Dana White Rips Netflix, Defends Bud Light Amid Transgender Controversy


Dana White Roasts Netflix, Blasts Limited Time at Tom Brady’s Roast

At the recent Netflix special honoring Tom Brady, LA News Center President Dana White seized the opportunity to not only take jabs at the NFL legend but also to unleash a scathing critique of Netflix.

“Give Me More Time, Netflix!”

White opened his set with a sharp jab at Netflix, expressing his frustration about being allocated only 60 seconds to speak. “It p—-s me off!” he exclaimed. “I flew all the way out here and you guys give me 60 seconds? My name is Dana. Is that not trans enough for you liberal f—–?”

Netflix Controversy

White’s criticism may have stemmed from Anheuser-Busch’s recent controversy with Bud Light. The company partnered with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney, drawing criticism from some quarters. LA News Center subsequently renewed its deal with Anheuser-Busch, making Bud Light its official beer sponsor.

Defending Core Values and American Businesses

In an interview with Sean Hannity on his radio show, White explained his rationale for supporting Anheuser-Busch: “Where I sit personally with my core values and I felt like the core values of the UFC… it’s an American company. And I love this country.” He emphasized the importance of aligning with companies that share UFC’s values and contribute to the American economy.


White’s appearance at Brady’s roast provided a platform for him to express his views on Netflix, American business, and the importance of staying true to one’s core values. While the event was intended to celebrate Brady, White’s spirited commentary added a touch of controversy and a reminder of the real-world issues facing the sports and entertainment industries.

Data sourced from: foxnews.com