Fans gush as Kid Rock drops profanity-laden single bashing 'millennial snowflakes'

Kid Rock announced his new single and video 'Don’t Tell Me How to Live' on Twitter with a cover photo featuring the Statue of Liberty wearing a face mask. “F**k all you hoes,” he yells


                            Fans gush as Kid Rock drops profanity-laden single bashing 'millennial snowflakes'
Kid Rock in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on October 11, 2018, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Oliver Contreras - Pool/Getty Images)

Kid Rock was applauded by fans after he made a sensational return to the music scene with the lease of a new explicit hard rock single that rages against millennial "snowflakes."

The 50-year-old rocker announced his new single and video 'Don’t Tell Me How to Live' on Twitter a day prior to its Friday release with a cover photo featuring the Statue of Liberty wearing a face mask. “F**k all you hoes,” he yells at the beginning of the song featuring Monster Truck, adding “Detroit ’till I die motherf***ers." The singer-songwriter and rapper is known to be a fervent supporter of former President Donald J Trump.

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The self-taught performer, of Romeo, Michigan, railed against the coddling of the future generations noting how “every kid got a motherf****ing trophy” and that it contributed to turning the US into a “nation of p***ies.” He raps, “A nation of pussies is our next generation / And these minions and their agendas / Every opinion has a millennial offended. But this Amendment One it rings true / And if you don’t dissent, bitch, then see Number Two.”

Kid Rock attends Kentucky Derby 144 on May 5, 2018, in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for Chruchill Downs)

 

The song also takes aim at Kid Rock's critics, telling them to “kiss my a**” and “suck a d**k sideways.” He continues, “My way or the highway, listen up / Ain’t nothing changed here, I still don’t give a f**k. So what the f**k’s up with all the backlash / You snowflakes, here’s a newsflash.” “Ain’t nobody gonna tell me how to live,” Monster Truck’s lead singer Jon Harvey joins in on the chorus. That said, Kid Rock saved the most sensational verse in the song for last, comparing himself to the likes of Bruce Springsteen. “I’m like Reverend Run or David Lee Roth / Like Springsteen b****h, I’m the motherf**king boss,” he states. “James Dean, s**t / I’m more like Brad Pitt / A little less pretty but I slang more d**k.”

The music video features Kid Rock, real name Robert James Ritchie, riding a giant middle finger into space while clutching a bottle of alcohol and a gun. The latest single came after the rocker revealed his plans to release a 50-track album, albeit his plans haven't materialized amid the pandemic. The record is said to include 10 hip-hop tracks, 10 country tracks, 10 rock tracks, and 20 unreleased songs, according to the Detroit Free Press.



 

 

Fans of the 'All Summer Long' hitmaker gushed at his newest single.

"So glad the Bull God is back. All you young millennials (a generation who by now are age 30 and above) can chew on this!" podcaster Sam Roberts tweeted.

"After watching this a Natty ice and pack of Marlboro reds magically appeared on my coffee table," one Twitter user quipped.

"This will be played at lots of bonfires with lots of Busch Light!" another added.

"Wow. I actually like a Kid Rock song! Also, he still looks the same as like 10 years ago!" someone else wrote.

"When a rocker from years ago makes a song about current events it usually sucks and is incredibly embarrassing to watch. Kid Rock pulls it off here. The song works! Very old-school Kid sounding," another chimed in.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

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