Kid Rock hauled off stage after profanity-laced anti-Oprah rant

Kid Rock insisted anti-Oprah Winfrey stance isn't racially motivated.

Kid Rock insisted anti-Oprah Winfrey stance isn’t racially motivated. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

Here we go… The New York Daily News printed an article a couple of days ago about a rant by Kid Rock at an establishment in Nashville. We are not sure if the article is meant to condemn or defend the Kid. Either way it does show the frustration of great many conservatives these days. If we say anything in opposition to a person of color (we hate that word) we are banded as racist. That is not our objective. Oprah, like a great many of those that are successful celebrities, decided to take up some social cause for the betterment of mankind and at the same time the destruction of others, is very much a danger to the free world. Most don’t recognize it, but those that do are chastised. Kid Rock just told it as he saw it.

All-around good guy Kid Rock was at it again last week.

The controversial artist launched a profanity-filled tirade against day-time talk show hosts at a bar in Nashville. An apparently intoxicated Rock was later removed from the stage by security.

In video obtained by TMZ, Rock, 48, tells the crowd, “F— Oprah. Oprah Winfrey is like ‘Hey, I just want women to believe in this s—’. F— her. She can s— d— sideways.”

Rock, whose legal name is Robert Ritchie, is a longstanding Oprah hater. In a 2008 interview with The Independent, Rock put Winfrey in the category of his “real-life villain” and said, “I just don’t believe her. Maybe it’s because I’m not one of the 150 million brainwashed women who heed her every word.”

He added a profane tweet Friday afternoon explaining the genesis of the one-sided beef. “My people tried to get me to do The Oprah Winfrey show years ago and her people wanted me to write down 5 reasons why I loved her and her show… I said f— that and her. End of story.”

An avowed Trump supporter who’s dealt with accusations of racism in the past, Rock attempted to downplay any racist overtones to his anti-Oprah stance. First he attacked other talk show hosts Joy Behar and Kathie Lee Gifford. Rock has previously clashed with Behar, who he called a “b—-” on a 2018 episode of “The View,” which Behar co-hosts.

Then, he concluded his bizarre rant with “If you say that, you’re like, ‘Hey, well, pretty sure Kid Rock’s a racist.’ I’m like, OK, fine. F— off. Sideways.”

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