Caitlyn Jenner Praises Kid Rock On Bud Light Boycott: “Speaks For All Americans”

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Kid Rock always seems to draw strong opinions no matter what he does.

Just this, the internet turned on Miranda Lambert after it was announced that she would be headlining a country festival alongside Kid Rock and Jason Aldean, upset that Miranda would agree to appear with the outspoken conservative singers.

But it seems that Kid Rock has one supporter firmly in his corner: Caitlyn Jenner.

Kid Rock was on Hannity last night, where he spoke with host Sean Hannity about his outspoken stand on Bud Light from earlier this year.

Of course everybody remembers when Kid Rock blasted a bunch of cases of Bud Light amid the backlash over the beer brand’s decision to partner with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

But Kid Rock seems to have softened his stance lately, and was recently spotted drinking a Bud Light while watching a show in Nashville.

The rocker spoke about the boycott on Hannity, where he praised Bud Light for the recent partnership with the UFC, and said he was willing to forgive their past mistakes:

“I know people that work for there, and it’s not so cool to be wearing around those blue shirts anymore…

I can let the thing go. I thought about this a lot. As a conservative, more importantly a patriot, I don’t want to be in the party of cancel culture and boycott that ultimately hurt working class people that have no dogs, especially in this fight.”

While Kid Rock said he’s not going to be their biggest cheerleader until they prove that they learned their lesson, he also revealed that he spoke to the CEO of Anheuser-Busch when they ran into each other at the recent UFC fight – which rock attended alongside former President Donald Trump:

“I told him that night, ‘You signaled to a lot of people like myself, like-minded people, put the trans thing aside for a minute, right?

But by sending that can to [Mulvaney], you kind of signaled to us you support this lifestyle and more importantly, like, men being in women’s sports or in my granddaughter’s locker room.’

Most of us draw a hard line right there.”

And he clarified that he has no problem with transgender people:

“A lot of people fought and died for them to do that. Go for it. We can coexist in public places. You might not be my first dinner invite, and I’m probably not yours.”

But Kid Rock said that he draws the line at bringing kids into it:

“Be yourself. You’re cool with me, I’m cool with you. That’s how most people are. But as soon as you bring our kids into this, that’s when you’re going to bring hatred into it.”

And apparently Caitlyn Jenner, who is transgender, agrees with him.

Jenner took to Twitter (or X, whatever you wanna call it) to praise Kid Rock for his comments on Bud Light:

“The segment with Kid Rock incredible – he speaks for all Americans. Common sense. Stay the hell away from kids with this lgbt BS. Live and let live – individual liberties! And by the way you would be one of my first dinner choices just based on this segment on Sean Hannity.”

You can check out Kid Rock’s interview with Hannity, and his discussion of Bud Light, here:


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