Debate emerges on the Joe Rogan Experience regarding Taylor Swift’s coverage of NFL games, where the broadcasters continuously show the singer. Joe Rogan discusses the criticism towards Taylor Swift at NFL games. The Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious in Super Bowl LVIII against the San Francisco 49ers, marking their second consecutive Super Bowl win. Swift’s presence at NFL games has attracted media attention since her relationship with Kelce began. Many NFL observers believe that Swift’s presence distracts from the game, including comedian Gillis and podcast co-host McCusker. Gillis and McCusker recently appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience and expressed their negative opinions about Taylor Swift’s impact on the football game. Rogan, however, disagrees with their assessment and defends Swift against the criticism. He also expresses his surprise at the amount of criticism Swift receives, as he himself faces criticism from the left political demographic. Despite the criticism, both Swift and Rogan continue to achieve success in their respective fields. Rogan recently signed a $250 million deal with Spotify, a deal that UFC CEO believes he deserves. LAPD recently arrested rapper and activist Killer Mike at the Grammy Awards for misdemeanor battery. Rogan discusses this arrest on a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Experience, where he mentions a conspiracy theory suggesting that Killer Mike’s arrest was due to his criticism of someone. Rogan compares this to another incident where someone did not face arrest after slapping someone at the Oscars, implying a double standard. Rogan also comments on the lack of arrest for individuals who pulled out knives on Sheriffs in Los Angeles. He humorously suggests that the “slap gate” incident may have led to changes in the rules regarding altercations between celebrities.
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