r/WhitePeopleTwitter 28d ago

Kid Rock is racist

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u/Canalloni 28d ago

Remember when he laughingly told everyone that Trump was showing him confidential information at the Whitehouse? It's reassuring to know the classified information is in such good hands. /s

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u/GlitteringBobcat999 28d ago

Trump would make Kid Chud the Secretary of State, at which time the full transition to Idiocracy will be complete.

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u/ArcaneOverride 27d ago

He could make Kanye the HUD secretary and he would probably ban stairs in all new buildings because he is afraid of them, it would be one of the most Idiocracy things I could imagine happening.

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u/ThreeOneThirdMan 28d ago

Not just showing him all those documents but asking for advice.

VOTE.

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u/Canalloni 28d ago

I realize now I didn't put that in my post because that truth is so horrifying, I can't quite accept it, even though it's exactly what the psycho Trump did.

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u/LoisWade42 28d ago

Speaking of "psycho"... you might appreciate what George Conway did near Maralago...

Donald Trump Mocked with 'Psycho' Billboard in Own Backyard (newsweek.com)

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u/ifnhatereddit 28d ago edited 28d ago

Some kid rock lyrics

Young ladies, young ladies I like 'em underage see Some say that's statutory But I say it's MANDATORY!

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u/Purple_Charcoal 28d ago

Kid rocks a pedophile?!?!? Call me “shocked.” /s

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u/Ok-Macaroon-7819 28d ago

He learned his ways from his Uncle Ted...

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u/Uncleted626 28d ago

I taught him no such thing!

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u/cappwnington 28d ago

Lol how is this account 11 years old

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u/Georgefakelastname 28d ago

Bro finally had his moment to shine lol

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u/EatPie_NotWAr 28d ago

But at what cost

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u/zenspeed 28d ago

As Uncle Ted would say, 11 ain't that old...

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u/pantherhawk27263 28d ago

I remember seeing an interview with him on a news program when he was first becoming famous and he was bragging about having sex with underage girls. I've thought he was a piece of shit ever since.

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u/EarthenEyes 28d ago

I didn't know these facts about him until coming to this thread, and the more I read, the more I learn new facts about him.
It's weird hating a guy because he gives you bad vibes and that gut feeling turning out to be right.

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u/test_tickles 28d ago

That's why MAGA loves him.

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u/clangan524 28d ago

Featured in the animated movie Osmosis Jones

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u/hagbardceline69420 28d ago

is that true?

that's scandalous, that's a kids movie right?

just looked it up, you're right.

Cool daddy Cool - Kid Rock feat Joe C (whoever that is)

smh

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u/0xym0r0n 28d ago

Joe C was a part of Kid Rock's show, he had celiac disease and it caused him to look kind of like a little kid because he only grew to be 3 foot 9 inches. He had a few verses in at least a few of Kid Rock's song from the album Devil without a Cause.

He passed away in his sleep in 2000 due to complications from celiac disease at the age of 25.

If you are interested you can search "Joe C Album cover with 2 strippers" or "ShortCut Booty Shakin' Shit album cover" into google to see the image. In it he's standing between 2 women in underwear with his hand on their asses. The album was reported as child pornography until Joe C proved he was 23 years old at the time of the photo.

I can't post a link directly because I don't comment here enough, sorry. He looks very much like a kid though, so I think part of it was the shock of having what looks like a 10 year old boy spitting bars and cursing and saying vulgar things and talking about fucking bitches and stuff

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u/Sonofyuri 28d ago

That's J. O. E. to the C. Hoe. Call me Joe C cause I got more game than kaliko. Something something something, I'm 3 foot nine with a 10 foot dick.

God I really remember that from when I had kid rocks cd when I was like 11.

Jesus I was a stupid kid

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u/willclerkforfood 28d ago

Joe C : Kid Rock :: Vern Troyer : Mike Myers

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u/afellowchucker 28d ago

What a phony. Grew up in a nice rich family with a big ass house and an apple orchard in his yard. Started as a rapper, and then shifted to pretending he’s some down south country redneck. He grew up in Michigan. He’s closer to being Canadian!

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u/Superdefaultman 28d ago

My favorite Kid Rock fact: When he was trying to come up as a rapper in Detroit, he often tore down Insane Clown Posse concert flyers.

Because they drew more than him.

Insane Clown Posse was a bigger draw than him and it ate his soul up.

Wild.

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u/Gophurkey 28d ago

Look into how ICP offers a haven for kids who are lost and forgotten, and how they actively work against racism and bigotry, and then tell me you don't want at least a little Faygo

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u/Rhakha 28d ago

I dislike their music but goddamn do I respect them on their principles

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u/DisposableSaviour 28d ago

Same. I’m not a juggalo, but those guys are good guys. Whoop whoop, indeed.

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u/PopeGuss 28d ago

If given the choice between a festival headlining Kid Rock or a festival headlining ICP, I'm going with the clown freaks every time. They may be a little crusty, but damn if they ain't welcoming.

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u/DefinitelyNotAliens 28d ago

If I had to either go to an ICP show or Kid Rock show, the Juggalos are going to be so much more polite. I'm hitting Insane Clown Posse up. Every time.

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u/ObscureWiticism 28d ago

I've seen both live and I'm not even a fan of either. I would see ICP again, no question. They were great performers. Kid Rock's band was pretty good, but they definitely need a new singer.

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u/RainbowBriteGlasses 27d ago

This is an amazing burn

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u/1Fully1 28d ago edited 28d ago

A few years ago pre covid for sure the lineup for The Gathering of the. Juggalos was intriguing ,and I’m not gonna lie: they had a few acts I wanted to see. Considered going to it…

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u/lilsatan_ 28d ago

I worked a last minute show for one of the ICP guys, his show was getting moved to my venue and it was just me behind the bar vs 200 juggalos and everyone was so nice and understanding that I was absolutely fucking swamped.

Not my type of music at all, but everyone was really nice to me.

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u/DefinitelyNotAliens 28d ago

I feel like at least 70% of juggalos were the weird kid without a lot of friends in high school and instead of LARPing or cosplay they got into Juggalo shit and were just super stoked to be part of a tight knit community and they're generally really nice because of that. They usually are really nice people. Awkward, usually very accepting. Like the LARPers.

I've worked food service. If a customer had an ICP shirt on, they were never rude to me. I never had a rude Juggalo. Not once. If I was going somewhere and not going to like the music either way - at least give me a crowd of nice people. I trust the Juggalos more than Kid Rock fans.

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u/cityshepherd 28d ago

Clowny daggers yall!

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u/TrapaholicDixtapes 28d ago

What what!

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u/BittenHand19 28d ago

Wait ICP are basically the Guy Fieri of hip hop? Douchey on the outside but wholesome inside?

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u/foxymcfox 28d ago

Nah we circled back on Fieri. He’s a Trumper and not a good guy despite a few good things he’s done.

https://www.salon.com/2023/07/17/anthony-bourdain-was-right-about-guy-fieri/

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u/CrimsonCringe925 28d ago

Every single time 👏

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u/rvralph803 28d ago

They still don't know how magnets work though.

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u/PopeGuss 28d ago

Who does??

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u/cubedjjm 28d ago

I know if you put them in water they no longer work!

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u/rvralph803 28d ago

Physics clowns

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u/SlabBeefpunch 28d ago

Oh shit, the physics clowns are coming!

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u/fcpancakes 28d ago

Juggalos/juggalets are the best, had a friend who i found out had adopted a cousin of mine that was and she was absolutley one of the best ppl ive ever known (if you reading this Heather i remember you and i miss u! )

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u/CurseofLono88 28d ago

I had a woman next to me on the bus break down in tears talking about ICP lore and how it was the best chance to uplift us all. And she pulled out a blue faygo, apologized to us all, wiped those tears from her eyes, and took a long soulful drink. It was an incredibly charming thing to witness. Still don’t know what the hell she was talking about but it sounded like she had fun and cared deeply about it.

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u/quantumkuala 28d ago

That's exactly what it was about, they were absolutely hilarious but made us feel like we were a part of something. Doing so while condemning racism, domestic violence, (and for be personally) how to vent my negative emotions in a positive way through writing and listening to dark music that wasn't always death metal. I'm a way, with them being rap on top of all that, it made it feel like it wasn't just one kind of person that had these dark emotions/feelings, but that anyone can and there are right and wrong ways to deal with them

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u/wwoodhur 28d ago

I completely agree they're a fun crowd. It was never my thing but I had a friend group with about 5 Juggalos/ettes in it and they were hilarious, tough, but all about good vibes. A fun mix.

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u/Firm-Active2237 28d ago

I spent way too long in retail when I was younger and at two different jobs we had some juggalo regulars. They were honestly great, just laid back and understanding. I hope they're doing well wherever they are these days.

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u/jadegives2rides 28d ago

One of my juggalo regulars in retail was actually Violent J lol

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u/DustyBeetle 28d ago

whoop whoop

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u/Rhakha 28d ago

Whoop whoop indubitably

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u/Vreas 28d ago

There’s a pretty big crossover between the Jugallo and fire performer communities (something I do)

Every Jugallo or Jugalette I’ve met has been an absolute blast in a glass but equally as kind and supportive. They’re a riot but the kinda people you don’t mind having on your side when you’re in a pinch or need a homie.

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u/dinglebarry9 28d ago

Their music is unique, some of it is quite fun

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u/Dusty_Old_Bones 28d ago

Honestly? I wish I was into music that would offer a closer group of misfits to bond with. ICP is just too harsh of a sound for me.

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u/Orinocobro 28d ago

I appreciate how they've gone out of their way to keep their entire business in the Detroit area. At heart, they're still poor kids making good.

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u/sneaky518 28d ago

Not familiar with a lot of their stuff, and not a juggalo, but I've never heard anything bad about ICP or the values they try to uphold. Kid Rock, on the other hand... this interview really just confirmed it straight from the horse's ass.

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u/hagbardceline69420 28d ago

i'd go to an ICP concert with my kids no problem, can't say the same for Kid Rock.

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u/Chalupa-Supreme 28d ago

ICP was the most fun show I've ever been to. Faygo bottles flying everywhere.

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u/hagbardceline69420 28d ago

it looks like fun, just harmless fun, it's a mess but it's not racist.

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u/Poppunknerd182 28d ago

Violent J was on Loveline once and was obsessed with calling Mark McGrath “Mark McLoaf” and to this day I can’t hear his name or see him without thinking that and cracking up.

Dudes are good people.

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u/callieboo112 28d ago

Yup. Definitely not a juggalo, but everything I've heard is that it's a great community and a lot of people have found a home in it.

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u/Superdefaultman 28d ago

Watch the Rootbeer, it stings the eyes like mad.

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u/burnn_out313 28d ago edited 28d ago

ICP on a street promotion level were insane. Their manager pushed them by saying they were being out sold locally. That foundation built their current fanbase which exists with very little media influence. Imo they're arguably one of the best indie success stories. Their whole come up is wild

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u/EJDsfRichmond415 28d ago

There has to be a documentary out there somewhere about the rise of ICP.

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u/zombie_overlord 28d ago

My 11yo told me just last week that her favorite ICP album was The Great Milenko. Holy crap, I haven't thought about that album since the late 90s, and they've been putting out albums this whole time. There's just tons of content.

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u/ImInTheAudience 28d ago

I'm back like a vertabrate

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u/MinisterOfTruth99 28d ago

So Kid guzzles 4 glasses of Jim Beam and starts waving a pistol around during an interview. So same old POS Kid then. I love that this asshole is the best Trump could find for the music voting block.😂🤣

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u/Radrezzz 28d ago

Magnets… how do they work?

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u/GlitteringBobcat999 28d ago

That' in....crazy.

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u/Fackrid 28d ago

Dipshit isn't even from Detroit either, his ass is from Romeo, it's all middle and upper middle class there

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u/Cold-Nefariousness25 28d ago

Michiganers and rednecks are not mutually exclusive. There are plenty of nutty people in Michigan, in the 90s and 2000s the Michigan Militia was the biggest far right threat.

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u/On_my_last_spoon 28d ago

I remember the Michigan Militia! They were quite the collection of…people

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u/nofpiq 28d ago

Unfortunately, I am dismayed to report that "were" and the use of the past tense in general is incorrect here.

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u/hagbardceline69420 28d ago edited 28d ago

wasn't that McVeigh guy, the one that did the Oklahoma bombing a member of a Michigan miltita?

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u/Fit-Lifeguard-6937 28d ago

As a Canadian, I’m sorry I have to take some offence to that.

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u/spez_loves_incest 28d ago

You are redeemed through Shania Twain

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u/TUFKAT 28d ago

That don't impress me much. Sorry.

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u/Mowzr45 28d ago

His parents live in my hometown. They are assholes too.

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u/lucious-luna 28d ago

Don’t put that evil on us Ricky Bobby.

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u/smokem-2 28d ago

Just to be clear, Canada doesnt want him.

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u/just-smiley 28d ago

Holy shit, is Kid Rock the (all) white version of Drake?

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u/unlizenedrave 28d ago

It’s insane that Kid Rock started his career being a culture vulture of black culture, and then started being a culture vulture of southern white culture. Hispanic, Asian, and Hindi culture, yall better hide your stuff if you see Kid Rock in your neighborhood. He might be coming for your identities next.

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u/Paperfishflop 28d ago

So basically he's less of a colleague and more of a colonizer?

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u/KingOfBerders 28d ago

More like the redneck white trash hillbilly version.

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u/drsideburns 28d ago

No, see that's the gimmick. He pretends to be redneck trailer trash, but he's really upper class rich kid. Similarly, Drake is richboy canadian, but tries to sound street hard.

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u/agutema 28d ago

We dont wanna hear you say nigga no more.

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u/Septa_Fagina 28d ago

Grew up in a rich white suburb with acres of property, a rich daddy, and 4 wheelers and an orchard and shit. Motherfucker ain't even a farmer, let alone an actual redneck. Just a rich white boy with too much money who was never told no.

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u/Affectionate-Seat122 28d ago

Canadians absolutely do not want Kid Rock. Please handle your own dumpster fires XD

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u/mayorodoyle 28d ago

Wait. You mean to tell me that the guy that shot a case of beer because it was being sponsored by a trans person doesn't like people who are different from him?

I'm shocked. I tell ya I'm just absolutely flabbergasted.

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u/bisforbenis 28d ago

The crazy thing is it wasn’t even being sponsored by a trans person, all this outrage was over a single commemorative can made for said trans woman

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u/Caesar_Passing 28d ago

What's crazier is I think lil' Baby-Stones actually had to have someone else shoot and hit the cans for him. That and the weeping, lol.

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u/TestOk8411 28d ago

Yep. True. You can see it cones from the right side out of camera range

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u/sunnyside__ 28d ago

Also, pretty sure he was spotted drinking said beer after the fact

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u/BaronVonKeyser 28d ago

He 100% was.

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u/melindaj20 28d ago

His workers also said that he never stopped serving the beer in his restaurant.

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u/sticklebackridge 28d ago

Conservatives lose their mind when you point this out. They can’t stand being reminded that they are the biggest crybabies.

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u/Mirandasanchezisbae 28d ago

Diaper Don is such a bitch he can’t even look someone in the eye when he fires them. He fired James Comey when he was 3,000 miles away and he let him find out from the news. Others he fired via tweet. 

In contrast, when some general said Obama was intimidated by him, Obama called him into his office, verbally beat his ass, then walked him to a lectern to announce he had been demoted. 

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u/wardfu9 28d ago

Woah now. It wasn't a single can. I believe it was an entire six pack. That's totally different and a good reason to be in an uproar. /S

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u/Nawoitsol 28d ago

But he’s already back to drinking that beer.

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u/Hey__Cassbutt 28d ago

His restaurant never stopped serving it too 😏

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u/mayorodoyle 28d ago

He never stopped! The whole thing was just him being performative for his loser "fans."

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u/OryxTheTakenKing1988 28d ago

Wasn't he caught like a week or two later drinking a Bud Light? I know very recently he was on Laura Ingraham wearing a Budweiser hat

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u/mayorodoyle 28d ago

I don't think it even took that long! It might have been a few days since he was spotted, but I can almost guarantee he bought 2 cases that day- One to shoot and one to drink.

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u/TikiHead99 28d ago

He's always been a rich white kid cosplaying being a poor white kid - and I think he's lost track the fakery stops and the reality begins.

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u/ignatious__reilly 28d ago

Let’s make one thing clear……

He has no clue what “Anecdotal” means.

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u/TedBaxter_WJM-TVNews 28d ago

Ya’ll remember when Kid Rock was relevant?

Yeah, me neither… 🤷‍♂️

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u/diverareyouok 28d ago edited 28d ago

I do… but I’m old. He used to be discussed in the same breath as Sugar Ray, Marilyn Manson, Crazy Town, and Sisqó (the thong song).

His current ‘resurgence’ is baffling. I’d much rather have Vertical Horizon back in the public eye instead.

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u/LordMoos3 28d ago

Vertical Horizon is Everything I Need.

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u/thecheat420 28d ago

But they mean nothing to you and they don't know why

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u/Accurate-Entry 28d ago

But what if they're everything I want?

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u/DrowsyDreamer 28d ago

Well they do say all the right things at exactly the right time sooo

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u/SoRedditHasAnAppNow 28d ago

Personally I'd rather Fastball came back to show me The Way

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u/dljones010 28d ago

They just drove off and left it all behind 'em.

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u/DogWallop 28d ago

I saw him on the charts, but then I blinked and he was gone. Until now.

Now he's gone full-blown F-list has-been drunk uncle.

I thought the attempt to call that rapper dude to get backup for his rant, only to be ignored, was priceless. It's clear that he has no friends, and that's a major factor in his attempt to cling like poop on a shoe to MAGA.

He's just pathetic.

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u/a_panda_named_ewok 28d ago

I enjoyed the aside that buddy never confirmed his support for Trump despite follow ups

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u/kadrilan 28d ago

Ain't no resurgence. He could sell out 15k seat venues in Michigan for 7 days in a row up til about 15 years ago. He does nothing like that now.

His popularity is exclusively in loud republican/maga realms. Make no mistakes, he ain't rich cuz of TODAY money. His money was made in the 90s thru to the mid aughts. If not for his embrace of maga we wouldn't even know his name.

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u/endorrawitch 28d ago

He comes from money. He was always rich.

Kid Rock was born Robert James Ritchie in Romeo, Michigan, on January 17, 1971, the son of Susan and William "Bill" Ritchie who owned multiple car dealerships. He was raised in his father's large home on extensive property, which included an apple orchard and barnyard for their horses.

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u/Low-Commission-2566 28d ago edited 28d ago

Do not blaspheme the great Sisqó by mentioning his name alongside the likes of Kid Rock!

Edit: Thong Song is an absolute bop

Edit 2: if you needed to be reminded that Sisqó is famous for singing Thong Song you’re too young for me

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u/StarTrakZack 28d ago

Sisqo is super talented! Yeah he’s mostly known for the Thong Song, but I wish he wasn’t because he did some amazing stuff with Dru Hill and lots of his solo stuff is just quality soulful R&B!

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u/Jerking_From_Home 28d ago

Hated him from his first single. Dumbest lyrics, most generic guitar riffs of all time. Reminds me of shit I thought was cool when I had been playing guitar for three months. Being a racist arsehole only makes him 100 times worse.

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u/hagbardceline69420 28d ago

stolen riffs as well.

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u/drsideburns 28d ago

The fucker mashed together Werewolves of London and Sweet Home Alabama, because basic bitch americans LOVE old melodies they can recognize. Give 'em two in one, and you'll sell album all summer long.

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u/Dry-Tomato- 28d ago

Hey now bawdawbadawananabsdklf was a good song, don't you dare knock the lyrics of that song!

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u/Ashmidai 28d ago

He is our generation's Ted Nugent. He got popular with brain dead shit that was simplistic enough for angry 15 year olds to head bang to in a car and when they grew up a little and he couldn't adapt he went away. Now he has turned up like a herpes sore that reminds you of that one bad decision. 20 years ago.

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u/hagbardceline69420 28d ago

there's no resurgence, he's an outrage salesman now.

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u/diverareyouok 28d ago

I was referring to his resurgence in public discourse. My assumption is that he deliberately became an outrage salesman in an attempt to gain some form of notoriety. After all, literally nobody except his most diehard fans likely remembered he still existed until MAGA.

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u/jrob801 28d ago

Sorry bro, but he was never in the league of Marily Manson. And Sugar Ray, Crazy Town, and Sisqo are equally irrelevant today, but Kid Rock was NEVER on the level of Sugar Ray or Sisqo. He's had one song that ever charted in the top 10 and only 6 that have ever made the Billboard top 100. He's never won a major award (Sisqo won 6 in 2000 alone), etc. To my knowledge, he's never headlined a major tour, and usually was 2-3 deep as an opening band for the big names he toured with. Additionally, most of his early career, he was paired with uncle cracker as a package deal, presumably because it was a 2 for 1 that came cheap as an opener for the likes of Limp Bizkit and Metallica.

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u/CasualSweaters 28d ago

Like when he stole Werewolves of London?

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u/[deleted] 28d ago

Such a trash version of it that it nearly ruined the original for me. Bawitdaba and Cowboy were the only songs I liked. Those 2 and Picture were the only ones anyone ever liked. That Werewolves of London just kind of felt pushed on everyone by the radio and record companies, but he had jumped the shark by that point already

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u/[deleted] 28d ago

Haha I forgot it even had both in it! That song is a nightmare

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u/Corbeau077 28d ago

Rhyming “things” with “things” in All Summer Long was unforgivable. It could have been a decent song but for that and the plagiarism.

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u/SlippedMyDisco76 28d ago

Obligatory comment to tell everyone to check out some Zevon - specially his 1976 self titled album

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u/mrwix10 28d ago

Lawyers, Guns, and Money is on the same album, definitely my favorite track of his

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u/Special_Wishbone_812 28d ago

Ugh I’d get all happy that I was about to hear me some Warren Zevon then that ding dong would come on.

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u/DennenTH 28d ago

He was the most relevant in Joe Dirt.  After that?  Eh.

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u/400_Flying_Monkeys 28d ago

In Trump's Idiocracy-esque second term I can only assume he's going to be the Secretary of Education.

It's happening people, 480 years early.

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u/presvt13 28d ago

It's extremely depressing that your worst-case scenario of cabinet positions for Richie isn't even possible because the actual truth - that Trump's plan is to ABOLISH the Dept of Education - is even worse for the country.

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u/TitaniumAuraQuartz 28d ago

this reads like a fucking onion article, that's how ridiculous it is.

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u/MasqueOfTheRedDice 28d ago

The "What?" from the reporter when he says something that just makes absolutely no sense slayed me. And then he just says "9/11!". Great stuff.

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u/Mirandasanchezisbae 28d ago

It’s like when they used to say “Benghazi!” without context. Conservatives are incapable of thought, that’s why all their speech is bumper sticker slogans. They’re that dumb. 

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u/Crafty-Kaiju 28d ago

That's the thing about racists, they're idiots. Oh they might have some measure of skill in something (maybe) but racism is just idiotic.

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u/Gingevere 28d ago

People who brag about "republicans freed the slaves" always seem to think that black people should return to slavery out of gratitude.

A sentiment that seems to implicitly carry the belief that slavery is a black person's natural place, and every second outside of that arrangement should be viewed as a gift. Not a right.

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u/sambes06 28d ago

9/11!

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u/Even-Willow 28d ago

“The Republicans freed the slaves!!1”

Absolutely mental like the rest of the smooth brains that still repeat this one.

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u/vk2786 28d ago

I find it pretty interesting the guy who literally has a song called 'Black Chick, White Guy' about him HAVING A CHILD WITH A BLACK WOMAN is now ranting about Black women having children w white guys is such a problem.

Like, sir. You did that. Just bc you have more money than you deserve doesn't make you any less trashy.

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u/im4lonerdottie4rebel 28d ago

That's all they know to do. They need that one or two to claim they aren't racist but when the cards are down, anyone who isn't white doesn't belong. I really, really feel bad for those who try Soo hard to belong to this crowd because they will never truly belong

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u/big_hungry_joe 28d ago

i mean the guy got famous ripping off black rappers

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u/Snoo_72851 28d ago

The interview btw. He truly does have that virus.

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u/Semihomemade 28d ago

“How Kid Rock went from americas favorite hard-partying rockstar…”

No. No he wasn’t. He had a moment of cultural relevance but was not americas favorite… what is that title?

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u/Snoo_72851 28d ago

The title is largely clickbait, but the article itself is actually pretty good. It really does depict Ritchie as a childish freak looking for any attention whatsoever.

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u/drfsupercenter 28d ago

Yeah, that's the thing, he started that redneck persona since the rap career wasn't working out and he got rich from it, so he sorta became that extreme caricature

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u/Bcx2 28d ago

He’s homophobic and transphobic, too.

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u/GlitteringBobcat999 28d ago

You can just say MAGAt. It's more concise.

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u/3qtpint 28d ago

Remember when he wrote a song about the Lynyrd Skynyrd song "Sweet Home Alabama" to the melody of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama", and everyone just kind of...  let him do it? And make money off of it? 

I'm sure Mr. Rock understands the struggle of the average poor person

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u/jimboyoyoyo 28d ago

are you referring to the song where he rhymes "things" with "things"?

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u/Antnee83 28d ago

Wow, you just unlocked a memory. I remember when that song premiered on the radio- I was in the car with some old highschool buddies and we always loved talking shit about Kid rock.

The moment he did the Thing-Thing rhyme we fucking LOST it. My buddy had to pull over because were as pissing ourselves laughing at how stupid it was.

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u/fugmotheringvampire 28d ago

I mean it was the melody to werewolves of London which was oddly similar to sweet home Alabama, but your point still stands.

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u/Initial-Web2855 28d ago edited 28d ago

I wish Bobby would recall the days when he spent his afternoons/evenings in the VIP room of The Landing Strip with a black trans stripper named London.

Pepperidge Farm remembers, Bobby! And so does the old (former) stripper typing this ;)

Edit: The Landing Strip Lounge is a Gentleman's club in Romulus, Michigan.

It is still (somehow) open!

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u/ViciousHiking 28d ago

London is demanding an AMA! Lol

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u/babiboogie 28d ago

Well now I'm WAY too interested

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u/Initial-Web2855 28d ago

Remember when he went really hard against Bud-Lite/Trans people? All I could think was "you are REALLY worried people are going to find out that you spent tens of thousands of dollars on a black trans woman who entertained you in (and outside of!) a strip club."

London was a top-earner at that club, and LOTS of famous dudes (NFL...NBA...) paid for her company. Not only was she supermodel-stunning, but she was an amazing dancer.

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u/babiboogie 28d ago

This makes me so happy. The self hate on him is palpable

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u/CorruptDictator 28d ago

And the sky is blue. I think most people know this by now.

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u/[deleted] 28d ago

Did you know that Trump is a liar?

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u/Heavy_Arm_7060 28d ago

I thought he was a lyre...

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u/tbone323 28d ago

Kid rock makes music for people who know the current street value of catalytic converters and copper wire

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u/Volpethrope 28d ago

Kid Rock makes music for guys who can only see their kids on the weekend but don't.

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u/Yumhotdogstock 28d ago

You know something, I'm getting older, and I too like to drink.

Apparently it makes me goofy, and I laugh a lot, and according to my wife and kids I have never spouted off vile racist shit or insulted people. Hmmm, maybe I'm doing it wrong.

Maybe this chucklefuck should put the bottle down and rethink some of his nonsense and people he hangs with.

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u/MashFest 28d ago edited 28d ago

I have a Kid Rock in the wild story.

He hangs around Charlevoix, MI. Went into my wife’s family’s restaurant after hours. The manager let him in, talk about regrets.

He berated a grieving family member for being over weight. Her dad just passed away, she was in the process of preparing his restaurant for a memorial party of sorts.

He actually said “you could make your dad proud by losing that weight.”

Then he later goes on about how he has problems too, he knocked up an N-word woman back in the day, and now he has an n-word son. So our family member went off, calling him a racist piece of shit and to get the fuck out.

He proceeds to flip tables and throw drinks before the dude he was with got him to leave. “Oh I’m the bad guy because I just tell the truth?”

She was boiling over in anger for days. He ruined her dad’s memorial for her. I wish I was there, but now if I see him in that town, I don’t mind being put in jail for beating this fake white trash fuck into loving Dark Brandon. My wife would happily pay my bail.

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u/WadsworthInTheHall 28d ago

I’d chip in to the cause

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u/yorkshire_simplelife 28d ago

This is what happens when people on society equate money with intelligence. Trash with cash will always be trash and if kid rock wasn’t raised in the middle class suburbs he would just be another racist cracker working a low wage job with a going nowhere future.

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u/[deleted] 28d ago

In other news water is wet and sky is up.

Of COURSE he is racist. You can tell by looking and listening to him.

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u/destroytherecords 28d ago

From a guy whose bread is buttered by a culture he hijacked and exploited, them are some strong statements. How’s dad’s dealership, Richie?

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u/BrickCityD 28d ago

Wonder what his black son thinks about his bullshit

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u/captchaconfused 28d ago

the most disappointing part of this is that this a pretty clean pitch for Trump 2024. Those short, easily sharable, snippets perfectly encapsulates the spirit and talking points of the far right. Racial tropes, xenophobia, rugged individualism, exceptionalism, nationalism, 2nd amendment rights, and all with a large topping of tokenism.

As far as racisms per minute go, he's breaking the sound barrier.

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u/FindOneInEveryCar 28d ago edited 28d ago

Rich white guy from Detroit (edit: Detroit suburbs!) is racist AF. This is my suprised Pikachu face.

Dumb rich white guy is too dumb to pretend he's not racist. Ditto.

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u/Shades_MD 28d ago

Hates black people but used hip hop to make his millions..

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u/EmbarrassedMonk6613 28d ago

I'm old enough to remember when his drummer was a black woman and he had drag queens on stage. geez what a toad.

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u/Brave-Common-2979 28d ago

I don't think I've felt bad for an entertainment reporter this much ever

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u/ButtonNew5815 28d ago

lol this is a perfect example of why kid and people like him are all morons. They complain about “black women having kids they can’t afford” then turn around and ban abortion so those same women are now forced to have these kids…

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u/mrdongson42o 28d ago

I hit Kid Rock in the face with beads at Mardi Gras 15 yeas ago from like 25 yards away, and it is still one of my proudest moments. Thank you to my friend Carlos for lending me those beads that day.

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u/teflon_don_knotts 28d ago

Does Robert James Ritchie have neurosyphilis? That’s a question that many may ask themselves. Given his unstable behavior and possibly promiscuous sexual history, is it reasonable to assume that Robert James Ritchie has neurosyphilis? I don’t have an answer, but it is a question that could be asked.

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u/Existing-Historian20 28d ago

What a head case. It’s so crazy how he hung out with, cohabitated with, procreated with Black people, only to reveal his hatred in mid life. Family dinners must be…interesting https://heavy.com/entertainment/2019/12/kelley-south/amp/

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u/molotovzav 28d ago

White people have more kids they can't afford than black people, they are also the majority of welfare recipients. Why? Simply because whites are the largest ethnic group in the U.S. so of course they also make up the largest amount of poor people who make bad decisions.

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u/Oxygenius_ 28d ago

Also he’s talking about black people abusing the system, as if billionaires don’t control politicians, and mostly all of those people are definitely not colored.

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u/DukeSmashingtonIII 28d ago

When a poor person exploits the system, it's criminal. When a rich person does it, it's good business.