Tag: Kid Rock
Kid Rock has officially dissed Justin Bieber and the insult was just downright hilarious. Kid Rock obviously has little or no respect for the teen singer and has called him the “new Vanilla Ice”. Oh snap! It’s on now!
Kid Rock said that he thinks Justin is headed for a fall from grace of epic proportions. During a chat with Howard Stern on Wednesday, he said that he feels that Justin’s fame will be short-lived.
During the interview with the shock jock, Rock said, “Tell me if this is wrong. Justin Bieber..is 100 percent like watching Vanilla Ice all over again. It’s exactly the same. Well, as soon as Bieber has a hit, he’ll be like Vanilla Ice.”
He went on to say, “The kid’s young. He’s got some money. He’s got the world in his hands. It’s just kind of sad to see him go down this trajectory. It’s gonna be a very long ride down. We all know the story. I kind of feel for the kid, to be honest with you.”
Do you agree with Kid Rock in that Justin Bieber is headed down the same path as Vanilla Ice? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Way back in 2008 (not that long, I know), Kid Rock promised us all he wouldn’t be getting political, and even chastised music entertainers who got into endorsing candidates and playing music for free for them at small political rallies.
He said, “I truly believe that people like myself, who are in a position of entertainers in the limelight, should keep their mouth shut on politics. Because at the end of the day, I’m good at writing songs and singing. What I’m not educated in is the field of political science. And so for me to be sharing my views and influencing people of who I think they should be voting for … I think would be very irresponsible on my part.”
He went on to say, “I think celebrity endorsements hurt politicians. As soon as somebody comes out for a politician, especially in Hollywood, when they all go, ‘I’m voting for this guy!’ I go, ‘That’s not who I’m voting for!’”
Well this week Mitt Romney managed to seal the endorsement of the 42-year-old performer, who didn’t speak but rather played the song Born Free to a “crowd of hundreds” at the Royal Oak Music Center in Royal Oak, Michigan.
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After Jennifer Hudson gave an emotional performance in a stunning black dress, Emily Proctor and Jason Mraz took the stage to introduce the Jonas Brothers along with Stevie Wonder.
Blink 182 took the stage afterwards to announce that “Blink 182 is back!” They announced the winner of the Best Rock Album Grammy.
Coldplay won again! It must be their year. I’m not amused. How did they beat out Metallica or Kid Rock?
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Duffy and Al Green took the stage to introduce the winner of The Song Of The Year. They both did their little singing snippets and announced the nominees for the Grammy.
The winner Coldplay for their song, “Viva La Vida”.
Afterwards, Kid Rock got on the stage and performed “Amen”.
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Watch out Jessica Simpson, you’re not the only one out there with a beer to pawn!
Kid Rock iswith the help of Drinks Americas Holdings and is launching his premium domestic beer, next year.
Drinks Americas CEO says, “Kid Rock is a reflection of great American rock and roll music and the American spirit, and we think we can create a beer in that same image. There is no question in our mind that people will try a beer that Kid Rock will stand by and when they like it, a great and incredibly valuable trademark will be created.”
Kid Rock: Beer for rednecks.
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Kid Rock knows how to have a party, alright. Apparently, the rocker got kicked out of a VMAs afterparty when he started trashing the furniture. It was said that he trashed the entire hotel suite and was smashing tables and breaking glasses.
An insider says, “Kid jumped on tables and chairs and crashed through one table. And he broke around 20 glasses.”
Dude, you’re not 17 anymore. Grow up already.
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Kid Rock is not going out any time soon in support of any of the political candidates, in fact, he wants to keep his opinions to himself on the whole matter. So much that he thinks other people should, too.
He says, “I truly believe that people like myself, who are in a position of entertainers in the limelight, should keep their mouth shut on politics. Because at the end of the day, I’m good at writing songs and singing. What I’m not educated in is the field of political science. And so for me to be sharing my views and influencing people of who I think they should be voting for … I think would be very irresponsible on my part.”
He went on to say, “I think celebrity endorsements hurt politicians. As soon as somebody comes out for a politician, especially in Hollywood, when they all go, ‘I’m voting for this guy!’ “ I go, ‘That’s not who I’m voting for!’ ”
I’m with him on this one. So many celebrities and musicians are backing their choice of politicians, but shut up about it already. No one cares who you’re voting for, because in the end, all you have is one vote and it doesn’t carry any more weight than mine.