Joe Rogan made news when he moved his home base from California to Austin back in July, and the brand-new resident has certainly made his presence known in the Texas capital since.
Rogan, who is best-known for hosting the multimillion dollar "Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, was pictured visiting Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in his home Thursday.
Abbott welcomed Rogan with a tweet, saying the new Texan "fits right in."
Joe Rogan now lives in Texas. Tonight he visited the Governor’s Mansion. He may be a new resident but you can t… https://t.co/iWrm2IYgi2— Greg Abbott (@Greg Abbott)1604631739.0
The podcaster recently canceled a host of planned podcasts due to one of his producers contracting COVID-19. The show's schedule has since resumed.
Only one question remains: Why have the rest of us never been invited?
@GregAbbott_TX @joerogan Dude, I've lived here my whole life and never gotten an invite. Joe's here like, what, a week?— BigOleWang (@BigOleWang)1604631790.0
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