Video platform and YouTube competitor Rumble made huge waves on Monday when they tweeted out an offer to embattled podcaster Joe Rogan.
The Rumble Twitter account posted a public offer from CEO Chris Pavlovski for Rogan to bring his ENTIRE catalog, "both old and new," to their platform. The offer is for $100 million over four years.
Hey @joerogan, we are ready to fight alongside you. See the note from our CEO @chrispavlovski... pic.twitter.com/G7ahfNNjtP— Rumble (@rumblevideo) February 7, 2022
Pavlovski made perfectly clear that Rogan could bring all of his episodes to Rumble "with no censorship."
Following multiple supposed "controversies" surrounding Rogan and "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, Spotify - the current platform Rogan has a deal with - has removed 113 episodes of the show as of this writing, according to JRE Missing - a website dedicated to tracking all episodes of Rogan's show that have been removed.