Judge Joe is the second highest rated Judge show behind Judge Judy. He was told his ratings were down when in actuality all the Judge shows ratings were down. I believe Judge Joe quit on principle. He will be fine. He can spend time with his wife and complete his bucket list. Why should he take a pay cut when Judge Judy got a raise? He struggled too hard to become a Judge to settle,especially since he doesn't need to.
Judge Joe Brown is a fool don't go on his show if you get assistance ur gonna lose!!!!! "You got 3 baby daddy's you not married u get foodstamps and section 8 how can u afford to buy a car anyway using my tax dollars " he's always snappin on em
Judge Joe i like your show and how you carry yourself but bruh you dumb for quitting that show over a little money cut.theres people in this world who will work for 10 dollars an hour and youre very ungrateful and selfish to even do that
ANYONE IN HERE DEFENDING THIS DUMB NYGGAS IS AN IDIOT !
PHUCC PRINCIPLE WHEN IT COMES TO 90 MILLION DOLLARS DUMB@$$ ! AINT NOBODY FINNA PAY YOU THAT SHYTE FOR NOTHING !
JUDGE JOE BROWN HAD A NYGGA MOMENT AND IT'S GONNA COST HIS STUPID @$$ BIGTIME !
LMAO (IN MY GHOSTFACE VOICE "ONE OF DEM SMART DUMB NYGGAS" LMAO !)
This is 1 judge I don't like even judge a better judge than he is and I don't really like her way a all of times but she fair most times that I seen thought they were retired by now but I for 1 is glad that Brown gone what a fool 18million a season for 5 years.
@ Angrier Kitty... I was thinking the same thing. He goes off into these rambling rants that make my eyes glass over. I've forgotten what the case is about by the time he makes his point --- that is, if he ever does make his point (which is only about 2% of the time, it seems like).
@thugbephine... I was about the point that out, you beat me to it. J-Judy is at 45 million ... and only works about 3-4 months a year. She films several shows in a day, which gives her plenty of cases to air throughout the year.
This article is extremely skewed. The $100 M that he was "supposed" to get was based on the network's gross revenue. Brown would have made somewhere in the ball park of $20 M. Not $20 M a year EXACTLY. After the network promised the $100 M [gross revenue] they changed terms and conditions of the agreement mid-contract. This wasn't an issue of greed, but an issue of principle for sure.