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To Back Claims, India Arie Shares Clips Of Joe Rogan Calling Black People Apes

India Arie joined a number of other artists who have also asked Spotify to remove their music because of comments made by Rogan on his podcast.

Joe Rogan And India Arie

This started with Neil Young making his exit due to Rogan spreading “misinformation” about COVID-19, with artists like Joni Mitchell and Graham Nash following in solidarity.

Arie said that Young’s voicing of his concerns encouraged her to come forward with her complaints. The protest from the many musicians that have followed suit resulted in Spotify losing 2bn in market value.

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek responded in an official statement on January 30, saying that Spotify would be adding COVID-19 content advisories to all relevant podcast episodes.

This advisory will direct listeners to our dedicated to Covid-19 hub, a resource that provides easy access to data-driven facts, up-to-date information as shared by scientists, physicians, academics and public health authorities around the world, as well as links to trusted sources,” the statement said.

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