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Kid Rock has reaffirmed his belief that he is beyond the reach of the cancel culture mob, a cohort that has ruined the careers of many Americans both in and not in the public eye.
The “Fox & Friends Weekend” crew played a teaser embedded above of an interview prime-time host Tucker Carlson conducted with the pro-Trump musician boasting just that. The interview is scheduled to air on Monday evening.
“Why haven’t you been canceled?” Carlson asked. “Like, people aren’t allowed to say what they think you are.”
“I am uncancelable,” Kid Rock, 51, responded jovially, “because I don’t give a f—.”
Kid Rock went on to say that he is unaffiliated with any (increasingly woke) corporations. “There’s nobody I’m beholden to, no record companies, no corporate interests, no nothing.
“You can’t cancel me. I love it when they try,” he added.
Again, the full interview, which appears to perhaps have been filmed at Kid Rock’s recording studio, is set to be broadcast on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
Coming off the preview segment, the “Fox & Friends” crew then went into a riff about how ex-President Donald J. Trump similarly expressed himself in an unfiltered way which was the source of part of his appeal to the electorate in middle America.
“That’s the attitude that Donald Trump had and has,” Pete Hegseth remarked about the ex-POTUS’s “unapologetic and bold” persona.
“But he got canceled,” co-host Rebecca Campos-Duffy noted, as the panel nonetheless agreed that Trump still has a powerful, influential voice even though the big social media platforms banned him.
“[Trump] was willing to say what so many of us were thinking, and he didn’t care about the repercussions,” Campos-Duffy asserted.
“When a billionaire from New York City can get a farmer in Iowa or a mechanic in Georgia to go, ‘you know, I really identify with him.’ It’s not because of the life he lives, it’s that part specifically — he’s just willing to say what he thinks.”
In January, Kid Rock took to Instagram to declare to his “haters” that “I’m unf—–g cancellable. Suck on that.”
In the four-minute video, the controversial cancel-culture foe also vowed to avoid performing at any venue during his multi-city Bad Reputation Tour that imposes a COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
‘I’m unf—ing cancellable’: Kid Rock has message for haters; will not play at venues with vaxx mandates https://t.co/S5VKqqLSWH
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) January 30, 2022
He offered a money-back guarantee to any person who had already bought tickets for an event that sought to require proof of the jab as a condition of entry “because I won’t be showing up either.”
Kid Rock noted at the time that he had already scrapped potential concerts in some cities because of mandates then in effect.
A Tucker Carlson film crew will reportedly chronicle the concert tour for an upcoming documentary for the Fox Nation streaming service.
Unlike his fast-moving, appointment-viewing weeknight program, where segments usually last only a few minutes, Carlson typically conducts long-form conversations on his “Tucker Carlson Today” Fox Nation show.
The latter content is one of the subscription platform’s primary selling points.
‘Don’t Tell Me How To Live’: Kid Rock drops new music video full of profanity and patriotism https://t.co/VI74LTkxPn
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) November 20, 2021
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