Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson U-Turn turned on Joe Rogan’s support in the N-Ward controversy, and he now says he is “educated in his complete story.”


Joe Rogan (L), Dwayne

Joe Rogan (L), Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (R)Michael S. Schwartz / Getty Images (L), Jordan Strauss / Invision / AP (R)

  • Dwayne Johnson expressed his support for Joe Rogan in the COVID-19 false alarm controversy.

  • Johnson reversed his support for Logan after his clip appeared using N-word multiple times.

  • Logan said his use of the N-ward was “regrettable and shameful” and denied being a racist.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson backtracked Joe Rogan’s previous support after the video clip resurfaced the podcaster many times using N-words.

Logan faces criticism as several artists, including: Neil Young When Joni Mitchell, Then I was asked to remove their music from Spotify.

Last week, the podcaster Instagram In response to the controversy, he said he was only interested in “telling the truth” and having “interesting conversations.”

Actor Dwayne Johnson comment In the video: “The great thing here, brothers. It’s completely clearly expressed.”

He added that one day he appeared on Logan’s podcast and was looking forward to “unleashing tequila with you.”

Shared by singer India.Arie on Thursday Rogan’s multiple clips with N-words In his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, he said he plans to remove his music from Spotify because of his “words of race.”

In addition to the frequent use of N-words, one clip seemed to show Logan comparing his black neighborhood to “Planet of the Apes.”

Johnson has regained Logan’s support while responding to Logan’s support. Tweet From author Don Winslow, who emphasizes podcaster’s “racist remarks.”

The “Fast & Furious” star said, “I wasn’t aware of his use of N-words before commenting, but now I’m educated by his complete story. It’s a moment of learning for me. “

Logan took him to Instagram Saturday Responding to the N-Ward controversy, he said it was the most disappointing and shameful thing I had to speak publicly. “

Podcaster said the clips were taken “out of context” and accumulated over 12 years. He said his view of using the word has now changed.

“It looks terrible, even to me,” Logan said. “I know that for most people there is no context in which whites are allowed to say the word. Don’t worry publicly in the podcast. And I agree with it now. What am I? I didn’t say that for years. “

Podcaster said he used it only when N-word “appeared in conversation” and denied being a racist.

On Friday, as the N-word controversy was brewed Spotify seemed to quietly remove 70 of Logan’s podcast episodes It has nothing to do with the COVID-19 false alarm controversy.

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