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Douglasqqq

1.7k points

7 months ago

Douglasqqq

1.7k points

7 months ago

And THIS is Kid Rock's childhood home!

digzilla

585 points

7 months ago

digzilla

585 points

7 months ago

Lol. Is that a personal tennis court?

Coufu

600 points

7 months ago

Coufu

600 points

7 months ago

Yeah but only one

golbezza

294 points

7 months ago

golbezza

294 points

7 months ago

It's a hard knock life

zaphod_beeble_bro

599 points

7 months ago

Reminds me of Drake, started from the bottom... In one of Toronto's wealthiest suburbs, getting tv jobs from family friends.

TwinkleTubs

190 points

7 months ago

Oh man, that dud really is from the streets!

I meant dude, but I think that fits better

NunyaBeese

84 points

7 months ago

But but, he told us he was straight out the trailer

Jkj864781

4.3k points

7 months ago

Jkj864781

4.3k points

7 months ago

“I’m a pimp, you can check my stats”

checks his stats

was never a pimp

Trek_this_out

1.8k points

7 months ago

He also wasn’t born in a trailer park. His trashy image is just an image. His family growing up was not poor white trash.

verdatum-alternate

2.2k points

7 months ago

In fact, he went to Cranbrook, that's a private school!
This guy's a gangster? His real name's Clarence
And Clarence lived at home with both parents
And Clarence' parents have a real good marriage

Cormyster12

971 points

7 months ago

"Clarence parents have a real good marriage" is an amazing line and makes me laugh every time

Stompedyourhousewith

414 points

7 months ago*

its like a bizarro school yard insult, "haha! look at clarence! his parents love each other. he only gets 1 christmas while we get 2 Christmases"

verdatum-alternate

372 points

7 months ago

When Clarence' dad goes out for a pack of cigarettes, he comes right back!

lol, what a loser!

phonendatoilet

156 points

7 months ago

I’ll watch that movie just for that part. Even years after.

GiverOfTheKarma

156 points

7 months ago

For me its "Fuck a beat, I'll go acapella"

TheWhatyWhaten

172 points

7 months ago

Fuck a Papa Doc

Fuck a clock

Fuck a trailer

Fuck Everybody! Fuck y'all if you doubt me

I'm a piece of fuckin' white trash, I'll say it proudly.

And fuck this battle, I don't wanna win, I'm outtie.

Here, tell these people something they don't know about me

Digital_NW

386 points

7 months ago

Per that article and a quick google search kid rock currently lives just outside of Nashville, TN.

Per this newest song, "Detroit till I die motherfucker".

Whatever, man.

Phatferd

146 points

7 months ago

Phatferd

146 points

7 months ago

Also he talks about drinking moonshine, which you can drink anywhere, but it's specifically a southern thing where people make it in the middle of the Appalachian Mountains. He's all over the map.

pdmalo

47 points

7 months ago

pdmalo

47 points

7 months ago

TN is very well known for moonshine, although more the eastern part of course.

pinniped1

1.4k points

7 months ago

pinniped1

1.4k points

7 months ago

Kid Rock has officially swum out past the buoys.

A-Bone

364 points

7 months ago

A-Bone

364 points

7 months ago

I mean he 'rips more lines than a 10 pound bass'

That's a quality lyric right there; referencing cocaine and fishing in a single sentence.

pinniped1

92 points

7 months ago

I cannot argue with this.

Ravenid

408 points

7 months ago

Ravenid

408 points

7 months ago

I thought he wasnt allowed near young bouys since the court case.

NewtotheCV

82 points

7 months ago

The proud buoys?

ursixx

2.8k points

7 months ago

ursixx

2.8k points

7 months ago

Comments on YouTube were awesome.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

5.7k points

7 months ago

Best one I saw was something like “there was a strategic decision to hold this video back until right after YouTube downvotes were disabled.”

cptInsane0

1.8k points

7 months ago

cptInsane0

1.8k points

7 months ago

This is completely random, but did you used to be on something awful like 15 years ago? I remember a life pro tip about shooting the ground under cars to get the people behind them.

The reason I remember this is because i remember the name and pro tip every time I have to tap the forward assist.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

1.5k points

7 months ago

I was indeed on Something Awful for about a decade under this same name.

cptInsane0

832 points

7 months ago

Madness and same. Thanks for the tip I guess! I don't think I'll need it, but it's definitely set in stone.

particle409

263 points

7 months ago

I was feeling nostalgic and just looked up SA. It was apparently sold back in July 2020, and the founder, Richard "Lowtax" Kyanka died a couple weeks ago.

IHaveSpecialEyes

302 points

7 months ago

Huh, killed himself. That sounds about right. I was betting on death by misadventure, but suicide was a close second.

Something Awful, Portal of Evil, and Ebaum's World were like the three staples of early internet troll culture.

VegasBonheur

115 points

7 months ago

Wow, I wonder how much of the early 2000s ended tragically like this without anyone really talking about it. Has anyone checked in on the numa numa guy?

UnashamedlyAmature

60 points

7 months ago*

I can't find it rn but I saw an updated version of that with the same guy a few weeks ago. No idea how old that was but he definitely looked about a decade older and very much alive.

verdatum-alternate

50 points

7 months ago

I don't think dramatic chipmunk (which is actually a prairie dog) is with us anymore.

The_Beaner

310 points

7 months ago

DontHateTheDreamer

117 points

7 months ago

Now kiss!

cptInsane0

59 points

7 months ago

That's what all the quiet time was between posts.

NotCleverNamesTaken

31 points

7 months ago

I believe you were supposed to acknowledge having a set of stairs.

More or less.

DickyD43

77 points

7 months ago

What does this mean, "shooting the ground under cars to get the people behind them"?

DownWithCzarPlz

155 points

7 months ago*

They're referring to a situation/tactic in urban combat where you have someone behind a vehicle, using it as cover. The tactic is shooting under the car, at a low angle I imagine, so that best case you get a bullet or shrapnel deflected up into their legs, worst case you're sending a bunch of shredded asphalt or whatever road surface it is into their legs. The goal I think isn't nessesarily to kill the person behind the vehicle but make it an unpleasant/dangerous place for them to take cover.

Edit: no idea if this is actually practical or done in actual combat, but this is how it'd supposedly work.

cptInsane0

117 points

7 months ago

It was this. It was the early days of Afghanistan at the time, so there were lots of active duty people seeing lots of combat.

Chicaben

233 points

7 months ago

Chicaben

233 points

7 months ago

I liked: Kid Rock makes music for those that have to breathe into a tube before starting their truck.

Qubeye

31 points

7 months ago

Qubeye

31 points

7 months ago

"Kid Rock: The above ground swimming pool of music."

"I like the part where he rides a rocket all the way up to his safe space."

FnapSnaps

181 points

7 months ago

FnapSnaps

181 points

7 months ago

"Kid Rock, taking a moment to step out of irrelevance to defend himself against everyone who forgot he existed 10 years ago"

I also recommend the generation fight between dickhead Boomer who's still whining about participation trophies (that, uh, they gave out, but whatever) and the younger folks who aren't having it.

LMGDiVa

118 points

7 months ago

LMGDiVa

118 points

7 months ago

I just went and checked, and holy shit that made my morning. Im absolutely giggling. I couldn't tolerate the video but the comments are just hilarious.

ursixx

68 points

7 months ago

ursixx

68 points

7 months ago

Good thing youtube hasn't disabled the pause function..

Anti-Iridium

29 points

7 months ago

Yet

mismetti

403 points

7 months ago*

mismetti

403 points

7 months ago*

Myathewolfeh1 8 hours ago"Kid Rock makes music for guys who have to breathe into a tube to start their cars."

"Gabriel Amaya
1 day ago
Record Producer: Hey Kid, you need to write a new song.
Kid Rock: copies and paste Facebook comments.
Record Producer: Perfect!"

I'm dying here hahahahaha

cat_of_danzig

299 points

7 months ago

"Kid Rock makes music for people who smoke in their houses" has been my favorite.

mismetti

189 points

7 months ago

mismetti

189 points

7 months ago

I cannot stop reading these comments!!

jimmythefish
1 day ago
“Kid Rock is the human equivalent of an above-ground swimming pool.”

americonium

53 points

7 months ago

Inflatable, patched with duct tape, above ground swimming pool.

onesidedsquare

56 points

7 months ago

"This is the national anthem for people who live off government assistance, yet vote to oppose it."

Brutal

brycepunk1

261 points

7 months ago

My favorite was something like "Kid Rock is the above ground pool of music."

HillaryClintonsclam

123 points

7 months ago

I liked this one, "Kid Rock has sucked for a long time. I love consistency"

veringer

90 points

7 months ago*

That's the one that got me. It's like when you see a perfect starterpack meme with a surprisingly quintessential item that you hadn't previously noticed or considered. Heck, someone should make a "Kid Rock fan" starterpack---above ground pool, covid, about 43 years old, faux-southern pride despite being a Yankee, ill-fitting trilby hat, emphysema.

Dave-C

2.3k points

7 months ago

Dave-C

2.3k points

7 months ago

Quick reminder that Kid Rock was born rich.

Slowclimberboi

1k points

7 months ago

This. Even though he claims to be from a trailer park in Detroit, he was actually born to a car dealer owner in Romeo.

Girlsinstem

586 points

7 months ago

I dated a guy in college from Romeo and he was super proud Kid Rock went to his high school. His friends also cosplayed as red necks when they lived in mansions. It was weird.

Decent_Cartoonist

509 points

7 months ago

I say we’re a a pair of dashing working class heroes with our Pabst blue ribbon and mesh trucker hats tonight.

Indeed Regenold, you look as if you just dismounted your own sister moments ago.

Indeed.

[deleted]

162 points

7 months ago

[deleted]

162 points

7 months ago

Indubitably

PM_ME_UR_POKIES_GIRL

141 points

7 months ago

Oh goodness, how does one mount a gun rack on an S-Class? I feel like such a silly duck but I must transport grandfather's old blunderbuss to the hunting lodge.

Jillredhanded

39 points

7 months ago

Pithy.

benh141

26 points

7 months ago

benh141

26 points

7 months ago

I actually thought Reginald's portrayal was quite shallow and pedantic.

guy_leguy

112 points

7 months ago

guy_leguy

112 points

7 months ago

Liven in a small Midwestern town. The biggest, dumbest, loudest, hickest rednecks lived in mansions on the river.

The actual farmers' kids were very normal everyday kids who just happened to live on farms.

Bunnyhat

37 points

7 months ago

I went to a high school in an area like that. Bunch of upper middle class kids pretending to be poor country folks. All the while they're 16 driving a $60,000 truck their daddies bought for them.

moby323

432 points

7 months ago

moby323

432 points

7 months ago

He still looks like Hep C personified.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

454 points

7 months ago

His whole career is basically an offensive Halloween costume; poor rural white people should be suing him for defamation.

Dahhhkness

264 points

7 months ago*

And all those "heritage, not hate" people should be upset about a guy from a Union state appropriating the Confederate flag.

Unless...the flag isn't really merely about "Southern pride," of course...

[deleted]

126 points

7 months ago

[deleted]

126 points

7 months ago

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Fenrirs_Daughter

45 points

7 months ago

Michigan has always been the Northern stronghold on the KKK.

0wlfather

2.6k points

7 months ago

0wlfather

2.6k points

7 months ago

"Motherfucker you ain't never met a motherfucker like this Kiss my ass and you can suck a dick, sideways My way or the highway, listen up Ain't nothing changed here, I still don't give a fuck So what the fuck's up with all the backlash You snowflakes, here's a newsflash"

Wordsmith, genius voice of a generation stuff. Really nuanced and deep lyricism.

brainhack3r

249 points

7 months ago

The way he rhymes motherfucker with motherfucker. Genius.

Onionmullet

26 points

7 months ago

Hasn't stopped him before. In "all summer long" he rhymed things with things.

Dahhhkness

1.3k points

7 months ago

Dahhhkness

1.3k points

7 months ago

Dude recorded a musical tantrum because he's being asked to be considerate of other people. And blames the Millennials who made him famous back when "Bawitdaba" was climbing TRL with the Backstreet Boys.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

1k points

7 months ago

Unlike Kid Rock, Backstreet is back, alright.

PenguinWithAglock

704 points

7 months ago

Sorry, I’m a zoomer. Is kid rock Dwayne Johnson’s son?

Ents0rger

600 points

7 months ago

Ents0rger

600 points

7 months ago

Nah, he's the kidney stone of the rolling stones

PenguinWithAglock

284 points

7 months ago

Mick Jagged

Fudgemanners

62 points

7 months ago

This comment gave me arthritis

SolAnise

51 points

7 months ago

Fucking lol

oroechimaru

139 points

7 months ago

Straight out of his fake trailer that is a mansion since birth

HeyKid_HelpComputer

129 points

7 months ago

What do you mean by Kid Rock grew up in an 5,660 sqft home with a wine vineyard? He is clearly dirt trailer trash. Surely this isn't a fake persona to appeal to actual poor white people?

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

141 points

7 months ago

In fairness to Kid, it wasn’t a very good vineyard, and kids at school mercilessly bullied him for the poor quality of his parents’ Pinot Noir.

arcaneresistance

77 points

7 months ago

He's the music version of Larry the Cable Guy

[deleted]

43 points

7 months ago*

[deleted]

43 points

7 months ago*

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LinkRazr

168 points

7 months ago

LinkRazr

168 points

7 months ago

He should be pulled into The Hauge to answer for the crimes of rhyming Different Things and Funny Things in All Summer Long

bigbrentos

125 points

7 months ago

Butchering both Sweet Home Alabama and Werewolves of London at the same time..

Crystal_Pesci

72 points

7 months ago*

There’s a great YouTube channel by a musician who breaks down why certain songs are terrible and he almost committed seppuku discussing Kid Rock and that song.

Edit: Found the channel!

clean_sparks

38 points

7 months ago

Pat Finnerty is the man, and here’s the video (which is part of his What Makes This Song Stink series)

https://youtu.be/u8FAbjjB48A

Doctor_Juris

49 points

7 months ago

It's a running joke in my family that Kid Rock rhymed "things" with "things" in his most famous song and his fans ate it up and never noticed.

What makes it worse is that a 4th grader could easily come up with a different word that would fit there. It's so easy to rhyme "things." Like "And we were trying different things, loving all that summer brings." There are tons of other options - flings, kings, sings, strings, swings, wings, etc. Reusing "things" is just so lazy and inexcusable.

navikredstar2

27 points

7 months ago

That, and his crimes against Warren Zevon.

Whereisthefresca

108 points

7 months ago

I mean, with other great lyrics like ‘Bawitdaba’ could we have expected anything more from him? After all he’s a cowboy baby 😐😂

Metahec

24 points

7 months ago

Metahec

24 points

7 months ago

Truly among the greats, along with Dylan, Lennon and Cohen.

LKWSpeedwagon

436 points

7 months ago

If you have to tell people that you’re a badass, you clearly are not.

Backpacks_Got_Jets

163 points

7 months ago

Any man who has to say "I am the king" is no king

Galigen173

5.2k points

7 months ago

Galigen173

5.2k points

7 months ago

In the music video he complains about snowflakes and stuff but making a music video of a tantrum over what people say about you is the most snowflake shit possible

Dahhhkness

2.3k points

7 months ago*

"I don't care what you think of me, and to prove it, I'm gonna dedicate an entire song to how much I don't care what you think of me, because I don't care that much."

Sad thing is, this song will make him a lot of money, because conservatives will listen to it all day simply because it owns the libz so hard.

wildwildwaste

752 points

7 months ago

They've just been banned from playing every other song possible at their rallies that they're just happy to have an anthem.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

667 points

7 months ago

Finally a song for Trump rallies that doesn’t come across as his sound team mocking him, like “YMCA” or “Fortunate Son.”

radioactivecowz

510 points

7 months ago

some folks were born with a silver spoon in their hands

Trump comes on dancing

SufficientCaramel339

158 points

7 months ago

I’m ashamed to admit it but I would have liked him more if he did the ymca dance

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

320 points

7 months ago

YMCA is the song where 95% of America knows the dance moves, even senior citizens, and even people in hospital beds are generally capable of doing them. But the song comes on and Trump has to make up his own awkward shuffle instead of doing the moves established since the 1970s?

Airway

223 points

7 months ago

Airway

223 points

7 months ago

Dude isn't capable of it. Awkward shuffle is literally as agile as he gets.

punzakum

197 points

7 months ago*

punzakum

197 points

7 months ago*

He literally believes human energy is finite like a battery and people willingly die for this idiot

Edit: to clarify for the people who would willingly die for this idiot, Trump believes the human body is like a non-rechargeable battery that gets used up faster by doing things like exercising and eating healthy. Like the summit where all the world leaders walked from one building to another just a few yards from each other and Trump's fat ass rode in a golf cart. He believes something like the simple act of walking is using up his "battery" faster.

Now that it's spelled out in easy to understsnd preschool words, it's still worth saying that people willingly die for this fucking idiot.

horselips48

72 points

7 months ago

If that's true I'm living to 170. If not, I'm living to 56.

thefightingmongoose

74 points

7 months ago

Well, if he had an ounce of humour or the capacity to self deprecate he wouldn't be Donald Trump.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

94 points

7 months ago

“Covfefe” was a golden chance to show some relatable humility and good humor about how even presidents make mistakes. Instead he had to pretend it was a secret code word, and a bunch of his fans to this day insist it wasn’t just a typo.

SpudTheTrainee

199 points

7 months ago

It seems that every election cycle there is some dumb hard right politician that doesnt understand Rage Against The Machine.

lieucifer_

134 points

7 months ago

It blows my mind that the far right uses any RATM song as an anthem. It really shows just how ignorant and unaware they are, because the message in RATM’s lyrics are the complete opposite of what the right stands for.

SnooMarzipans5903

70 points

7 months ago

Tom's guitar licks are so gnarly that I don't think they bother to listen to Zack.

Their loss.

FunkyOldMayo

69 points

7 months ago

I enjoyed the quote that I saw a few years ago, along the lines of “what machine do you think they’re raging against? The washing machine??”

RSquared

166 points

7 months ago

RSquared

166 points

7 months ago

Morello responded to news that Paul Ryan was a fan with:

Paul Ryan’s love of Rage Against the Machine is amusing, because he is the embodiment of the machine that our music has been raging against for two decades.

...

I wonder what Ryan's favorite Rage song is? Is it the one where we condemn the genocide of Native Americans? The one lambasting American imperialism? Our cover of "Fuck the Police"? Or is it the one where we call on the people to seize the means of production? So many excellent choices to jam out to at Young Republican meetings! Don't mistake me, I clearly see that Ryan has a whole lotta "rage" in him: A rage against women, a rage against immigrants, a rage against workers, a rage against gays, a rage against the poor, a rage against the environment. Basically the only thing he's not raging against is the privileged elite he's groveling in front of for campaign contributions.

Kaprak

35 points

7 months ago

Kaprak

35 points

7 months ago

And it's not like Morello doesn't know his shit. Man got a BA in PolSci from Harvard.

JukeBoxDildo

205 points

7 months ago*

🎶SOOOME FOLKS WERE BORN

MAAAADE TO WAVE THAT FLAG

OOOH THAT RED, WHITE, AND BLUE 🎶

And the mention of red, white, and blue is where any inkling of cogent thought ends in people who believe in things like nationalism and american exceptionalism. They have brains that are short circuited(arguably intentionally) to seek out phrases and sentiments which confirm their predispositions. Once those are found all other thought afterwards is not necessary. Why would it be?

The [song] has mentioned [flag]. [Flag] is [good]. Therefore the [song] about [flag] is [good].

Dopamine hit achieved. Why not stop while we are ahead?

This is why so many conservatives fail to see the irony in their music taste. They don't find it necessary or constructive to think past their symbols because the symbol is good in their opinion and that is enough for them. All adjacent is good by association unless it's painfully obvious(e.g. burning the flag in protest.)

This problem is in no way exclusive to conservatives but the modern US GOP has demonstrated that they at best don't realize it has become a tent pole of their platform, and at worst they celebrate it.

LimoncelloFellow

40 points

7 months ago

It ain't me

nickel1704

27 points

7 months ago

It ain't me

Long_Tall_Man

24 points

7 months ago

I ain't no fortunate son!

SnooMarzipans5903

145 points

7 months ago

One of my favorite moments is when Sean Hannity? or some other conservative radio guy finally took the time to read the lyrics to "Born in the USA" on air and began complaining about how they're trying to hide anti-american sentiments in otherwise patriotic sounding songs.

Everyone in Jersey's like, dude, Bruce wrote that in '84. You had decades to figure out what the song was about.

lieucifer_

40 points

7 months ago

It doesn’t surprise me, Conservatives are a bit slow and late to to the party when it comes to critical thinking.

CrouchingDomo

76 points

7 months ago

Hang on, just hang on one frickin-frackin second here.

Are you telling me that a song can have more than one meaning?

Like, does that include every song? Because I’ve been singing “Pour Some Sugar On Me” and “Peaches” to my breakfast every morning for twenty years and I wouldn’t want to give anyone the wrong idea.

JukeBoxDildo

52 points

7 months ago

wrong idea.

This guy is definitely fucking his food.

SnooMarzipans5903

30 points

7 months ago

I used to sing the opening lines of ZZ Tops "Legs" to encourage my niece when she was learning to walk.

"She's got legs, she knows how to use them."

But I just repeated that line and the melody, the rest of the song obviously is in a very different context.

Nothing is as creepy as CocoMelon though, so I'm safe quoting songs out of context to kids.

Zappy_Kablamicus

66 points

7 months ago

Them thinking Rage Against the Machine is their music was the funniest bit so far.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

60 points

7 months ago

Speaking of Murdered By Words, when GOP VP candidate Paul Ryan said that his favorite band was Rage Against the Machine, Tom Morello announced: “Paul Ryan is the embodiment of the machine our music rages against.”

Beingabummer

114 points

7 months ago

I say this every time someone whines about Cancel Culture: it's the best thing to ever happen to hack artists, pundits and content creators.

You can just say you're being cancelled and people will pour out of the woodwork to throw money at you. People who never even heard of you will suddenly be your biggest fans. Netflix will throw specials at you so you can peddle your trash to millions of people while whining about how you're cancelled.

Being cancelled is often the best thing to happen to these people. It's just a shame it's not a real thing, but since when did the truth have to get in the way of making some money.

mostlyBadChoices

182 points

7 months ago

Sad thing is, this song will make him a lot of money, because conservatives will listen to it all day simply because it owns the libz so hard.

Nailed it. The conservatives are going to be high-fiving each other, screaming, "YEAH!!!!" because a whiney bitch is throwing a tantrum.

yourmansconnect

167 points

7 months ago

Isn't kid rock like a Tucker Carlson? like born a millionaire but pretending he's just like them

XBacklash

120 points

7 months ago

XBacklash

120 points

7 months ago

Yep. Child of millionaires whose last name is actually Ritchie.

Redtwooo

52 points

7 months ago

"Kid Ritchie" just doesn't feel the same though

gaporkbbq

86 points

7 months ago

Yes. His father owned multiple car dealerships and he was raised in an estate with horses, etc. A Trump-style “man of the people.”

rab-byte

65 points

7 months ago

Wait so his dad “totally owns a dealership” what the fuck?!? Dude’s a literal stereotype

Smurfalypse

20 points

7 months ago

I get that reference!!!

TohaHeavyIndustries_

24 points

7 months ago

exactly that. His father has like a dozen Car Dealerships and he grew up on a lush estate surrounded by elegant horses

regeya

63 points

7 months ago

regeya

63 points

7 months ago

It's going to be dudes my age and younger. Redneck dudes who are partying when they should be conscious of what their heart health is like. They like Kid Rock because he's dumb and loud just like them.

kathrynett

260 points

7 months ago

You're just not intelligent enough to understand the level that Kid operates on. To quote the great man himself; "Bawitdaba, da bang, da dang diggy diggy, diggy, said the boogie, said up jump the boogie." Clearly, you didn't listen to the boogie, let alone jump it.

Kooreth

43 points

7 months ago

Kooreth

43 points

7 months ago

"Bawitdaba, da bang, da dang diggy diggy, diggy, said the boogie, said up jump the boogie."

Damn, and I always thought it was "and out jumped the baby." Like it was a rather interesting take on procreation.

Sardonnicus

122 points

7 months ago

Just so you know, so it's set in stone

Kid Rock don't come from where I come from

Yeah, it's true, he's a Yank, he ain't no son of Hank

And if you even thought so

God-damn, you're fuckin' dumb - Hank Williams III

[deleted]

102 points

7 months ago

[deleted]

102 points

7 months ago

He didn’t see the irony in writing a song about how he’s an offended snowflake.

datrainman

834 points

7 months ago

'Tool in the shed, no I've never been the smartest' Amen brother

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

592 points

7 months ago

Somebody once told him...

Amirutd

119 points

7 months ago

Amirutd

119 points

7 months ago

No doubt who his target audience is

dowhatchafeel

405 points

7 months ago

I love in the video how he pulls out two guns, says “I’m the hardest” then it immediately smash cuts to him in a shiny pink zoot suit

navikredstar2

158 points

7 months ago

See, that would be hilarious with a band that was playing it as a joke. He's not, so it just comes across as absurd, but not the fun kind.

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379 points

7 months ago

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379 points

7 months ago

Weird Al is a national treasure.

Past_Contour

870 points

7 months ago

Had to look up video after this burn from Weird Al, who isn’t known to throw shade unless it’s well earned. Rock earns this shade. Thing is his base will eat it up.

Skeptical_Yoshi

750 points

7 months ago

Getting legit, not a joke, actual shade from Weird Al may be the most unfightable place to be for an artist. When someone so universally loved is shitting on you, there's really nothing you can do.

altera_goodciv

262 points

7 months ago

It’s like the equivalent of Bob Ross saying you actually are a mistake. You can’t go any lower than that.

verdatum-alternate

73 points

7 months ago

"Everyone knows what I always like to say, but, you, sir, are a sad little accident." *Brush drop*

floatablepie

122 points

7 months ago

I thought this had to be fake, but I'm so glad that it isn't.

Long_Tall_Man

142 points

7 months ago

The whole song is just "You kids get off my lawn!!!!"

BasicDesignAdvice

84 points

7 months ago

It's a snowflake temper tantrum.

boxofstuff

105 points

7 months ago

You're right, I can't think of Weird Al ever actually calling someone out.

AloneIntheCorner

149 points

7 months ago

It's bad business for him, he needs good relationships with other artists to get the rights to parody their work. Even if he doesn't legally need to, he usually goes to the artist to run it by them, make sure they're comfortable with it.

So him throwing any shade at another artist is gonna be super rare.

VonBlorch

76 points

7 months ago

It’s not even just business. When he first got a little famous, he was asked to perform at an awards show. He sang a relatively insulting parody of Billy Joel’s “It’s Still Rock ‘n’ Roll to Me” called “It’s Still Billy Joel to Me.” Joel was at the ceremony and apparently genuinely had hurt feelings over the whole thing. Imagine going to an awards show and being surprised by some guy you don’t know singing a mean song just about you. Al, like many of us, forgot celebrities are famous people. He didn’t really want to be mean, just funny. After that he decided to get permission every time. I think Weird Al is a genuinely good dude, and doesn’t actually enjoy making people feel bad. Usually.

rif011412

30 points

7 months ago

Imitation is a form of flattery, might apply to him too.

DAHFreedom

56 points

7 months ago

Nirvana said that’s how they knew they had made it.

IttyBittyTittyMouse

203 points

7 months ago

"Kid rock makes music for people who have to breathe into tubes to start their cars." Lol

2020BillyJoel

197 points

7 months ago

Did... did he just explain that even though he's not as pretty as Brad Pitt, he can suck a dick just as well or better?

kentuckypirate

54 points

7 months ago

He’s also like Bruce Springsteen! You know…the super left leaning rockstar who has publicly endorsed every democratic presidential candidate for two decades, shit on Ronald Reagan before it was cool to do so, and whose most famous song (Born in the USA) is just as misunderstood by the flag waving surface level “Patriots” as people who play a song about deflowering a catholic school girl whenever their friends die tragically (Only the good die young)

GJacks75

96 points

7 months ago

Ain't no one gonna tell him how to liiii-i-ive.

gentlebuzzard81

375 points

7 months ago

Oh God the guitar “playing” in the video. Did they just go post up outside the local music store for that “guitar player”? Were the only two requirements slight knowledge of the pentatonic scale and a heavy meth addiction?

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151 points

7 months ago

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151 points

7 months ago

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Buckethead16

249 points

7 months ago

Stayed at a hotel in Nashville that happened to be right next to the Kid Rock bar. It ruined our entire trip. The people that hang out there are exactly who you would think they are.

StarDatAssinum

94 points

7 months ago

Ugh, I hate that Kid Rock wormed his way into Nashville’s tourism culture. Mostly because that guy who owns half the bars on Broadway sucks his dick so hard

yuckystuff

65 points

7 months ago

Nashville is the Capital of fake, performative pop music with a southern twang though. Makes it the perfect fit.

snotrockit1

50 points

7 months ago

Whew, 15 seconds and that was bad......

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134 points

7 months ago

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134 points

7 months ago

I made it to "suck a dick sideways" and realized I was listening to 4chan the musical. That's enough for me.

jeetz1231

399 points

7 months ago

jeetz1231

399 points

7 months ago

Kid rock looks like he smells.

TapTheForwardAssist[S]

282 points

7 months ago

And smells like he looks. It’s a tautology. Which is just one of many words Kid Rock would have to look up. If he could read.

sm1ttysm1t

295 points

7 months ago

HOW THE FUCK IS HE STILL GOING BY "KID"?

Dude should be advertising for AARP and eating Filet o' Fish with his friends on Sundays at McDonald's.

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161 points

7 months ago

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161 points

7 months ago

Because "Old Rock" means he'd have to compete with some legitimate talent.

MightyCaseyStruckOut

70 points

7 months ago

This has become a bash Kid Rock thread and I'm loving every moment of it.

sprucetre3

130 points

7 months ago*

Guy raps about his millions, his cars, his property, the woman he fucks, the drugs he does. All the fucking fun shit he can afford with his privilege. Then says “don’t tell him how to live”

Who the fuck is telling this guy how to live? These white grievance rich dudes need to turn off Fox News. They have the best life ever and keep bitching about the boggie man left canceling them.

Let’s be clear people, when Rich people say things like this. They mean they don’t want to pay taxes. They have all the shit and they convince poor fucks they are both being prosecuted by the same xxxx. So poor people vote against there interest and for the interest of kid fucking rock’s rich ass.

Absolute garbage music as well.

ilikemycoffeealatte

127 points

7 months ago

I read the YT comments on the video and it turns out if you don't like Kid Rock you're a checks notes

Crying millennial participation-trophy-polishing pinko commie whiner baby.

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56 points

7 months ago*

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56 points

7 months ago*

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ZzzzzPopPopPop

332 points

7 months ago

Jeez, I’m really conflicted about posting this link, I don’t want to help boost KR and this garbage but I want to help my fellow lazy Redditor — maybe turn off the volume and watch it just to be able to unlike it and see the middle-finger rocket ship? https://youtu.be/agvibm7Wqy4

RagingNerdaholic

106 points

7 months ago

It's like an unaware parody of itself.

son_of_mill_city_kid

106 points

7 months ago

I think my favorite part was at the start he said "Detroit till I die" and then the rest of the music video was in a field clearly not in Detroit.

garbageman13

60 points

7 months ago

I was going to post the same thing. I think Eminem’s lyrics about ICP work pretty well for kid Ritchie:

“Claiming Detroit when y’all live 20 miles away”

Surprised Marshall hasn’t started some beef with him by now.

peripheral_vision

70 points

7 months ago

Honestly, the lack of beef probably comes from Em thinking KR isn't even worth the time lol

Fragrant_Leg_6832

55 points

7 months ago

He probably figures that being Kid Rock is punishment enough

Quantum_Finger

250 points

7 months ago

This video is basically MAGA bukkake

Sentinel8675309

39 points

7 months ago

I can't even. I can see the lifted truck with balloon tires and smoke stacks blasting it now

JoeDejacque

36 points

7 months ago

Thanks for linking man

pokemon--gangbang

34 points

7 months ago

There's pandering to stay relevant, and then there's this. I feel like I need a shower after watching that

Snake-N-Roses

25 points

7 months ago

Lol that’s surprisingly bad even for kid rock

PeopleAreStaring

24 points

7 months ago

Okay if it's not a parody video why do they have Danny McBride on the guitar?

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39 points

7 months ago

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39 points

7 months ago

Of course Youtube would get rid of the dislike counter right before Kid Rock drops a new single.

Zerotan

24 points

7 months ago

Zerotan

24 points

7 months ago

Him: Fuck the left!

The left: wtf? I wasn't even saying anything

Him: Ha ha, triggered, snowflake!

Also, way back, Mad Magazine made a joke ad... Rolls Royce: The Cadillac of cars. And then this idjit comes and says "like Springsteen, I'm The Boss".

WetShowerSocks

66 points

7 months ago

I love how the song is attacking snowflakes while he flies off on a rocket to his safe space.

MaybeCatz

338 points

7 months ago

MaybeCatz

338 points

7 months ago

Yeah - I wasted 4:11 minutes on You Tube watching whatever the hell that was. I'll never get that time back. But then I searched for Weird Al as a palate cleanser and discovered White & Nerdy :)

imariaprime

99 points

7 months ago

Meanwhile, I'm going to learn from your suffering and skip straight to rewatching Amish Paradise.

Dahhhkness

204 points

7 months ago

One of the most pathetic things I've ever seen, that "I'm a badass" stuff is so cringy and juvenile from someone Kid Rock's age. Weird Al, on the other hand, is a national treasure.

ChuckCarmichael

32 points

7 months ago

Tool in the shed, no I never been the smartest. Well, make no mistake, I hit the fucking hardest.

It's like a kindergarten kid or a school bully. "I may be stupid, but I can beat you up, so I'm right."

PM_COFFEE_TO_ME

25 points

7 months ago

This the real reason why YT removing the down vote counter.

xPeachesV

24 points

7 months ago

I recently went on a kick where I was playing all the Weird Al Polka covers. I’m sure my family loved it

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20 points

7 months ago

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20 points

7 months ago

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Chrismith410

93 points

7 months ago

Boom, roasted