Joe Rogan Issues Public Apology For Insensitive Remarks About Corey Feldman’s Molestation

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) commentating veteran Joe Rogan has achieved a storied career. A Taekwondo competitor at a young age, Rogan quickly became interested in martial arts. He would go on to become the primary color-commentator for the world’s most famous mixed martial arts promotion and to earn a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu’s Eddie Bravo. That being said, Rogan’s career has extended beyond martial arts.

The color-commentator has also achieved a respected career as a stand-up comedian, as well as having hosted multiple television shows during his time. Most notably, Rogan hosted Fear Factor and Joe Rogan Questions Everything.

On top of that, the commentator created the the highly popular podcast Joe Rogan Experience. During the podcast, Rogan often speaks his mind with special guests. During a previous edition of the show, Rogan made a joke concerning the molestation of famous actor and singer Corey Feldman. Now Rogan has decided to come forward to apologize for his previous statement.

Check out the video below for the details:

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