UFC Commentator Joe Rogan forced to evacuate his home due to California Wildfires
UFC commentator Joe Rogan has been forced to evacuate his home due to the California Wildfires.
The devastating wildfire, which is now being dubbed the “Woolsey Fire”, has reached Malibu, Calabasas and Agoura, forcing many home owners to evacuate the area.
Joe Rogan took to Twitter earlier today where he announced that he was forced to cancel his scheduled sets at The Comedy Store in order to be with his family.
Due to the fires and evacuation I have to cancel my sets at @TheComedyStore tonight. My apologies to all. I’ll be back next week. Stay safe out there folks. This fire is scary as fuck.
— Joe Rogan (@joerogan) November 10, 2018
“I struggled with this but I have to cancel my sets at @thecomedystore tonight. We’ve been evacuated from our home and I’ve got to be with my family. My apologies to all. I’ll be back next week! Stay safe out there folks. This fire is scary as f*ck.” – Joe Rogan
The longtime UFC color commentator, Joe Rogan, is obviously not the only celebrity to have been affected by the tragedy.
Entertainment tonight reports the “The Bachelor Mansion” caught fire yesterday afternoon and was partially burned down.
Other celebrity homes caught up in the brutal fire include Caitlyn Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Kylie Jenner and Orland Bloom.
“Holy Shit!!! This is Malibu, California. My heart goes out to all my friends Joe Rogan, @ogeverlast, @cindycrawford, @richardsachs and everyone else who has been impacted by these horrible fires. Photo by @nickthetooth” – Dana White
Joe Rogan will not be part of the UFC broadcast team for tonight’s 25th anniversary show in Denver, Colorado.
Tonight’s event will be called by former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans and MMA analyst Jimmy Smith.
We would like to take this time to send our love and prayers to the Joe Rogan family, and all those affected by the devastating California wildfires.
This story first appeared on BJPENN.com November 10, 2018