The podcast host made the comments during a July 14 episode of "The Joe Rogan Experience."
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“During the height of it all, I gained two million subscribers,” the podcaster said.
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"The Joe Rogan Experience" host's explanation didn't sit well with the "Pulp Fiction" star.
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“F**k no,” he bluntly told HuffPost. He says he's good with his gig at "Last Week Tonight."
The singer, who had posted a video compilation of the podcaster using the slur, said her message to Spotify was not about "censorship."