J. Prince Shows Support For Joe Rogan Amid N-Word Controversy, Says: Joe Rogan Is Not A Racist

J. Prince Shows Support For Joe Rogan Amid N-Word Controversy, Says: Joe Rogan Is Not A Racist

Joe Rogan clearly has friends in high places! Famed Houston producer and music mogul J. Prince offered his words in support of Joe Rogan, following backlash over the podcasters previous use of the n-word.

J.Prince, Drake, Kanye

Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan has been the center of boiling hot conversation as of late. After being called out for making several misinformed statements to his 11 million podcast listeners regarding Covid-19 vaccinations, resurfaced clips of the former comedian using the n-word in conversation circulated around the internet.

The edited clips received backlash from many names in the entertainment industry, including I Am Not My Hair singer India Arie and Young Rock star and producer Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who initially praised Joe Rogan for “opening dialogue” about the Coronavirus vaccine, but later backtracked his stance on the 54-year old podcaster once his n-word clips resurfaced.

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

Now, CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records and author of  Defining the Art & Science of Respect J. Prince, is publicly speaking up for Joe Rogan’s character. Reposting Rogan’s apology and explanation for his prior uses of the n-word, J. Prince writes:

“Joe Rogan is not a racist.
I know this brother. It takes a sincere individual to admit when they are wrong and have fucked up about a situation.”

He continues:

“As you can hear he’s done that and I forgive him because I never want to become one of those people that are filled with un-forgiveness and hate, that we complain about all the time.”

Mike Dean, Kanye West, J. Prince

J. Prince ends his post with a warning to other non Black people about using the word writing:

“Let this be an example to others of the sensitivity of the word “nigga” being said by anybody other than a nigga lol”

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Authored by: Kay Johnson