Joe Rogan is a polarising podcast host. On Tuesday, April 26th, he gave his view on the Johnny Depp v Amber Heard trial. She says that I am watching this trial, it is more like a cautionary tale about trusting bulls. On the most recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, the former UFC analyst revealed. Joe Rogan referred to Aquaman star Jessica Kirson as a “crazy lady” in an interview with comic Jessica Kirson. He also said that Amber Heard’s allegations about the Pirates of the Caribbean actress are “not accurate.” Rogan made a comment about Amber Heard’s mental health after speaking with psychiatrist Dr. Shannon Curry while supporting Johnny Depp.
Joe Rogan “If Depp wins the case, the only good thing is everybody knows now there’s something wrong with [Heard]. This is a big win for JD & a big loss for ‘Pirates of the Caribbean!’ You got rid of the best f*cking pirate you ever had! For a crazy lady!” #JusticeForJohnnyDepp
— Brian K. Murphy 🇺🇸🏴☠️ (@bmurphy63) April 27, 2022
What did Joe Rogan have to say about Johnny Depp and Amber Heard?
It’s not easy to forget.” On one occasion, Joe Rogan (54) referred to Johnny Depp (58) as late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. “You’re watching all the crazy come out,” Rogan continued, “and that’s how I felt about Anthony Bourdain and his relationship with that insane woman.” This phrase may refer to the late chef’s 17-year-younger relationship with Italian actress Asia Argento. As a result, the JRE host’s remark was most likely aimed at both Bourdain’s and Johnny Depp’s connections with far younger women.
Joe Rogan also talked on Johnny Depp’s notoriety and how difficult it would be to gain perspective in such a situation. Simultaneously, the former UFC commentator addressed Amber Heard’s claims that she used cosmetics to hide bruises she allegedly received from Johnny Depp. Amber Heard’s counsel claimed in a video on TikTok that the actress used a specific Milani Cosmetics product, which then added in a video on TikTok that the makeup used in the courtroom was not launched until December 2017.