Andrew Tate gets the AI Joe Rogan podcast treatment culminating with AI Rogan agreeing Tate’s innocent

The emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized the way we interact with technology. ChatGPT is a prime example of AI software that has broken down barriers and opened up new possibilities for what we can achieve through technology.

One of the most fascinating developments is the creation of an AI-generated Joe Rogan Experience. This YouTube channel, “The Joe Rogan AI Experience,” uploads episodes of JRE podcasts that are purely AI-generated.

AI-generated content is no longer a far-fetched concept but a reality that is transforming the entertainment industry. The Joe Rogan AI Experience showcases the power of AI-generated content. The characters in the episodes speak words that are generated via ChatGPT, and their voices are a product of AI. Although it might seem eerie, the AI-generated episodes provide interesting content that keeps the audience engaged.

In one of the AI-generated episodes, Andrew Tate was the guest. The character created by AI agreed that the charges against Tate were “made up.”

Andrew Tate’s character then explained that there were Whatsapp messages from the alleged victims that proved his and his brother Tristan Tate’s innocence. Rogan AI summarized the situation and added, “That’s just wild. I mean, I’ve always said that there’s a certain level of craziness that comes with fame and success, right? A buddy of mine once said that the more successful you are, the more people want to see you fail. And, it seems like that’s what happened to you.”


Joe Rogan, who runs the biggest podcast in the world, is certainly aware of AI-generated episodes of his podcast. In a recent Instagram post, he referenced an AI-generated audio recording of him talking about chimp hockey teams and how terrifyingly accurate it was.

He acknowledged that with the amount of content he has put out, they could basically have him saying anything they want. He shrugged his shoulders and shook his head in awe, accepting the fact that the future is going to be really weird.

He also recently attempted to sue a supplement company that was running tiktok ads of an AI generated version of him.


Andrew Tate’s arrest on December 29, 2022, for a slew of serious charges has made headlines. Although currently under house arrest, the case is still open, and the investigations are ongoing.

The Tate brothers were released at the end of March after the court extended their detention a number of times.

Tina Glandian, Tate’s lawyer, is confident that the case will be dismissed as there is not enough evidence to convict Andrew and Tristan. Only time will tell what happens to the Tate brothers and their accomplices Luana Radu and Georgiana Naghel.