Rolling Stone is reporting that Neil Young has written to his manager and his record label demanding that music streaming service Spotify remove all of his music because Spotify is spreading COVID vaccine misinformation by hosting Joe Rogan’s podcast.
“They can have [Joe] Rogan or Young,” Neil Young wrote in a letter to his manager and label, “Not both." Young demands Spotify remove his music over "false information about vaccines" https://t.co/f1u4bDAu1L
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) January 24, 2022
Fight the power, Neil!
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) January 25, 2022
Rolling Stone has become a magazine for geriatric cranks defending The Man.
— Bridget Phetasy (@BridgetPhetasy) January 25, 2022
Love Neil but he picked the wrong fight. Eeesh.
— Eric Balchunas (@EricBalchunas) January 25, 2022
All life's decisions should be this easy.
"Well I hope Neil Young will remember, Spotify don't need him around, anyhow."
— Steve Tobak (@SteveTobak) January 25, 2022
I just went to throw out my whole Neil Young music collection and realized I didn't have a single 45, album, CD or digital song by him.
— Fu Knauf (@61andDone) January 25, 2022
I really like Neil Young but this is clearly a case of… pic.twitter.com/W0ZgEZ9Qnt
— iamMANOLIS (@iamMANOLIS) January 25, 2022
Rock stars went from raging against the machine to welcoming the machine
— Seth (@PaleNazgul) January 24, 2022
Does he really think it’s a hard choice for Spotify?
— Mark Gonsalves (@MarkCongressGA7) January 25, 2022
Maybe Neil Young should go on Rogan´s podcast and perhaps change minds of the listeners instead? Just an idea.
— Samuel Mesterton (@sammesterton) January 24, 2022
You know Neil Young is old enough to know if you don't like something, you don't have to listen to it.
— gosuprime (@gosuprime21) January 25, 2022
Neil Young calling for censorship. No surprises there.
— Santiago Laserna (@santiago_lfrs) January 25, 2022
— Slim Tidings (@drfeedbacker) January 25, 2022
I can live without Young.
— SkepticalPooh (@SkepticalPooh) January 25, 2022
— jesse perez (@lococard777) January 25, 2022
This is the kind of rebellious spirit on which rock and roll was built!
More than 150 ‘experts’ sign open letter calling Joe Rogan ‘extraordinarily dangerous’ to society https://t.co/YE2Q9eULnJ
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 19, 2022