Kid Rock Isn’t Apologizing For Homophobic Slur: “Good Chance You Are One”

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Doubling down…

If you were hoping for an apology from Kid Rock after his widely-publicized homophobic slur earlier this week, it ain’t happening.

But if you missed it, let’s catch up real quick.

In the video first shared by TMZ, Kid Rock was seen onstage at FishLipz Grill in Smithville, Tennessee, and apparently pissed about people in the crowd filming him with their phones

It’s obviously not his first rodeo, but Kid Rock flips off the camera, and then goes into an off-the-cuff song:

“F**k your iPhone. You can post this, you can post this, you can post this dick right now.

You f**king f**gots with your phones out.”

Well today, he doubled down on his on-stage comments:

“If Kid Rock using the word f**got offends you, good chance you are one.

Either way, I know he has a lot of love for his gay friends and I will have a talk with him. Have a nice day.

-Bob Ritchie”

I mean, this is the same guy that told Joy Behar and Oprah to “suck dick sideways” and then when asked about it said, “I have a big mouth and I drink too much sometimes, shocker.”

So yeah, an apology was never in the cards…

And I don’t think Bob cares.

Speaking Of Kid Rock…

Kid Rock’s Nashville bar has been quite the hot spot lately.

It was where Morgan Wallen chose to make his return to the stage, and it was also the place where a Nashville man was arrested for drunkenly swinging his colostomy bag around.

Oh, you missed that one? Listen to this…

A man was arrested at Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk Rock ‘N Roll Steakhouse on Broadway for removing his colostomy bag and swinging it at police.

Security told the police that the man was drunk and refusing to leave after being asked to move along.

Then when police arrived, that’s when Newhart removed his colostomy bag from the front of his pants and began swinging it around, hitting two officers with his feces.

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