The controversial rocker Ted Nugent recently stated that he stands with the popular Kid Rock in the latter’s meltdown over Anheuser-Busch’s decision to enlist trans activist and influencer Dylan Mulvaney as a Bud Light brand influencer.
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.
Ted Nugent opens up on the matter
Nugent addressed Anheuser-Busch’s collaboration with Mulvaney in an interview with Eric Bolling, the host of Newsmax’s “Eric Bolling The Balance”. Addressing Kid Rock’s response to the world’s largest brewing company’s partnership with the TikTok star, Ted said in part: “I think I might have trained Kid Rock appropriately, because nothing says ‘I love you’ like a fully automatic MP5 and nine-millimeter blasting about 600 rounds per minute.
“The beauty of my life — there’s so many things — is that I’ve never spent one red cent on alcohol, but I made my sure that my entire crew and my family will never allow any Anheuser-Bush products anywhere near my world,” he continued. “Or now it looks like Jack Daniel’s has fallen into the same crevasse of stupidity,” he said, apparently referencing a Jack Daniel’s ad from two years ago featuring a trio of drag performers as part of the brand’s pact with “RuPaul’s Drag Race” alums on the “Drag Queen Summer Glamp” campaign.
“How could they be that disrespectful and give the middle finger to their core consumer demographic?” Ted added. “Can they possibly have a meeting around a table and come to the conclusion that they’re gonna piss in the face of the people that pay their salaries? This is the epitome of a cultural deprivation in an ongoing tsunami of cultural deprivation, but I get a kick out of it because good people are still standing our ground.
“I just wrapped up a wonderful shitkicker brunch I have every week with farmers and ranchers and cops and teachers and hardware store operators and energy barons and guitar players and music people, and we stand with Kid Rock’s statement that if that corporation of that industry can be that out of touch and disrespectful to their consumer base, then — like Kid Rock said — have a nice day, dirtbags.”