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Singer-songwriter Kid Rock spoke out Wednesday on cancel culture and his earlier tiff with Anheuser-Busch after the company’s widely criticized marketing promotion featuring transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
Shortly after the Mulvaney incident sparked a nationwide boycott of Bud Light and other AB brands, Rock famously recorded himself obliterating the company’s beer with a semi-automatic rifle.
On “Hannity,” Rock said he remains unafraid of and untethered by corporate interests, remarking that dynamic allows him to speak freely for himself and support causes without fear of retribution.
Host Sean Hannity said Rock — whose real name is Robert Ritchie — has called himself “uncancelable.”
“I call it Adam Schiff — you don’t give a Schiff,” Hannity quipped.
“I’m just not in bed with any corporate entities,” Rock replied.
“You know, that would put me in a position where people could raise a stink, and I decided years ago — I’ve been very blessed. You know, I’ve worked hard and still be able to do this at a high level at 25 years. And I decided when I was going to get vocal about all things, like, it’s not a time I have never been vocal.”
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