During his recent podcast, Joe Rogan slammed Seattle, calling it “a Third World country about to implode.”
“I do a 4/20 show every year; I do it somewhere where weed’s legal. Just have a — it’s like been a tradition that I’ve had for several years. But I don’t know if I’m going to be able to do it, and I was thinking maybe I could do it somewhere across the border, like in Washington state,” Rogan noted.
“Dude, Seattle’s a f**king war zone,” Rogan continued, “Seattle is a war zone. It is so wild there now. It’s literally like a Third World country about to implode. I used to go there years ago and it was gorgeous. You’d see like a few homeless people every now and then, but it was like all tech money and everything. Now, like, every time you turn on the news, after they f**king took over that six-block — like the Antifa people took over that six-block area in downtown Seattle and the mayor called it the ‘summer of love’ and everybody’s like, ‘What is this b**** saying? What are you talking about? You just got f**king Antifa took over your town! You’ve got literal, like, militants controlling the streets like warlords.’”
“They were beating people up that took photographs and videos; they had their own police; they had their own authoritarian control system,” Rogan added. “Somebody got shot there and then eventually the whole thing imploded and the police recaptured it, but it was like, what is happening to Seattle? And Portland’s even worse.”
“You gotta get sunlight, kids. Something about that Pacific Northwest.”
Short time after news of Rogan’s podcast started to spread, former CANNIBAL CORPSE and current SIX FEET UNDER frontman Chris Barnes took to Twitter to share a Daily Wire’s article on Rogan’s statement, while adding: “Rogan is a clueless f*cking meathead.”
Barnes recently took an aim at Kourtney Kardashian after she was spotted wearing CANNIBAL CORPSE shirt.
In a photo posted by indie rock group BEST COAST, you can see Kourtney wearing a CANNIBAL CORPSE shirt with a print from their debut album, 1990’s Eaten Back To Life.
After Metal Addicts shared original story on Twitter, Chris Barnes retweeted it and added “Posers.”