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Danica Patrick opened up about her bad experience with “Tree Huggers” and “Vegans” when she appeared on Joe Rogan’s Spotify Podcast

Popular former Cup Series driver Danica Patrick always manages to hit the headlines and shock the world with her cheeky comments. In a throwback podcast, she spills some beans on a controversial but critical issue that is sure to raise some questions.

In a 2018 Joe Rogan Experience podcast, she revealed a lot of things about herself that would contradict her as a racer. Well, that’s the Danica Patrick we all know. Joe Rogan covers wide-ranging topics in the interviews with his guests. While talking to Patrick, he asked her if she knew how much fossil fuel she burns or if she ever thought or had a chart of how much fossil fuel the average person burns.

The previous Stewart-Haas Racing driver told Rogan, “Oh, I wouldn’t do well with that. I wouldn’t do well with tree huggers or vegans in the world and all the people who love animals. I’m all those people; I love the woods, I try to eat vegetables mostly of the time, stuff like that. But yeah, I’m not doing my part when it comes to my job either.”

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Danica previously revealed that she had been asking herself about all the protein that comes from animals. She tried to be on a vegan diet but stopped following it as she loves meat. She said it just makes her feel better and look good.

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Danica Patrick as entrepreneur and public figure

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The 40-year-old NASCAR Cup and Xfinity series driver retired after the Indianapolis 500 in 2018. Since then, she has put a lot of work into her personal growth and also started her entrepreneurial journey.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 8: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Former NASCAR driver Danica Patrick visits BuzzFeed’s “AM To DM” to discuss her new podcast “Pretty Intense” on November 8, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)

She owns the Somnium brand of wines, a winery and a clothing brand. She is also the author of a book titled Pretty intense. She is also very vocal about mental health issues and always has a go-to therapist for herself. She hosts a show on YouTube called Pretty intense podcast, where she talks to her guests about a number of hot topics. She is someone who believes that you can only work on yourself to change others.

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It certainly looks like Danica Patrick has evolved over the years. But fans still love seeing glimpses of her unfiltered self.

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