During one of the episodes of his show this week, podcast icon Joe Rogan supported Anheuser-Busch as the company faces the consequences of a paid marketing campaign with a transgender influencer who is highly contentious.
On a recent episode of "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, which featured comedian Sam Tallent, Joe Rogan discussed the Bud Light controversy involving Dylan Mulvaney. This took place on Wednesday.
As they delved into the topic of the controversy, both men opened cans of Bud Light and started to drink the beer.
“Like — what they’re doing is just spreading the brand to an extra group of people. Why — If something is good, do you give a f*** who’s got it?” Rogan said. “Like, would we do this with cheesecake? Like, you know what I’m saying? Like, if there was like a bomb-a** cheesecake and all of a sudden, you know, some radical group like Antifa really got into the cheesecake. We would be like, ‘F*** this.’ And if the Cheesecake Factory sent Antifa a cheesecake, you know, ‘for 10 more years of chaos,’ you know, like celebratory.”
Nevertheless, Rogan pointed out that he appreciated much of the criticism aimed at Bud Light, including Kid Rock's act of shooting several Bud Light cans.
“But on the other hand I love Kid Rock’s video. Because I love that kind of thinking,” Rogan said. “Not even that I agree with it? I like wild people. I like a dude who takes a machine gun to a stack of Bud Lights and is like, ‘F*** Anheuser-Busch!’”
“But I mean, where’s he gonna go now? You gonna go to Coors?” the UFC commentator continued. “Don’t they all support like LBGTQ+AI, whatever the hell else they’re attaching to it, issues?”
Later, Rogan expressed his amusement at how people were excessively outraged over the controversy, stating that he found it "funny."
“How is that the big deal?” Rogan said. “I think it’s goofy. Because I think that person’s goofy. But if you want to hire a goofy person, like, who gives a s***? It’s kind of hilarious. It was also just a can with that person’s face on it. That’s all it was. It wasn’t like something they were selling.”
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