Kid Rock feels like PC culture is going too far — so much so, in fact, that he wanted to put it into a song … complete with a visual element that’s getting some attention.
The rapper just dropped his latest track, ‘Don’t Tell Me How to Live,’ along with a music video … which is all about how he thinks woke-ness, as it were, is ruining the country — not to mention the next generation of kids, whom he thinks are gonna be raised to be “p****es”
It’s an interesting tune — and definitely NOT subtle whatsoever in the message KR is trying to communicate … namely, his apparent frustration with what he considers over-sensitivity.
With lyrics like … “So what the f***’s up with all the backlash? // You snowflakes, here’s a news flash!” … it’s pretty on the nose. In fact, he gets even more direct … singing, “And, these minions and their agendas // Every opinion has a millennial offended // But this amendment one, it rings true // And if you don’t dissent, bitch, then see number two.”
Yeah … he weirdly invokes the Second Amendment, which seems to imply violence. That aside, though — there’s actually a lot of people who might agree with Kid, generally, about cancel and/or call-out culture — but the thing is … his own behavior of late has warranted it.
Just earlier this year, he was caught on camera dropping the homophobic f-slur super casually — and a couple years ago, he was filmed yet again going on another bizarre rant against Oprah, which appeared to have some racial undertones.
If Kid Rock thinks being anti-woke is equivalent to hurling slurs and unabashed insults whenever you want — well … he might wanna check the definition again, ’cause it ain’t that.
A lesson … ya can (still) say what you want, but just be ready for the consequences. 🤷🏽♂️