Joe Rogan pokes fun at ‘Fat’ Bill Gates: Shouldn’t be the type of person telling others what to do

Popular podcaster and UFC commentator Joe Rogan is an expert in the field of health and fitness. Given his stellar past in martial arts and his more than two-decade career as a color commentator for the UFC, it’s safe to say that Rogan is well-versed in this domain.

Rogan stirred much controversy at the time with his controversial views on vaccination. Microsoft founder Bill Gates was giving advice to individuals on their health when Rogan criticised him by saying that those who aren’t qualified shouldn’t give health advice to others.

It seems that his perspective on the subject hasn’t changed. He targeted Bill Gates once again.

The neuroscientist Andrew Huberman was a guest in episode #1958 of “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

In the episode, Joe Rogan expresses his opinion on non-health experts providing advice to people with health-related issues.

Rogan gives the example of Bill Gates. He criticized Bill Gates for promoting the COVID-19 vaccine even though Gates is not in his best physical shape.

“There’s a lot of people out there, distributing health advice, that have a giant f**king hole in their health game. Like Bill Gates is a great example. He’s got that big fat belly. And he’s telling people that they have to get vaccinated.”

“Like, this kind of binary thinking, this kind of ridiculous way of looking at the world only through phenomenological inventions, through only medicine… There’s so many different things that you have to do to be healthy. And it’s too much work for most people.”

Rogan believes that concentrating on all facets of one’s life is necessary to achieve wellness.

He continued: “So when you see someone, who’s distributing advice, and they clearly aren’t paying attention to everything that we know today, where they are not on the cusp. They are not ahead of the game… They shouldn’t be the type of person that’s telling the rest of the world what to do.”