Howard Stern says Neil Young’s threat to pull music from Spotify over Joe Rogan using the platform to spread “fake information about vaccines” is not about censorship because it’s “about life or death.”

Jan 26, 2022 · 1:21 PM UTC

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Here's what Young said:
“They can have [Joe] Rogan or Young. Not both.” — Neil Young threatens to pull his music from Spotify over the platform’s top-performing podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, “spreading fake information about vaccines.”
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“[Neil] Young has spent the last six decades of his career making music that evinced his political beliefs. He has been unflappable. This situation is no different.” @sarahgrant on why she isn't surprised by the Young-Rogan saga in today's newsletter: recount.co/subscribe
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Well, that was fast.
Spotify has begun taking down Neil Young’s music wsj.com/articles/neil-youngs…
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.@JoyVBehar: “It’s not a cancel culture, it’s a consequence culture … don’t buy Spotify.” @sunny: “Don’t you want good corporate citizens? … I’m not saying that Joe Rogan should be removed from Spotify … [but] you have to have some sort of guidelines.”
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Replying to @therecount
Stern is absolutely right and what is happening? 🤣
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I used to despise him. Since he married Beth & started fostering cats Howard is a different person. Check out their YouTube videos. He even cleans litter boxes. 😂
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1995? Should we be investing now in dot coms too? Maybe get some tickets to see Scatman John while you're at it?
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It isn’t about censorship because neither neil you nor spotify is the government 🤷🏼‍♀️
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