It’s been a few years, but if you remember back to 2018, Kid Rock drew controversy after being named the grand marshal for the Nashville Christmas parade – and then promptly being removed after calling The View host Joy Behar a “b*tch” during an appearance on Fox News.
Well apparently enough time has passed that Nashville leaders are ready to give ol’ Bob Richie another chance.
It was announced yesterday that Kid Rock will serve as co-grand marshal of the Nashville Veteran’s Day parade, alongside Brigadier General Eden Murrie.
The parade will roll down Broadway in downtown Nashville at 11 AM this coming Saturday, November 11 – and will, of course, pass right in front of Kid Rock’s bar.
And of course, many on the internet aren’t happy with the choice of Kid Rock to lead the event.
Today we find that apparently there are no veterans in Nashville, because that’s the ONLY way they’d choose him.
Kid Rock as co-Grand Marshal for @visitmusiccity's Veterans Day parade reinforces why I left. In six years, I've seen the city embrace right-wing outsiders over veterans with diverse political beliefs. #VeteransDay#MusicCity