Kid Rock chooses violence…. Against transgender supportive beer

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Two days after Bud Light launched a transgender campaign, kids skirt literally shot at the Anheuser-Busch beer company.

The musician, who has garnered headlines more for his pro-Trump political stance than his music in recent years, wasn’t too happy with Bud Light’s recent move to promote her brand with popular transgender social media star Dylan Mulvaney.

In recent months, Mulvaney has been on everything from TikTok to talk shows to the White House. Mulvaney has documented her transition on social media, drawing both support and hate along the way.

Bud Light decided to support Mulvaney and capitalize on his popularity by asking the trans influencer to promote Bud Light on Mulvaney’s own social media platforms, which included a custom-made Bud Light can as a gift . But even though the promotion was limited to Mulvaney’s social media accounts, numerous beer lovers were surprised.

Kid Rock — from whom you can deduce he’s one of those guys who’s massively pissed that a beer company is letting a transgender advertise their beer — decided it was worth his time making a video in which he literally Crates of Bud Light rotates. After his violent destruction of the beer, an impressive feat, he then turns to the camera and is kind enough to wish his viewers a good day, although this is immediately after saying, “Fu** Bud Light and fu** Anheuser – Bush!”

However, it’s safe to assume that he was technically assisting Bud Light in this video, buying numerous crates of them for his on-screen bullet-induced tirade.

Despite its heyday in the 1990s, Kid Rock’s music isn’t widely acclaimed. The main chorus of his most popular song is literally “Bawitdaba da bang da bang, diggy diggy diggy said the boogie said up jump da boogie.”

The chorus is largely taken from the Sugarhill Gang’s first-ever rap hit called “Rapper’s Delight,” a song that helped propel hip-hop culture into the limelight. That part of the song, however, was just a verbal funk break surrounded by sensible lyrics that Kid Rock wasn’t exactly capable of — even if he borrowed. So he settled for taking the rhythmic jibberish as his chorus instead.

It would make a far better video if he blasted his old albums so viewers can be thrilled that he’s finally acknowledging the trash of his own music. Watching that go up in smoke would probably garner Kid Rock more applause than any concert he’s ever given, which might not say much anyway.

But we digress. There’s no need to hate Kid Rock for such displays of affection for Bud Light—although those displays, especially when delivered with such aggression, may not be necessary. Kid Rock chooses violence…. Against transgender supportive beer

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