Conservative rocker “Uncle” Ted Nugent talked guns, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll in a fun interview on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor” Friday.
The self-described “Detroit guitar player standing up for the right things” recalled an incident when vegan and former Beatle Paul McCartney went into a tirade at the mention of Nugent’s name during a radio interview. Why? Because “I slaughter innocent animals who can’t shoot back,” Nugent said.
But the rocker was gracious to McCartney, saying, “If he wants tofu, I’ll shoot him some tofu.”
“You don’t have to shoot tofu,” O’Reilly said.
“But it’s more fun if you do,” the Motor City Madman replied.
Watch the full interview via Fox News, then check out “Leno takes last shot at president in final monologue; Obama responds.”
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