Kid Rock recently discussed cancel culture and his dispute with Anheuser-Busch over their marketing featuring a transgender influencer.
He emphasized his independence from corporate interests, enabling him to speak freely and support causes without fear of retribution.
Rock highlighted the impact of the boycott on the company’s workers and expressed his opposition to cancel culture and boycotts.
“I call it Adam Schiff — you don’t give a Schiff,” Hannity suggested, about Rock’s “uncancelable” status.
“I’m just not in bed with any corporate entities,” Rock remarked.
“You know, that would put me in a position where people could raise a stink, and I decided years ago — I’ve been very blessed,” Rock told Hannity.
Adding, “You know, I’ve worked hard and still be able to do this at a high level at 25 years. And I decided when I was going to get vocal about all things, like, it’s not a time I have never been vocal.
He also mentioned his encounter with Anheuser-Busch’s CEO and emphasized the need to keep children out of controversial issues.
Rock recounted that he told the CEO, “Because if you put this in context, why did this start? 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. Nah,” emphasized Rock.
“We can coexist in public places. You might not be my first dinner invite, you know what I mean? And I’m probably not yours,” he joked.
“I’m cool with you, that’s how most people are,” said Rock about different sexualities.
“But as soon as you bring our kids into this, that’s where we’re going to bring hatred into it. Leave our frickin’ kids out of it,” demanded the singer.
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