You didn’t realize Kid Rock was a comedian did you? Tucker asked him one question and his answer had Tucker dying laughing…
Basically, what Tucker wanted to know was why “cancel culture” hadn’t totally taken out Kid Rock like they had so many other artists, but it was the Michigan rock star’s response that had Carlson laughing out loud.
The reason that Kid Rocker agreed to sit down with Tucker Carlson was because he was promoting a new single he had made in the summer of 2021 called We the People, and predictably it has caused quite a stir in the mainstream media. Rolling Stone has given the new song a “thumbs down”, claiming that the song is offensive.
“On the song, [Kid Rock] taps into the right-wing agenda by dropping F-bombs about social media platforms, criticizing President Joe Biden, and repeating the phrase ‘Let’s go Brandon’ 13 times,” Rolling Stone reported before going on to quote more of the lyrics. “‘But Covid’s near, it’s coming to town/We gotta act quick, shut our borders down,’ he rap-sings before kissing up to his MAGA daddy: ‘Joe Biden does, the media embraces/Big Don does it and they call him racist.’”
“This isn’t the first time the rap-rocker has ranted in his songs,” Rolling Stone declared. “Back in November, he dropped ‘Don’t Tell Me How to Live,’ where he called the U.S. a ‘nation of p*ssies’ and ‘snowflakes’ as he compared himself to Bruce Springsteen and Brad Pitt, all while wearing a ‘Social Media Sucks’ T-shirt in the song’s video.”
After Rolling Stone gave that negative review of Kid Rock, Carlson pointed out that the “woke culture” to him during his interview with the Grammy-nominated singer. “Why haven’t you been canceled?” Tucker asked. “Like, people aren’t allowed to say what you think. You are.”
“I am uncancelable,” Kid Rock responded. “Why’s that?” Carlson asked. “Because I don’t give a f*ck,” Kid Rock declared. “I’m not in bed with any big corporate things at the end of the day. There’s nobody I’m beholden to — no record companies, no corporate interests, no nothing. You can’t cancel me. I love it when they try.”
There is no doubt that Kid Rock’s We the People tour has been headlined by a lot of controversial songs that snowflake liberals wouldn’t really care for. One of the songs is highly critical of Joe Biden and this is reflected in the song’s chorus: “We the People, Let’s go, Brandon.” The song has a conclusion of the following: “If you’re down with love and wanna make things better, all we gotta do is just come together, weather the storm, and take my hand. Then follow my lead to the promised land. Cause we the people, we gotta unite.”
Kid Rock and Tucker are reportedly pretty good friends, and they were spotted by TMZ in the recording artist’s Tennessee bar having a great time.
“The Fox News host was spotted letting his hair down at KR’s Big Ass Honky Tonk restaurant in Nashville, where he was given the VIP treatment right from the get-go,” TMZ reported. “We’re told Tuck was whisked away to the VIP ‘Cadillac Room,’ and eventually took in the musical showdown below from an upper deck area … where he and Kid were chopping it up and enjoying some beverages,” they added. “Eyewitnesses even say that Kid got on the mic at one point and announced that Tucker was in the house, to which the audience roared and chanted ‘USA!’”
TMZ noted that the platinum singer’s response to being TMZ went on to report that Kid Rock saying he was “uncancelable,” was far from out-of-the-ordinary, saying “as you know, Kid’s been very outspoken on these sorts of issues … taking up cancel culture as his latest social cause.”
Kid Rock also joins another high-profile rocker, Ted Nugent, who also recently weighed in on Kid Rock. “So Kid Rock and I share that middle finger of independence,” Nugent said. “And the most important thing on the planet: critical thinking. Anything status quo or standard operating procedure must be scrutinized and you will learn to dismiss it. ‘Cause, everything status quo is horrible for the American Dream. And that’s what Kid Rock represents.”