Shock jock Howard Stern is dumbfounded that ‘flamboyant’ Kid Rock is mad at Bud Light

After decades of debauched desensitization, radio host Howard Stern couldn’t comprehend entertainer Kid Rock’s furor over Bud Light’s latest sponsorship, and his whataboutism over “feather boas” and “a mink coat” spoke volumes.

Maybe the shock jock has missed a few things during his multi-year hiatus from society living a Howard Hughes lifestyle for fear of COVID, but leftists have been actively working to normalize Drag Queen Story Hour and child grooming guised as “gender-affirming care.” Whether playing dumb or embracing ignorance, Stern made no hint of those realities as he fumbled his way into a lazy attack of Kid Rock and country star Travis Tritt for drawing a line they’d rather not see crossed.

“Kid Rock and Travis Tritt lost their sh*t over this beer can thing. And I saw a video of — Kid Rock took out like one of these assault rifles, or I don’t know what it is — AR whatever, and he blew up the cans of beer,” the host said Monday on SiriusXM proving no interest in gathering facts. “He was very upset and he didn’t want to drink Bud Light. He said, ‘F*ck you, Budweiser.'”

“I thought there must be a piece of this story that I’m missing and I don’t know why,” Stern continued. “I’m not bothered by gay people or transsexual people…They don’t impact my life. They don’t hurt my life. I love when people are in love. You wanna be a woman, be a woman. You wanna be a dude, be a dude. Be whatever you f*cking want. Long as you ain’t hurting anybody, I’m on your team.”

As previously reported, Kid Rock had donned a MAGA hat and opened fire on some cases of Bud Light after learning that transgenderist influencer Dylan Mulvaney had garnered a sponsorship with Anheuser-Busch, despite the man thinking that he is a girl, not a woman, and potential dangers of promoting mental health and alcohol consumption to minors.

“Let me, uh, say something to all of you and be as clear and concise as possible,” the rocker stated before shooting the beer, “F*ck Bud Light. F*ck Anheuser-Busch!”

Stern instead attempted to liken the entertainer’s career development to that of a gender dysphoria patient’s journey and said, “He’s got a great life. He transitioned from some kid in Michigan to a rock superstar. And that was a good transition…I’m really dumbfounded by why someone would care so much that they would blow up a can of Bud Light and say, ‘F*ck Anheuser-Busch.’ I don’t get it.”

Mostly ignoring Tritt, whom he claimed to know nothing about, the host went on to say, “I remember Kid Rock when he started because — I’m a fan and he used to dress up, he used to do our show.”

“He would wear a feather boa — you know, when he first started out with maybe even a mink coat, you know what I mean?” Stern suggested. “He was flamboyant in his own way. He, he expressed himself in his own way.”

Before the topic was closed, the shock jock would go on to suggest that maybe Kid Rock and Tritt had, at some point, been duped into sleeping with a man dressed as a woman, and that was where their animosity stemmed from.

However, Saturday, Kid Rock had already cleared up any doubts about the intent of his Bud Light protest when he posted an image on social media that read, “First we overlook evil. Then we permit evil. Then we legalize evil. Then we promote evil. Then we celebrate evil. Then we persecute those who still call it evil,” and “Woe unto them who call evil good, and good, evil!”

Kevin Haggerty


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