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Joe Rogan and Dwayne Johnson discuss side effects of social media, Internet says 'don't want drama'

2023-11-22 14:47
In the recent episode of JRE podcast, Joe Rogan and Dwayne Johnson talked about the implications of social media
Joe Rogan and Dwayne Johnson discuss side effects of social media, Internet says 'don't want drama'

AUSTIN, TEXAS: In the recent episode of the JRE podcast, Joe Rogan and Dwayne Johnson got together to talk about the implications of social media and how it affects the globe. Johnson spoke out to his followers on how, despite frequently being trolling, he handles the hostility and maintains his composure.

Johnson has 392 million followers on Instagram. He is the most followed American male on the platform, according to official statistics. This is mostly because he often engages with his supporters via providing information about new projects, inspirational sayings, images, and videos of his intense training regimens.

Joe Rogan and Dwayne Johnson's take on social media

Johnson debuted on the JRE podcast for the first time. Joe Rogan, a pundit and Hollywood celebrity, talked about social media toxicity in this episode.

“There’s so much f****ng noise, so much bulls***, so much toxicity. So, it’s just out there all the time and you’re right. It’s that kind of balancing and training gives you the leg up to swap the bull**** away,” Johnson said.

Meanwhile, Rogan said, "“The bulls*** today is fascinating because it’s social media bulls***, it’s a different bulls*** than people have ever experienced in all of human history. These people that you don’t know chiming in about everything."

He added, "The good part of that is there’s a sharing of ideas, and there’s a way of communicating that never existed before, and people learning so much more about things than ever before. Social media allows people to break news stories long before mainstream media. It allows people to tell you about fascinating stories that maybe you would have never heard of."

Internet reacts to JRE podcast with Dwayne Johnson

Many people on the internet seemed to agree with Dwayne Johnson's statement. A user commented on the clip, "Hats off to The Rock. Dude just don’t want no drama. Respect" whereas one added, "The rock sounds like he's running for office."

Another user mentioned, "The more I listen to the wet read that is the rock, the emptier his words sound. Politics is logically next step for sure!"

Meanwhile, one said, "I have a problem with trolling and making people feel so stupid they delete there post."

Another user said, "The Rock and Joe don't like the toxicity they receive, funny has it ever occurred to you 2 if we weren't watching you, you would have no followers. You have to take the good with the bad."

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