“Have a giant f***ing hole in their health game”: Joe Rogan criticizes ‘Fat Belly’ Bill Gates

World-renowned podcaster and veteran UFC color commentator, Joe Rogan is widely known for his unhinged opinions on various topics even if it lands him in some controversies. Rogan has now been associated with the UFC for over 20 years, and considering his martial arts background it’s safe to say he knows his stuff when talking about combat sports.

Rogan by nature doesn’t shy away from calling a spade a spade. The 55-year-old describes the true nature of things even if that ruffles a few feathers. In a recently released podcast on the Joe Rogan Experience famously known as JRE, Rogan invited famous American neuroscientist Andrew D. Huberman. 

Rogan goes off on Microsoft founder Bill Gates

“There’s a lot of people out there, distributing health advice, that have a giant f*cking hole in their health game. Like Bill Gates is a great example,”

Rogan continued “He’s got that big fat belly. And he’s telling people that they have to get vaccinated. Like, this kind of binary thinking, this kind of ridiculous way of looking at the world only through phenomenological inventions, through only medicine… There’s so many different things that you have to do to be healthy. And it’s too much work for most people.”

Well, this wasn’t the first time Rogan criticized the owner of billions and billions of dollars., as he previously called out Gates for allegedly earning profits from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in the name of Covid-19 vaccines and that Gates in his entire career has always been motivated by money and is no great philanthropist.

Joe Rogan Spotify COVID misinformation controversy

Back in early 2022, Rogan was stuck in possibly the biggest controversy of his podcasting career, when he was accused of spreading misinformation about COVID vaccines and it’s treatments. In January 2022 Rogan released a podcast with Dr. Robert Malone, a virologist who acclaims himself as one of the architects of mRNA technology.

The three-hour-long podcast consisted of them talking about several theories regarding the actual severity of Covid-19, also targeting the substantiality of the vaccines being produced.

Rogan later had to apologize for the possible misinformation and assured his listeners that he will in the future be extra cautious and prepared while discussing sensitive and controversial topics.

Aryan Verma

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Aryan Verma is a Combat Sports writer covering UFC and Boxing for SportsZion. He is currently pursuing a bachelor's in technology degree in Computer Science. Being a martial art practitioner himself, Aryan cherishes the opportunity to share his thoughts on latest combat sport events through his blogs.


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