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Cancelled with Rob Rosen and Desma Simon
11 minutes | Jan 10, 2022
Rob and Desma make a special announcement about their future plans for the podcast.
72 minutes | Dec 1, 2021
Maud Maron was a good liberal; a Bernie supporter who worked as a lawyer for the Legal Aid Society. But when she won a seat on her local school board and expressed some unfashionable opinions, she was cancelled in a very public and traumatic way. In a provocative and open discussion, Maud reflects on what happened and what's made people so intolerant of different points of view.
65 minutes | Nov 17, 2021
John Gorham was Portland's top chef and the owner of ten local restaurants. But his empire came crashing down when he got into an online fight with a trans-woman. In this emotional interview, John tells Rob and Desma how, overnight, he went from king to cancelled.
67 minutes | Nov 3, 2021
Jay Asher became a sensation with his book '13 Reasons Why' which got adapted into a hit Netflix series. But his life came crashing down when he was hit with multiple sexual harassment allegations. In a very candid and raw interview, Jay sets the record straight about what he did wrong, but argues that his punishment does not fit the crime.
100 minutes | Oct 20, 2021
Vince the Fed Ex Guy and Michael Mc
Vince the Fed Ex Guy made international news when he posted a video claiming he wouldn't deliver packages to any household with a visible Biden or BLM sign.This is a unique episode because we get a chance to not only hear from Vince, the cancelled, but his canceller: Michael Mc- who's an award winning music director witha highly influential Tik Tok page.Vince argues his cancellers got the story wrong and doxed him for no reason; threatening his safety and his marriage. Michael Mc explains why he revealed Vince's identity and why, given the chance, he would do it again.
53 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
Nathan Miller-The Fixer
When big name stars are about to get cancelled, they turn to Nathan Miller, the fixer, to try and save their careers. Rob and Desma talk to Miller about what he advises his clients to do when the mob comes after them. Plus, they go through some of the highest profile cancellations in history and Nathan explains what those celebrities did wrong and whether there was anything they could have done to save themselves.
72 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
Seth Ciferri was a rockstar in the tattoo world. He was an artist, an innovator and even a celebrity judge on the hit show 'Ink Master.' But the cancel mob took him out after an ex-girlfriend posted a video about him. In an emotional conversation, Seth talks about losing everything and how his new fiancé, who makes an appearance on the podcast, is the only thing that carried him through.
54 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Rob and Desma return to the world of knitting. In this episode, a woman who goes by Little Ragamuffin, was cancelled because of the name she gave one of her shirts. Some said it was racist. But when you find out what the name actually was, you may be just as shocked as Rob and Desma that anybody actually took offense to it.
62 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Sonya Renee Taylor
Rob and Desma talk to activist and New York Times best selling author Sonya Renee Taylor. She recently gave a provocative talk about cancel culture. Sparks fly as the three have an intense, but always respectful, debate about what’s really behind the phenomena.
103 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
Nicki Clyne gained fame as one of the stars of the 'Battlestar Galactica' reboot. She gained infamy fo her role in NXIVM, the self-help group some people consider a cult. Nicki was never charged with a crime but she has been completely canceled by Hollywood. In one of her first interviews since the scandal broke, she talks about what drew her to the group, the truth about her marriage to Smallville's Allison Mack, why she continues to defend group leader Keith Raniere and how she has had to humble herself to survive. Download the provocative interview and make sure to subscribe to Cancelled with Rob Rosen and Desma Simon.
66 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
It's like something out of an episode of 'Black Mirror.' Digital animator Pasquale D'Silva woke up one morning, in horror, to find out he'd lost all his business and a bunch of his friends. The online mob had taken him out. In an emotional interview, Pasquale tells Rob and Desma what happened and what he's doing to fight back.
62 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
It's time for another chilling story from our college campuses. University of Chicago Associate Professor Dorian Abbot criticized the way the school was implementing its diversity initiatives. It very nearly got him fired. Download to hear his incredible story and how he was able to ultimately beat the cancel mob at its own game.
56 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Country music singer Buddy Brown has gotten a huge following by making fun of woke, cancel culture. He tells Rob and Desma how he became a self-made star and why he's bulletproof from the online mob.
61 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Cancelling family members
Actor-director Betty Hart joins Rob and Desma for a difficult discussion: when is it appropriate to cancel family members? Betty cut her father out of her life for ten-years. In a powerful and revealing interview, she explains why she did it and how the two of them finally reconciled. This episode is a bit different but a must-listen for anyone involved in a toxic relationship.
76 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
He is an inspirational rapper and a fitness expert, but many of you may know Zuby as a social media provocateur. In this freewheeling conversation, Zuby tells Rob and Desma how he stays one step ahead of the online mob, why he refuses to use the N word in his rap lyrics and why he believes lockdowns were a costly farce.
58 minutes | May 19, 2021
From 'Loveline' to 'Teen Mom,' Dr. Drew has spent 30-years in the public eye giving solid medical advice with his trademark gentle delivery. But at the beginning of the pandemic, the online mob went after him so hard, his family had to go into hiding. In this revealing interview, Dr. Drew opens up about what happened and why he believes cancel culture is a mental disorder.
65 minutes | May 12, 2021
How did a librarian at a fancy all-girl's college in New England get cancelled? Download episode to hear her remarkable story.
56 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
Wrongfully accused of murder!
Death metal artist Pablo Vergara, whose stage name is Morbid, posted videos of himself during a stay at downtown Los Angeles's infamous Cecil Hotel. One year later, in 2013, a young woman was found dead on the roof of the building (there's a Netflix true crime special on the case). Some online 'sleuths' accused Morbid of committing the murder. Undeterred by the inconvenient fact that he wasn't even in the country at the time, the cancel mob went after Morbid and drove him to the brink of suicide. Vergara relives the painful experience to Rob and Desma and tells them what he's doing to help other victims of online cancel culture.
81 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
In a very timely episode, Rob and Desma talk to Hawk Newsome, one of the worldwide leaders of the BLM movement. He is no stranger to the online mob. Last year, he was targeted after he had a very public fight with then President Trump. Now, a different online mob is attacking him after he called out BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors for her purchase of a pricey home in a predominantly white Los Angeles neighborhood. In a freewheeling talk, Hawk holds nothing back and shares his iconoclastic takes on the police, white progressives and the 'trendiness' of social justice movements.
62 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Joe Walsh was a rising star in the conservative movement. The former Tea Party congressman was making waves in the world of right-wing talk radio. But when he threw his hat in the ring and challenged Donald Trump for the 2020 GOP nomination, MAGA nation cancelled him big time. In a freewheeling interview, Joe Walsh opens up about the anger and hurt he feels and his fears about how he'll be able to survive in the future.
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