Detroit rock star Kid Rock roasted “snowflake” millennials in his latest song entitled “Don’t Tell Me How to Live,” in which Rock mocks those who he says have turned America into a “nation full of p-ssies.”
“Years ago, we all thought it was a joke, see? That every kid got a motherf–king trophy, but yo homie, here’s a situation. A nation of p-ssies is our next generation,” Rock raps in the song.
“And these minions, and their agendas. Every opinion has a millennial offended,” the lyrics continue. “But this amendment one, it rings true, and if it don’t descend bitch, then see number two.”
“Ain’t nothing new, right church, wrong pew. Get a clue or prove your fake news and views can all kick the bottom of my motherf–king shoe. I’m the last of a few still screaming ‘f–k you,’” the song adds.
The chorus then declares, “Ain’t nobody gonna tell me how to live.”
In the song’s music video, Kid Rock raps in front of a giant screen playing footage of the infamous screaming protester from President Donald Trump’s inauguration. He later rides a giant middle finger called the “Kid Rock-It” while carrying a gun in one hand and a bottle of liquor in the other.
On Friday, Kid Rock posted on Instagram an image of the Statue of Liberty in a face mask in an effort to promote the new single.
This isn’t the first time the rocker has been vocal about his beliefs, particularly his love for the United States. In January, Kid Rock tweeted that he would donate $100,000 to the BarstoolFund, which was created to help struggling small businesses overcome the heavy-handed government response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“THIS IS THE AMERICA I LOVE! https://barstoolsports.com/the-barstool-fund Put me down for 100k. And I only post this in hopes others as blessed as me may be moved to help out. -Kid Rock @BarstoolFund @stoolpresidente,” he tweeted.
In 2020, the rock star headlined a campaign event for President Donald Trump in Michigan. At one point during his performance, Rock declared the United States to be the “greatest country in the world,” prompting explosive cheers from the audience.
Kid Rock has also shown he is not afraid of controversy. In 2019, Rock accused pop star Taylor Swift of selling out.
“Taylor Swift wants to be a democrat because she wants to be in movies….period. And it looks like she will suck the door knob off Hollyweird to get there. Oldest move in the book,” he tweeted. “Good luck girl. -Kid Rock.”