Neil Young Is Tired of Joe Rogan's COVID Misinformation, Threatens to Remove His Music From Spotify
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In an open letter to his management team and label, the 'For What It's Worth' singer says that he is 'actively canceling all [his] music availability on Spotify as soon as possible.'

AceShowbiz - Neil Young is sick of Joe Rogan's misinformation about COVID-19 vaccine. As he got annoyed by Joe's presence on Spotify, the "For What It's Worth" singer urged his management team and label to remove his music from the platfrom.

The 76-year-old Canadian-American crooner sent out his ultimatum through an open letter that he shared on his website on Monday, January 24. "Please immediately inform Spotify that I am actively canceling all my music availability on Spotify as soon as possible," he first penned.

"I am doing this because Spotify is spreading fake information about vaccines - potentially causing death to those who believe the disinformation being spread by them," the musician added. "Please act on this immediately today and keep me informed of the time schedule."

"I want you to let Spotify know immediately TODAY that I want all my music off their platform," Neil further stressed. He then concluded his message by writing, "They can have Rogan or Young. Not both."

Back in April 2021, Joe told his young fans not to get vaccinated. Speaking to stand-up comedian David Smith on "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, he said, "People say, 'Do you think it's safe to get vaccinated?' I've said, yeah, I think for the most part it's safe to get vaccinated. I do. I do. But if you're like 21 years old, and you say to me, 'Should I get vaccinated?' I'll go no."

"Look, don't do anything stupid, but you should take care of yourself," Joe further noted. "You should -- If you're a healthy person, and you're exercising all the time, and you're young, and you're eating well, like, I don't think you need to worry about this."

Later in September, the UFC color commentator/comedian claimed that a doctor gave him Ivermectin after he contracted the virus. However, the anti-parasitic drug has not been recommended for treating COVID-19 by public health agencies.

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