserve that $100 million you little f*ck,' the host responded.
In a recent statement, Rogan vowed to 'do better' and 'balance things out' after being criticised for his interview with Robert Malone, a discredited doctor who believes Americans have been 'hypnotised' into wearing face masks and getting vaccines.
'I'm just a person who sits down with people and has conversations with them. Have I got things wrong before? Absolutely, but I try to correct things if I have done, because I am interested in telling the truth and finding out what it is,' he said.
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