Ryan E.
August 19, 2023

Kid Rock Spotted Drinking Bud Light

Kid Rock was just spotted doing the unthinkable.

Drinking Bud Light.

After being one of the very first people in America to say that they were boycotting Bud Light after the brand launched a campaign celebrating the mental illness that is transgenderism, Kid Rock has apparently made up with the beverage company.

Despite refusing to allow the drink to be sold on his tour stops, Kid Rock was recently caught on camera sucking down a Bud Light.

TMZ published a video of Kid Rock leaning over a railing while he was at the Skydeck venue in Nashville, Tennessee.

Zoomed-in images taken from the video appear to show Kid Rock with the unmistakable Bud Light can in his hand.

This is quite a departure from just a few months ago, when Kid Rock was shooting at Bud Light cans with a rifle.

Now, fans are wondering just how much they can trust Kid Rock.

Did Kid Rock realize what he was drinking? Perhaps he had already had a few dozen of some other brand and wasn't aware of what had recently been handed to him.

The cynics among us would say that Kid Rock really never believed what he was saying and was just taking advantage of Bud Light's marketing mistake to try to sell a few more tickets.

Democratic strategist Sawyer Hackett found Kid Rock's unannounced and seemingly sudden reversal quite amusing:

Last night Kid Rock was pictured drinking a Bud Light at a concert after he led an effort to cancel the company. It wasn’t long ago he shot up a case of Bud Light with an AR-15.

What do you think about this story? Should Kid Rock be allowed to drink whatever he wants? Or should he be practicing the same boycott he preached to his fans?

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