Who feels like listening to some Kid Rock tunes today?
I commend any artist that stands for medical freedom, and Kid Rock took that stance Friday.
The musician promised he would NOT play any venue that requires proof of COVID-19 inoculation or masks on his upcoming tour.
And I will watch to ensure he keeps his word during the “Bad Reputation Tour.”
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – Just days after announcing his new tour, #KidRock says he won’t perform at venues that require COVID-19 vaccination or masks.
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) January 29, 2022
Kid Rock promised he wouldn't play at venues that require Covid-19 vaccinations or masks in his upcoming tour. https://t.co/0a6JjSaLVk
— NBC4 Washington (@nbcwashington) January 29, 2022
— FOX 13 Seattle (@fox13seattle) January 28, 2022
Kid Rock says upcoming tour will avoid stops where there are COVID-19 vaccine mandates in force https://t.co/QtODKOulrS
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) January 29, 2022
NBC4 Washington reported:
“If there are any, they’re going to be gone by the time we get to your city,” the “American Badass” and “Bawitaba” singer said of the mandates in a video posted to social media on Thursday.
“If they’re not, trust me, you don’t have to worry — you’ll be getting your money back because I won’t be showing up either.”
Rock said tour stops in Buffalo, New York, and Toronto, Canada, were “scratched… off the list” because of vaccine mandates.
Watch Kid Rock’s message to fans on Facebook (warning – explicit language).
The Blaze added:
He recently released a song titled “We the People” that includes lyrics such as “Wear your mask, take your pills / Now a whole generation’s mentally ill.”
The song also includes the popular anti-Biden phrase, “Let’s Go Brandon,” which emerged last year as a euphemism for the profane expression “F*** Joe Biden.”
Watch Kid’s Rock latest single, ‘We The People‘
WARNING – Explicit Language