- Tiger King, which stars Joe Exotic, has quickly become the most-watched show in America.
- Exotic has seen varying levels of sympathy from Z-list celebs, while other personalities pimp themselves out to portray him in future shows.
- The popularity of Tiger King, and especially Joe Exotic, highlights how decadent society has become.
I’m not sure if it’s a result of the ongoing coronavirus lockdown that has trapped much of the U.S. inside, but the popularity of Tiger King star Joe Exotic seems to be a “thing” now.
That’s right. During the worst pandemic in recent times, society is championing a polyamorous zoo owner who tried to hire someone to kill a rival.
It seems everyone is trying to get on Joe Exotic bandwagon
Both Lowe and the creator of American Horror Story, Ryan Murphy, have plans to develop their “own version of this insane story.”
Joe Exotic himself is looking to take advantage of his newfound fame
Joe Exotic is many things, but he’s not an idiot. He’s taken note of his popularity following the release of the Netflix show and is trying to use it to his advantage.
While gullible “celebrities” like Cardi B make ridiculous statements about how Exotic is innocent, based entirely on what they’ve seen on a television show, Joe Exotic is looking to do what he does best.
Exploit the situation.
Speaking on his newfound fame, Joe Exotic commented:
You know it would be nice if I could actually see me being famous out there, but I’ve seen these same four walls for a year and a half now. Go sit in a cage with your animals for a week. I mean, when I left the zoo, and I sent my chimpanzees to the sanctuary in Florida and imagined what my chimpanzees went through for 18 years, I’m ashamed of myself.