Outspoken Kid Rock claims to have confronted Anheuser-Busch’s CEO and shared his thoughts on the company’s partnership with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney.
In an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Kid Rock shared that the confrontation, which included words not found in the Bible, occurred at the UFC 295 building in New York City on Nov. 11.
Kid Rock made headlines several months ago by filming himself shooting cans of Bud Light beer with a semiautomatic weapon — ostensibly to express his disapproval of Bud Light’s new marketing effort.
Kid Rock recalled that he entered the Madison Square Garden building accompanied by former President Donald Trump and UFC CEO Dana White and Podcast host extraordinaire, Tucker Carlson.
Kid Rock told Hannity: “I’m standing there with our favorite President,” he told Hannity. “And someone comes over, like ‘The CEO of Anheuser-Busch is standing right behind you.’ So I go over to POTUS. I’m like, ‘Hey that’s the CEO of Anheuser-Busch.’ Trump’s like, ‘You wanna go talk to him?’ I’m like … ‘I do,’” Kid Rock claimed, laughing.
Rock continued relaying to Hannity what unfolded:
So me and him go over. We actually had a great conversation. Because if you put this in context, why did this start? It’s like … 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 the trans kid [Mulvaney], you kind of signaled to us, you support this lifestyle.’”
And more importantly, like men being in women’s sports, they’re in my granddaughter’s locker room. Most of us draw a hard line right there.”
You know if someone wants to be trans, you know I didn’t rip that kid. I said, ‘F you guys.’ I didn’t even say boycott or cancel I said ‘F you.’ I said, ‘What are you doing? Injecting yourself into this conversation, these polarizing social issues.’ I was like, ‘You know you could be doing so much more positive stuff, just making us laugh and drink beer.’”
If someone wants to dress up like a girl, they want to be transgender or whatever, a lot of people fought and died for them to do that. Go for it. We can coexist, you know, in public places. You might not be my first dinner invite, you know what I mean? And I’m probably not yours.
The Detroit rocker concluded by saying:
Be yourself. If 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 gonna bring hatred into it. Leave our freaking kids out of it.
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