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Prince Harry is hyped for refusing to terminate his £18m Spotify contract over Joe Rogan’s anti-vaccination views

CAUSE Harry is under pressure to end his £18m Spotify deal after the streaming giant was accused of promoting anti-vaxxer content.

Harry, 37 years old, is set to release podcasts on the same platform as Covid jab skeptic Joe Rogan.

Harry and Meghan refuse to sever ties with Spotify, says source

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Harry and Meghan refuse to sever ties with Spotify, says source
Joe Rogan suggested young people don't need a Covid vaccine

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Joe Rogan suggested young people don’t need a Covid vaccine

However, just four months ago, the Duke of Sussex attacked news sites and social media for “peddler lies” about vaccines.

He claimed the only way to “get through” Covid-19 was to “break the system” of misinformation.

Joe Rogan Experience is the most listened to podcast on Spotify – but Americans have suggested young people don’t need a Covid vaccine.

Last night, a source said of Harry: “Refusing to sever ties with Spotify after they aired anti-vaxxer material is extremely two-sided.

“If he was as principled and as mean as he said he was, he would cut ties, even at the cost of personal finances.”

Rock veteran Neil Young, 76, has asked Spotify – which has 172 million subscribers – to withdraw all of his music because of his relationship with Rogan, 54.

In an open letter, since deleted, he criticized the giant for “spreading fake information about vaccines”.

Harry and his wife Meghan previously caused a stir when they signed a £112m deal with Netflix – despite anger over the way his mother Diana was portrayed in hit TV series The Crown.

Joe Rogan Interviews Scam virologist who warned of ‘Nazi America’ and was later cut off by YouTube and Twitter

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