Joe Rogan is not one to mess with! Despite coming under fire for his comments in regards to the Covid-19 vaccine, the ex-fighter and TV personality is responding to Neil Young over pulling his music off of Spotify due to comments on Rogan's podcast.

Rogan, who made comments regarding the notorious Coronavirus pandemic and vaccine efficacy, was put on blast by Young for spreading "misinformation." Young said Spotify could either keep Rogan, or lose him, and it seemed Spotify didn't hesitate to kick off the old rocker.

Rogan responds to major backlash

Spotify responded to both Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, who stood in solidarity with Young after they pulled their music from the major music streaming platform. On Sunday, Spotify's chief executive Daniel Ek wrote a statement in which he promised more information would available on the platform in regards to the Coronavirus vaccine and information.

Joe Rogan introduces fighters during the UFC 269 ceremonial weigh-in at MGM Grand Garden Arena.

"Personally, there are plenty of individuals and views on Spotify that I disagree with strongly," Ek wrote. "It is important to me that we don’t take on the position of being content censor while also making sure that there are rules in place and consequences for those who violate them."

Without specifying Rogan or Young, Ek mentioned that there will be advisory links attached to any podcast mentioning COVID-19 in efforts to make a "new effort to combat misinformation."

Rogan responded to the drama in an Instagram video, saying that he didn't intend for this to get out of hand.

"I’m not trying to promote misinformation," he said. "I’ve never tried to do anything with this podcast other than to just talk to people."

Rogan noted that along with the more "controversial" guests he has on this show, he did make sure to include specialists who are very informed on the topic, including Dr. Sanjay Gupta, the chief medical correspondent for CNN, Dr. Michael Osterholm, who is a member of President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 advisory board, and Dr. Peter Hotez from Baylor College of Medicine.

Furthermore, Rogan said that the idea of having advisories on podcasts with links to accurate information is something that he wouldn't be opposed to.

He said, "Sure, have that on there! I’m very happy with that."