Kid Rock’s Hilariously Dumb Anti-Trans Tweet Proves He’s a Massive Snowflake
Kid Rock is either a bigot, a grifter, or both. Those are the only possibilities that make sense after he posted a video of him shooting up some beer in an act of anti-trans defiance towards a major brewing company’s recent partnership with a popular transgender activist.
Earlier today, Kid Rock — or Robert James Ritchie — tweeted a quick video where he said “grandpa was feeling a little frisky today.” As insanely gross that phrase sounds no matter who’s saying it, he then offered to be as “clear and concise as possible,” which is good because whatever bullshit he had to say was likely as dumb as some of his recent music releases have been. Then he leveled off a barrage of bullets at… a few cases of beer he likely purchased with his own money… before saying “Fuck Bud Light. Fuck Anheuser-Busch.”
What is it with MAGA chuds who protest by buying the product they want to boycott and then destroying it? I mean, we all know Kid Rock has the cumulative IQ of a warmed over jar of mayonnaise, but still. He’s got to know they already got his cash, so it’s all good?
On second thought, we’re talking about the guy that let a Borat movie and fuckin’ Tommy Lee ruin his marriage with Pamela Anderson…
But that doesn’t matter, really. The 52-year-old “Bawitdaba” rap rocker is on that conservative outrage grift, which makes sense given he’s always been a grifter. Robert James Ritchie didn’t grow up on the streets of Detroit — he grew up in a 5,660-square foot house 40 miles north of the city. We’re talkin’ five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 5.5 acres — dude lived a cushy childhood.
Meanwhile, all Anheuser-Busch did was start a promotion with activist and social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney regarding March Madness where they sent her some custom cans in celebration of “day 365 of womanhood.” Remember, this isn’t a widely attainable product, but that doesn’t matter to the right, who are now calling for a mass boycott of Bud Light and the company’s entire line of products.
So yeah. Go ahead and buy a bunch of beer and then destroy it. Doing that only does two things: puts money in the pockets of the company you swear you hate and it frees up shelf space for infinitely better beers than Bud and Bud Light.