Russell Brand: Rumble rejects MP’s ‘disturbing’ letter over income
BBC News says Video site Rumble has hit out at a UK Parliamentary committee that asked if it would cut Russell Brand’s income in the wake of sexual assault allegations.
Dame Caroline Dinenage, chair of the House of Commons media committee, wrote to Rumble to say she was “concerned” that he could profit from his content.
But Rumble said that was “an extremely disturbing letter” and that the company would not “join a cancel culture mob”.
Brand has strongly denied the allegations of rape and sexual assault.
The star has 1.4 million followers on Rumble, where he posted a daily show until the allegations emerged last week.