Now People Are Willing to Pay Joe Rogan $100 Million Just to Leave Spotify, Think of All the Supplements That Could Buy!

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At this point in his career, Joe Rogan is pretty much used to controversy. The comedian, actor, MMA commentator, and popular podcast host was recently accused of spreading COVID-19 misinformation. This has led to musicians like Neil Young Joni Mitchell, and a handful of others to leave Spotify (the platform where Rogan’s ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ currently resides). That’s not it though. Clips of Rogan using the N-word were released in an effort to pressure the platform from removing him. So far, it hasn’t worked.

But, if Spotify does decide the negative press surrounding Rogan is too much and they decided to buy him out of his contract, he definitely won’t have any trouble finding a new job. That’s because another streaming service offered the former ‘Fear Factor’ host $100 million to join them.

Rumble, a video streaming platform recently took to Twitter to post a letter from its CEO Chris Pavolvski. In it, he offers the ‘News Radio’ star a boatload of money to jump ship.

It reads, “How about you bring all your shows to Rumble, both old and new, with no censorship, for 100 million bucks over four years?

For those unaware, $100 million is the same price Spotify signed Rogan for. So, while it doesn’t appear like Spotify will drop him anytime soon, at least he can rest easy knowing that there’s an absolutely ridiculous offer waiting for him.