Kid Rock Refuses To Perform At Venues With COVID Mandates

071218-N-0696M-261 Al Taqaddum, Iraq (Dec. 18, 2007) - Kid Rock plays his set during the 2007 USO Holiday Tour stop at Al Taqaddum, Iraq, Dec. 18, 2007. Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff and tour host was joined by comedians Lewis Black and Robin Williams, 7-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and Miss USA Rachel Smith on the 15-stop, 7-country tour thanking the forward deployed troops for their sacrifice and service. DoD photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley (Released)McNeeley (Released)

Conservative singer Kid Rock announced that his “Bad Reputation” tour won’t be held at music venues that require proof of vaccination or mask usage.

“There’s been a lot of talk about vaccine mandates and venues. People saying, ‘I’m not going to that venue because there’s a vaccine mandate’ and this, that and the other,” he remarked in a video last week. 

“Trust me, we’ve done all our research on this and the consensus says that all this is going to be done, if there are any of these venues, I’m not aware of any, but if there are any, they’re going to be gone by the time we get to your city,” he continued. “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.”

“If you think I’m going to sit out there and say ‘Don’t tell me how to live,’ that ‘We the People’ are holding up their f–king vaccine cards and wearing masks, that s–t ain’t happening,” Rock said in reference to his latest release.

The anti-Biden track, which includes the viral chant “Let’s go Brandon” in the chorus, encourages Americans to “come together” and fight for the “right to be free” while mainstream media and social platforms continue to divide the nation.

“Wear your mask, take your pills / Now a whole generation’s mentally ill / (Hey-yeah) man, f–k Fauci,” Rock croons. “But COVID’s near, it’s coming to town / We gotta act quick, shut our borders down / Joe Biden does, the media embraces / Big Don does it and they call him racist.”

The singer explained that venues in Buffalo, NY and Canada were nixed from the tour because “he doesn’t want to deal with that s–t,” and knows his fans don’t want to either.  

“I can’t say that I’m too upset, it’s got all the haters’ panties up in a bunch,” he joked. “Let’s see what they try to cancel me for now. I’m un-f–king cancelable, suck on that.” 


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