Remember this wild day on Twitter?
The year was 2019, but little has changed with Kid Rock. Bob still finds his name trending on Twitter quite often these days – why, you ask? Because he says whatever he wants. In his own words, he said he’s “uncancelable” because he just “doesn’t give a f-k.”
You never know who he’s going to go after next, but this time he went for one of the biggest celebrities in the world, Taylor Swift.
In his tweet, Kid Rock said:
“Taylor Swift wants to be a democrat because she wants to be in movies….period.”
“And it looks like she will suck the door knob off Hollyweird to get there. Oldest move in the book. Good luck girl.”
I took a screenshot of the tweet, in case he deleted it, which he didn’t (he’s not the tweet-delete type).
Let’s see why he trends this week.
Kid Rock Fires Back At Lady Gaga With Elk Hunting Photo
Lady Gaga set the internet ablaze with her video mocking rednecks as she endorsed Joe Biden for President.
If you had to make a bet on the first celebrity to respond, Kid Rock would have been a solid selection, and you would have been right.
Just about 24 hours after Gaga’s video went up, Kid Rock shared an elk hunting photo with the caption:
“In case you kids were wondering what camo is really worn for…”
While he didn’t directly call her out, it’s pretty clear what he’s referring to here.
The comments on the tweet is a big bag of chaos – people fighting over camo, others fighting over political candidates, some going after Gaga, some angry Kid Rock killed an animal to eat, etc, etc, etc.
You know, just standard Twitter stuff.
Kid Rock Goes After President Biden, Dr. Fauci and The Mainstream Media In New “We The People” Music Video
“A hard rock rap tune… you know all the craziness going on in our world the last several years: politics and the polarization and watching where this country is headed, the social justice, just constantly from being a Trump fan and being attacked in the media everywhere day in and day out.
I don’t mind taking a good punch, but I hit back motherfucker and I hit hard. ‘We The People’ gets into that.
And there is a little bit of unity at the end of the song because at the end of the day, I had to get a lot of this stuff out. I write what’s real to me and once I get this stuff out, songs like ‘Don’t Tell Me How To Live’ and ‘We The People,’ eventually I’d really like to get back to bringing people together.
We can believe differently, I think that’s one of things that makes this country great. I think the power that be want to divide us, and that’s no good… united we stand, divided we fall… the old cliché.” – Kid Rock