Rosie O’Donnell Drops Sad Kid Rock Bombshell

The popular beer brand, Bud Light under the Anheuser-Busch umbrella has been taking serious heat ever since it collaborated with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney – a biological male. Mulvaney, who seems to enjoy mocking womanhood with constant tired jokes about female stereotypes, was sent customized cans from Bud Light featuring her face to celebrate a year since claiming to now be a woman. The company later defended the decision, and Kid Rock had enough.



Howard Stern is not sure why Kid Rock wasn’t pleased with Bud Light partnering with Dylan Mulvaney. Now, Rosie O’Donnell has opened up on the matter.

Mulvaney happened to be the April 11 guest on Rosie O’Donnell’s “Onward” podcast, but it appears the discussion was recorded before the Bud Light controversy as Mulvaney did not discuss Rock, Tritt or any of the current backlash. However, O’Donnell did call out Rock in her introduction to the conversation.

“Kid Rock had to take an assault weapon and shoot the boxes of beer, proving what?” O’Donnell asked (via TooFab). “Beer companies have been supportive of the LGBTQIA community for decades. This is not the first time. Who do you think sponsors pride? Gay people, trans people, we drink beer too, man. Put down your gun, Kid Rock, it’s in bad taste. Especially after what happened at the school in Nashville.”

“I have tried to be the most uncontroversial person this past year and somehow it has made me controversial still,” Mulvaney told O’Donnell during the conversation. “I think it comes back to the fact that these people, they don’t understand me and anything that I do or say then somehow gets taken out of context and is used against me. It’s so sad because everything I try to put out is positive, it’s trying to connect with others that maybe don’t understand me, it’s to make people laugh or make a kid feel seen.”

Mulvaney currently boasts 1.8 million Instagram followers and 10.8 million TikTok followers.

Bishal Roy
Bishal Roy
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade who feels fortunate to express the love for the art through writing. A passionate learner in the world of professional writing, and an ardent Manchester United fan.

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