Joe Rogan entertains millions of listeners with episodes of his podcast "The Joe Rogan Experience," but not everyone is thrilled about the UFC commentator's large following. 

On Thursday, "Charmed" actress and political activist Alyssa Milano took to Twitter to express her frustrations that "The Joe Rogan Experience" has more listeners than her "Sorry Not Sorry" podcast. As seen in the tweet below, Milano acknowledged that Rogan's show has three times as many listeners as her own.

To date, Rogan's program has over 9.1M subscribers on YouTube and receives an estimated 190M downloads per month, according to a May report from Business Insider.

Milano's Twitter rant was ill-received by many. According to Distractify, some took aim at the fact that Milano had tied the tweet to one about the social injustice that Native Americans faced as they attempted to change the name of the Washington Redskins football team.

Users also noted that the difference in listeners between the two shows could be due to the fact that Rogan's podcast is over 10 years old, while hers has only been in existence for a little over a year. 

Others stated that the difference in subscriber count could be the result of Rogan's unique interviewing skills, as he has become known as a host who welcomes a wide range of personalities and viewpoints on his show. 

As noted by Distractify, Milano's issue with "The Joe Rogan Experience" could be the result of their conflicting personal viewpoints as well. While Rogan himself has been critical of former Vice President Joe Biden's health, the "Sorry Not Sorry" podcast host has been vocal in her support of the presumptive 2020 Democratic nominee leading up to November's presidential election. 

Alyssa Milano Actress Alyssa Milano poses at the UNICEF Ball fundraising gala in Beverly Hills, California, on Jan. 14, 2014. Photo: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni