If you haven’t heard or seen, Anheuser-Busch has launched a new look to their Bud Light cans. And it’s a look Kid Rock does NOT like it if a recent video he posted says anything about it.
On Monday, April 3, Kid Rock took to Twitter to give his opinion of the new cans, which feature trans activist and controversial transgender “female” Dylan Mulvaney. Within hours, Rock’s video earned more than 27,000 retweets, 121,000 likes, and more than 5,000 quotes.
To say it was popular is quite an understatement. Hell, even my not-so-technically savvy husband has seen it.
The video starts out with Kid Rock’s back to the viewers. As he turns, he rubs his chin and says, “Grandpa’s feeling a little frisky today.”
He then gets up close and says, “Let me say something to all and be as clear and concise as possible.”
Then, he turns from the camera slightly, picks up an MP5, racks it back, and unloads on a stand of Bud Light products set up on a table some distance away.
He then turns back to the camera and says rather aggressively, “F**k Bud Light and f**k Anheuser-Busch. Have a terrific day.”
— KidRock (@KidRock) April 4, 2023
Now, given the aggressiveness and explicit language involved, there are a few people who are likely aren’t too fond of the video.
But I’d say, by and large, it was well received by a population with similar thoughts about the Bud Light move to wokedom…
As one user stated, it’s like the beer company just woke up one day with the intention to knowingly sabotage their own business. Because that’s exactly what a move like this is going to do.
— Conservative Momma (@conmomma) April 4, 2023
As is evidenced by Kid Rock, people aren’t happy about an American beer company that suddenly doesn’t relate to its consumers. As a result, many will no longer be purchasing or drinking their beverages.
And as another social media user correctly stated, there just might not be a way back for the company after this “PR nightmare.”
— Vic DeGrammont (@votedegrammont) April 4, 2023
Check out the comments for yourself. They’re brutal.