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Joe Rogan Issues Unexpectedly Astute Defence Of Barbie Movie

Joe Rogan Issues Unexpectedly Astute Defence Of Barbie Movie
By Colman Stanley Updated
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Podcasting god Joe Rogan has gone and issued a passionate defence of the Barbie movie, after many of the 'anti-woke' mob have gone and criticised the film's content.

It may come as a surprise to some that Rogan has defended the film, as he himself is often seen as part of the 'anti-woke' movement, and is often attacked by the 'woke mob'.

Furthermore his overtly bro-ish nature is certainly not something you would associate with the world's most famous doll.

On his latest podcast episode with Post Malone, Rogan discussed the film and took aim at well-known figures such as Bill Maher and Ben Shapiro who have both gone after the movie.

It's a fucking doll movie ... it was a fun, silly movie, I laughed ... How did people get outraged at that? I know some people personally who said it’s anti-men. I’m like, ‘No, it’s making fun of dorks'

Joe Rogan Goes Out Of His Way To Defend Barbie Movie

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“They think it’s a super woke movie…," continued Rogan.

But it’s also a movie about how Barbies are the dolls that everyone cares about. And Ken is just a f*cking accessory, which is real.

“And then in the movie they go to the real world and the real world sucks and it’s run by men. And so this is what people are saying makes this an anti-man movie.”

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