Kid Rock Drops Britney Spears Bombshell

Kid Rock told Britney Spears to ‘get the hell out of LA’ on Joe Rogan, and after Joe said she moved to Las Vegas, Kid Rock indicated that Vegas would be even worse for her health.



Meanwhile, Kid Rock compared his viral video of himself firing Bud Light cases with a gun in response to the beer company’s choice to work with a transgender influencer to a “tantrum with a machine gun,” according to Joe Rogan.

“So what’s it like being the dude who took out Bud Light?” Rogan asked the musician on his podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

“Man, I was just having fun, to be honest with you,” Rock explained. “I was pissed, but it wasn’t like it was going to wreck my day, let alone my life. I was just kind of like, ‘What the f–k are they doing?’”

On April 1, 2023, trans TikToker Dylan Mulvaney posted a video about Bud Light as part of its promotional March Madness campaign. Days later, Rock responded to the collaboration on social media, saying, “f–k Bud Light and f–k Anheuser-Busch.”

Rock also said he doesn’t think he was the “pied piper” of the outcry, but does feel he was the “face” of it.

“Throwing a tantrum with a machine gun? ‘Wah, wah, they wanna let guys play in girls’ sports, wah,’” Rock said, who then mimicked the sounds of an automatic weapon. Since the issue, Rock said that he’s become friends with Bud Light CEO Brendan Whitworth, as the two have partied together.

“We’ve become friends. He’s a great guy. After five minutes of talking to him,” Rock said. He conjured up the strength to go chat with Whitworth after shooting it past former president Donald Trump while at a UFC event in 2023. “I’m like, ‘Dude, you seem like somebody I’d f–kin’ be friends with, that I’d hang out with.’ And he’s like, ‘You would, that’s what I’m sayin’.’ And I’m like, ‘Well, come to Nashville, come visit me.’ F–kin’ did! Came with his top team … we broke bread, got f–ked up on Bud Light, f–kin’ bowled, did all this fun s–t.”

Rock discussed the possibility of doing business with Bud Light with Whitworth. However, he decided to decline the offer because he did not want to compromise his brand or image in any way. Nevertheless, he is still in communication with the company and holds no grudges against them.

In another development, Mulvaney addressed a controversy in June 2023. She shared her opinion on TikTok that it is worse for a company to hire a trans person and then not publicly support them than not hiring them at all.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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