UFC fans are thunderstruck after the hoax news about Rogan’s death hoax surfaced on the internet. Is Joe Rogan Dead Or Alive?
Joe Rogan is an established UFC color commentator, former television presenter, stand-up comic, mixed martial arts fanatic, psychedelic adventurer, podcaster, comedian, and actor from America.
Newark-born Joe operates The Joe Rogan Experience, a podcast where he discusses current events, hobbies, philosophy, comedy, science, and politics. In 2020, Spotify obtained exclusive distribution rights to The Joe Rogan Experience for US$100 million.
The UFC commentator began his career in comedy in the Boston area in August 1988. Joe signed an exclusive developmental deal with Disney and appeared as an actor on television shows like NewsRadio and Hardball.
Rogan participated in Little League Baseball and developed an interest in martial arts in his early teens. At 19, the commentator won the U.S. Open Championship taekwondo tournament as a lightweight.
Is Joe Rogan’s Dead Or Alive: Death Hoax Debunked
Joe, a podcast superstar, captivated the attention of the listers after his death news was trending as a furious reaction from his critics.
However, Joe Rogan is healthy and alive. On September 19, 2022, the UFC commentator was back in the spotlight for a different reason as rumors of his death circulated online.
Newsweek confirms that Rogan has not died, and these death hoaxes are a long-running joke among his fans and detractors.
The controversial host, Joe, began trending on the platform on Wednesday after several tweets about his fake death began circulating.
The Rogan death hoaxes have been a frequent social media event online recently, so much so that #RIPJoeRogan is listed as a meme on Know Your Meme.
Some old posts claim he had died resurfaced, sending the internet into a frenzy with #RIPJoeRogan.Just in six months, the podcaster fell victim to another obnoxious hoax.
American UFC Color Commentator Controversy Twitter Update
His listeners convinced several people that the podcaster, Joe died after he became the subject of another death hoax on Twitter on September 19, 2022.
The UFC commentator is known for his questionable jokes about Covid-19, racial slurs, liberal use of the “N-word,” and transphobic comments.
Almost his fans were devastated after a fake screenshot of a statement from UFC’s president Dana White announced the passing of Joe Rogan. Moreover, a Twitter account called “Joe Rogan Headquarters”-@joerogannhq-, claimed UFC commentator died in April 2022.
Per the N.Y. post, his death hoax even contained false statements from Dana White, the Twitter post was fabricated and has been deleted, but a screenshot remains online.
Joe Rogan’s Reaction To The Hoax News
Joe Rogan, who has come under Fire for recent inflammatory comments, seemingly responded to his alleged death by retweeting one of the articles and saying, “I’m pregnant.”
The podcaster even threatened to quit podcasting if he had to “walk on eggshells” after his show drew the ire of several listeners.
TMZ angered activist groups when he said transgender swimmer Lia Thomas competing against cisgender women is akin to an “assault on women’s sports.”
In February 2022, Spotify removed 113 episodes of The Joe Rogan Experience over a few days, partly due to some of the episodes being perceived to have racist and insensitive language.
Besides the podcast, Joe is co-founder of the supplements and fitness Company Onnit, which was sold to Unilever in 2021.