Kid Rock Tells Tucker Carlson Why He’s ‘Uncancelable’: ‘Because I Don’t Give a F*ck, There’s Nobody I’m Beholden To’

Music star Kid Rock sat for an interview with Tucker Carlson and told the Fox News host his secret to avoid getting canceled by the Left, their allies in the media, Big Tech, and corporate America.

Carlson played a short clip to promote the appearance writing: “The legendary Kid Rock sits down with Tucker for a rare one-on-one interview.

“And nothing is off the table.

“You’ll see part of the fascinating discussion Monday on Tucker Carlson Tonight at 8 pm ET on Fox News.”

In the video you can see below, Carlson asked Kid Rock, “Why haven’t you been canceled?

“People aren’t allowed to say what they think, you are.”

Kid Rock revealed his secret to rising above the hysterical left:

“I am uncancelable,” Kid Rock said.

Carlson asked, “Why’s that?”

Kid Rock said:

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“Because I don’t give a f*ck and I’m not in bed with any big corporate things at the end of the day, there’s nobody I’m beholden to, no record companies, no nothing.

“You can’t cancel me, I love it when they try.”

Kid Rock is going on a tour which he said could be his last.

He has a new song, “We The People” that rips resident Joe Biden and condemns the media and Big Tech.

The song’s chorus is “We the people, Let’s go, Brandon.”

“Wear your mask, take your pills, now a whole generation is mentally ill,” the song lyrics read.

“Every human being doesn’t have to agree, we all bleed red, brother listen to me.

“It’s time for love and unity.

“We the people have got to unite,” the song says.

At one point Kid Rock blasts the media for embracing Joe Biden’s policies but for calling them racist when Trump did the same: “Joe Biden does the media embraces, Big Don does and they call him racist.”

Kid Rock says his upcoming tour may be his last big tour.

He said: “I’m not trying to sell tickets, ‘oh this is the last tour, you better come out and see me,’ but it very well could be for the unforeseen future.

“At 51 years old, it’s not getting any easier to do jumps and carrying on on-stage.

“But I’m really keeping myself together, I’m getting prepared mentally, physically, working out every day, trying to eat healthy, all that ’cause I want to be just top-notch.

“I want to be at my peak for this tour because I really don’t know for the unforeseen future if we’ll do a big tour again.

“Will we play some select shows in the future in the years to come?

“Possibly, maybe bring back the crews, just do a few key things.

“But being in tip-top shape, still being in what I would call the tail end of my prime, I want to make this one big, and if it is the last one, I want to do it right.

“So this is a very special tour to me.

“I don’t mind taking a good punch, but I hit back and I hit hard.

“Eventually I’d really like to get back to trying to bring people together.

“We can believe differently, I think. It’s one of the things that’s made this country great.

“The powers that be want to divide us but united we stand, divided we fall,” he said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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