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Spotify CEO Apologizes to Workers for Joe Rogan Backlash, Says He Gained’t Silence Star Podcaster

Spotify CEO Apologizes to Workers for Joe Rogan Backlash, Says He Gained’t Silence Star Podcaster

Spotify Expertise SA Chief Govt Daniel Ek apologized to workers for the backlash that has adopted the emergence of Joe Rogan’s use of a racial slur in earlier podcast episodes.

He stated in a letter shared with The Wall Road Journal by an organization spokesman that he has no plans to take away the star podcaster from the streaming platform and dedicated to spending $100 million on music and audio content material from what he known as traditionally marginalized teams.

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