Joe Rogan Brings to Light the Terrible Plight of “People Living on Boats in San Francisco” at the Hands of a Very Wealthy Community

Published 05/22/2022, 12:58 AM EDT

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Joe Rogan is an internet enthusiast who loves to stay updated with all the latest happenings and news. In fact, his knowledge is his main selling point as he discusses various topics across a wide range of subjects with his guests on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience.

The UFC color commentator has various interests, including sports, politics, and technology. He also has a deep interest in films and film stars who often appear in his show. Recently, the 54-year-old podcast host recommended a documentary film with a tweet.


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He tweeted, “This is a really good documentary about a sad situation where people living on boats in San Francisco are being kicked out of their homes. Anchored Out: Evicted at Sea | The New Yorker Documentary via @YouTube”

‘Anchored Out: Evicted at Sea’ is a documentary on YouTube. According to the New Yorker website, “The documentary, directed by Katie Bernstein and Clara Mokri, follows San Francisco’s vibrant liveaboards as their boats are targeted by a wealthy community who want them gone—revealing the dark underbelly of class conflict in California.” 

Rogan recommended the documentary to his nine million followers via Twitter. This could do the film a world of good and bring attention to the people in San Francisco who are living on boats.

Joe Rogan complains to Instagram over deleted post

The famous podcast host has a great following on his other social media accounts as well. Apart from the nine million on Twitter, Rogan also has over 15 million followers on his Instagram account as well. In short, Joe Rogan is an internet celebrity.


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He recently shared an update with his Instagram audience over the social media platform deleting a post from his dog, Marshall Rogan’s account. In fact, Rogan wrote a lengthy caption explaining the incident and posted a screenshot of Instagram’s notification to him.

“I’m sure this is the algorithm or some mistake, but my dog @marshallmaerogan’s post got removed for being against “our guidelines on violence and incitement” for a picture of him sitting next to a dead tarantula we found in our house with the caption, “Well that’s it, we’re just going to have to burn the whole house down.””


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Utkarsh Gathani

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Utkarsh Gathani is a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. A Mass Communication graduate from Wilson College, this sports buff, who is captivated by multiple sports, adores MMA. Conor McGregor is the reason for that as Utkarsh is in awe of the man's unbelievable striking ability, his lifestyle, and his trash talking.

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