“Wipe Your P*ssy and Go Be a Hero”- Joe Rogan Agrees With Comedian’s Controversial Sledging of Unmasculine Superheroes

Published 05/14/2022, 11:16 AM EDT

The latest trend of reboots has once again brought Batman to square one. DC Comics casting yet another actor to don the role of the cape-crusader in Gotham City. This new iteration saw Twilight fame, Robert Pattinson takes on the mantle which seemingly impressed Joe Rogan. However, his latest guest begged to differ as she narrated her reasons for disliking ‘The Batman’.

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Popular comedian, Christina Pazsitzky appeared in episode #1818 of Joe Rogan Experience as a guest. Pazsitzky disliked the latest iteration of Batman, as she found the new version of the superhero too emotional. She said, “So here’s what I think, he’s got no di*k and b*lls,”

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Joe Rogan agreed with Christina Pazsitzky’s take on the Superhero

Rogan clearly puzzled by the response quizzed her about the same as she went on to offer a run-down of things she hated.

She added, “No di*k and b*lls, because he is a reluctant hero, and nothing aggravates me more. Here’s who Batman is, he is f****g Bruce Wayne, he’s a multi-millionaire, he enjoys being Batman, he enjoys his cars, he enjoys being the powerful hero. He puts on the suit, ‘I am Batman’. Remember f***g Vicky Vale the guy who’s the Beetlejuice, when Beetlejuice was batman”

Clearly amused by her take, and logical reasoning, Rogan took to Instagram to praise the comedian, “Sage advice from @thechristinap”

 

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Batman was a box office success and even managed to do great business. Despite that, the popular comedian still feels it failed to match its predecessor.

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Christina Pazsitzky believes Michael Keaton was the best Batman

Rogan reminded her that it was Michael Keaton, who first delivered a mega-successful performance as the dark knight on the big screen. Pazsitzky stated that she loved Keaton’s version and found him to be quite enchanting.

She continues,” Michael Keaton crushed it and he crushed puss, and he was a virile male, this Batman is like, I got f***g feelings, his hair is in his eyes, and like what are you doing? Wipe your pu**y and go be a hero.”

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Her take might seem a bit controversial and fans might not agree with it, as superheroes can be interpreted in various ways. Do you agree with Christina? Leave your thoughts below.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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