Kid Rock is one of the most polarizing, and also most interesting human beings on the planet.
The man just doesn’t give two fiddler’s f*cks about what you or anybody else thinks about him, and naturally that will garner you some loyal supporters… and some staunch opponents.
With that being said, the man has made headlines once again after posting a meme on the Fourth of July essentially calling anti-gun folks, gay.
No stranger to controversy surrounding the topic, Kid Rock has said on multiple occasions that he isn’t homophonic.
Last summer, he tweeted this out, while saying that he “has a lot of love for his gay friends.”
Back to this past weekend…
Rock, or Mr. Bob Ritchie if you will, posted the Kermit the frog graphic to Donald Trump’s social media platform, Truth Social, and per usual, didn’t hold back about how he was feeling on the Fourth of July.
“If you’re anti gun, you don’t get to celebrate the 4th of July. You would have never fought back. Enjoy pride month. Pussy.”
But despite the backlash, something tells me Kid Rock doesn’t care…
Kid Rock Drops Homophobic Slur At Tennessee Bar
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Kid Rock is under fire for something he said onstage at a bar.
If you remember back to 2019, Kid Rock made headlines for a rant he delivered from the stage of his own bar in downtown Nashville when he said that Oprah and Joy Behar can “suck dick sideways.”
Well it appears that he recently took the stage at FishLipz Grill in Smithville, TN and once again ignited some controversy with a rant that made its way to the internet.
In the video, first shared by TMZ, Kid Rock is onstage and isn’t happy that people in the crowd have their iPhones out filming him. (I mean, he should be used to people having their phones out recording literally everything, right?)
Kid Rock flips off the camera, and then goes into a song/rant while dropping the homophobic slur:
“F**k your iPhone. You can post this, you can post this, you can post this dick right now. You f**king f*****s with your phones out.”
A man behind Kid Rock appears to be gesturing to the person behind the camera to get out or stop recording, but to no avail, while others in the crowd cheer on the outburst.
There’s been no comment so far from Kid Rock on the video, however during the aforementioned Joy Behar debacle, he had this to say:
“I am just saying what a lot of people think. Not saying I should be, but sometimes I just do.
Oh well. I have a big mouth and drink too much sometimes, shocker!”
So, if we’ve learned anything at all about Kid Rock over the years, it’s that he REALLY doesn’t care what he says or what people think about him.
And I don’t expect that to change any time soon.