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‘Don’t Tell Me How To Live’: Kid Rock drops new music video full of profanity and patriotism

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Kid Rock made an epic return to the music scene with the release of a new explicit hard rock music video that rages against millennial “snowflakes.”

“F*** all you hoes,” the 50-year-old musician yelled at the beginning of the song featuring Monster Truck. “Detroit ’till I die motherf***ers.”

He announced his new single and video “Don’t Tell Me How to Live” on Twitter a day prior to its Friday release with a cover photo featuring the Statue of Liberty wearing a face diaper.


The self-taught musician calls out the coddling of the next generation because “every kid got a motherf****ing trophy,” that turned them into a “nation of p***ies.”

His lyrical rant prompted one person to aptly note, “He’s definitely not a liberal.”

The song also takes on Kid Rock’s critics with a fiery musical opposition, telling them to “kiss my a**” and “suck a d*** sideways.”

“My way or the highway, listen up / Ain’t nothing changed here, I still don’t give a f***,” he belts out. “So what the f***’s up with all the backlash / You snowflakes, here’s a newsflash.”

“Ain’t nobody gonna tell me how to live,” Monster Truck’s lead singer Jon Harvey sings in the chorus.

***Warning: Language***

(Video Credit: Kid Rock)

The video features Robert James Ritchie, otherwise known as Kid Rock, riding a giant middle finger into space while clutching a bottle of booze and a gun.

The song evoked emotional responses in both support and opposition on social media.

In June, Kid Rock was criticized for using a gay slur at a bar in Tennessee after he shouted to the crowd about recording him on their cell phones.

“F**k your iPhones. You can post this! You can post this d*ck right now! You f**king fa**ots with your phones,” he yelled to the crowd.

Ashley Hill

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