Rolling Stone claims ‘drunk and belligerent’ Kid Rock waved gun, dropped ‘n-word’ during lengthy interview

Other than the magazine’s title, Rolling Stone has strayed very far from its roots as the most badass alternative media magazine in the business back in its heyday, one of the truly cutting-edge publications of its time during the turbulent times of the 1960s and 1970s.

Now instead of holding the rotten establishment to account by speaking truth to power like it used to, Rolling Stone is just one more leftist propaganda organ that serves the interests of the Democratic party in promoting its agenda and has been at the center of several scandals involving stories that were based on falsehoods.

That being said, Kid Rock allegedly waved a gun and dropped the N-word during an interview with Rolling Stone, which claims that the pro-Trump musician became “drunk and belligerent.”

The outlet published its lengthy sit-dow with Rock, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, on its website on Sunday with the completely biased title “How Kid Rock Went From America’s Favorite Hard-Partying Rock Star to a MAGA Mouthpiece,” in what has all the looks of a smear piece by proxy against the former president.

In the piece, in which Rock is labeled as a “devil with a cause,” writer David Peisner discussed many political and social topics with the artist, who famously shot up cases of Bud Light last year in a video protesting the beer company’s ill-fated hookup with transgender TikTok influence Dylan Mulvaney.

After writing about the patriotic singer’s take on such things as transgenderism, the controversial 2020 election, and his experiences growing up in the suburbs of Detroit, the piece took a dark turn.

“By this time, I’ve long since quit drinking, but Ritchie has exchanged his white wine for Jim Beam and Diet Coke. He proceeds to drain at least three or four of them in pretty quick succession,” Peisner wrote. “He’s sitting in a dark leather chair, shouting at me about something or other, when he reaches behind the seat, pulls out a black handgun, and waves it around to make some sort of point.”

“And I got a f**king g**d**n gun right here if I need it!” Rock allegedly shouted. “I got them everywhere!”

In what will be part of the Rolling Stone profile that the media will pounce on to indirectly defame Trump as a racist, Peisner writes that Kid Rock repeatedly tossed around the word that cannot be said in modern-day America – if one is white anyway – in recalling his conversations with old friends.

“It’s worth mentioning these are not the only times Ritchie drops the N-word during my visit,” the reporter wrote. “It’d be easy to label this as the rantings of a drunk racist, but as with everything that Ritchie does, it’s hard to know how calculated it all is.”

But it is Rolling Stone, not exactly a publication that has a track record of truthfulness, at least not anymore – and the outlet has not yet released an audio or video of the interview so it’s only the word of Peisner and his editors, at least at this point.

So until a video of Rock’s alleged N-word bombing is released, it’s probably best to file this one under possibly fake news.

Chris Donaldson


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