Rolling Stone magazine co-founder removed from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame board after interview

Rolling Stone magazine co-founder Jann Wenner was removed from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation’s board of directors after making comments in an interview with the New York Times that have been widely criticized as racist and sexist. NBC News’ Aaron Gilchrist reports.

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  1. Racism doesnt exiat in america. This is all an illusion.

  2. So telling the truth is now raicsm?

  3. People at the to exemplify greed

  4. It is true that not everyone gives a good interview. I once saw a video interview with an old-time folk singer who answered most of the questions with, "Yes", "No", and "I don't know." That's not the kind of interview that ends up in the history books.

  5. Of all the bands in that list hendrix was their master

  6. Culture vultures are alive and well, we fought the white vultures, now the Latino vultures are eating at hip hop, the Asian vultures aren’t far behind. They are aided by the media.

  7. The fact Rolling Stones magazine and the group are named after a song Muddy Waters created called "Rollin Stone" shows these wight rock and roll artist stole the genre from traditional black americans.


  8. I think literally 80% of everything that's good and that we enjoy in this country today was originated by black folks and brown folks

  9. Jan Wenner proved to be a classic gate keeper.

  10. Ike Turner and Chuck Berry both are the creators of Rock and Roll genre.

  11. Martin Scorsese made movie & documentary about these so call master or gatekeeper shame on them…….

  12. Nina Samone, Whitney Houston, Aretha franklin, Tina Turner. SAD Stevie wonder, Ray Charles. He didn't look!

  13. Crap magazine anyway, he made it liberal stupid

  14. Why are people so shocked and surprised that a relic form the Jim Crow Era is racist?! LMBO! OF COURSE, HE'S IGNORANT! MOST OF THEM ARE FROM THAT ERA!!

  15. What about Jet magazine and Ebony? They don’t have diversity in their magazines

  16. I'm not surprised. How about Diana Ross and Smokey Robinson or Ronald Isley on that list. Even Lionel Richie.

  17. Always thought he was an @$$hole

  18. Republican Party is. Greatest threat to America and. Humanity

  19. Chuck Berry is pretty much the father of rock and roll.

  20. Cancel Culture strikes again.

  21. The guy has his preferences in artists, and what is wrong with that?

  22. Home of the disgraced and the entitled