Sharon Stone criticizes Joe Rogan for “risking people’s lifes” with his ‘dangerous’ Covid opinions


Sharon Stone was not shy when she was asked about the controversy surrounding Joe Rogan’s Spotify Podcast. She called the comedian an “anonymous” “a**hole”

Sharon Stone didn’t hesitate to answer questions about Joe Rogan and his controversial Covid-19 views.

The views of the comedian in his Spotify podcast have caused outrage all over the world, with artists such Neil Young demanding his music be removed form the streaming service.

Sharon, 63 years old, has denounced his attempts at switching his approach to add a disclaimer to the beginning of episodes in an attempt to counter his controversial Covid thoughts. “mainstream”Also, take it.

Talk to TMZSharon described Joe as an anachronism. “a**hole”.

She said: “Covid is not an opinion-based situation and Mr Rogan thinking that his opinion or disclaimer for the lives that he personally affected and caused losses of, it’s not an opinion.”

The Basic Instinct star continued to shine: “Mr Rogan is risking people’s lives with his idiocy and his professing that his thoughts about Covid are opinion.

“They’re not opinion. They are science-based and based on facts. The pretence that they are opinions about covid and infectious disease is dangerous.

“So the pretence that these are opinions and that he should put a disclaimer – he should put a disclaimer that he’s an a**hole and that his behaviour is dangerous and affecting people’s life and deaths has been demonstrated by so many of the people who have lost their lives by proclaiming the things that he has said. “

Sharon had taken to Twitter earlier this week to stand with Neil Young. She said that she would cancel her Spotify account.

The 76-year old singer demanded that all his music be removed by Spotify. This was in protest at Joe’s anti-vaccination views being shown on The Joe Rogan Experience.

The Canadian-American musician published a letter to his manager and record label which addressed his concerns over Spotify’s deal with Rogan, which was inked in 2020 and is reportedly worth more than $100 million.

He wrote: “With an estimated 11 million listeners per episode, [The Joe Rogan Experience], which is hosted exclusively on Spotify, is the world’s largest podcast and has tremendous influence.

“Spotify is responsible for preventing misinformation from spreading on its platform. However, Spotify currently has no misinformation policy.”

The letter was later taken down, but he issued another statement on his website, in which he called the streaming service “the home of life-threatening Covid misinformation”.

“For money, lies are sold” Young fired.

Spotify agreed to Neil’s demands and said they would removing his music from the platform, saying it “We regret” the move.

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