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“There's two kinds of beer in this world, cold and free,” Kid Rock told Joe Rogan on an episode of Rogan's podcast that aired Thursday. “And I like them both.”

The controversial singer is being slammed as a hypocrite for returning to his infamous Bud Light protest against transgender TikTok personality Dylan Mulvaney.

Kid Rock became the face of a boycott that cost Anheuser-Busch staggering sums of money when he shredded Bud Light cans with an AR-15-style rifle.

“Grandpa's feeling a little funny today,” he said in the viral video.

“Let me say something to all of you and be as clear and concise as possible,” he said before opening fire. “F*ck Bud Light. It was Anheuser-Busch!”

“Bud Light's largely conservative consumer base abandoned the brand and its parent company, Anheuser-Busch, for months and cost the brand serious revenue.” Fox News Digital reports “Last month, it was reported that Bud Light's annual revenue was still down nearly 30% nearly a year after the partnership began.”

What a difference some time can make.

Back in April, when Kid Rock lit up Bud Light cases, it was “F*ck Bud Light.”

In August, they saw him drinking the drink awakened at a concert.

And on Thursday, he described his bold stance against beer as a “machine gun tantrum.”

“Wow, come on!” he moaned, pretending to be himself. “They want to let boys play girls' sports. Go!”

Few found it amusing.

“Damn,” one user wrote on X. “Joe Rogan and Kid Rock both ran out of Bud Light real quick.”

“This is why you shouldn't care what a celebrity thinks about anything,” said the disappointed user. “They only have thoughts for money.”

But Kid Rock wasn't just sold on Bud Light. Now he's discussing it with Anheuser-Busch CEO Brendan Whitworth. The two were introduced by none other than Donald Trump at a UFC event.

“We became friends,” Kid Rock told Rogan, who agreed that Whitworth is “a good guy.”

“He's a great guy,” the rocker said. “After five minutes of talking to him, I'm with Trump, there at Dana's [White] green room I go to Trump, I say, 'See that guy behind me?' I'm like, “That's the CEO of Bud Light, uh, Anheuser-Busch.” And Trump says, “Do you want to go talk to him?” that, in my mind, Trump said, “You want to go with him?” And I say, 'Yes. Absolutely.'”

The singer said he and Whitworth had “a great conversation” and that's all it took.

Forget the Harvard-educated Whitworth ex-CIA or that he was cool with pushing the myth that Dylan Mulvaney is a “girl,” Whitworth, Kid Rock learned, loves to hunt. At his invitation, the CEO even visited the singer's home in Nashville.

The revelation didn't change viewers' minds.

“Joe Rogan calls people boycotting Bud Light 'losers' and Kid Rock calls them 'trolls' and refers to Bud Light's former CIA chief as a 'big F*$kn boy,'” he said a user at X. “Sorry, the boycott continues.”

“I use [V]eebs,” the user added, referring to a values-based shopping app, “to make it super easy not to give money to people who hate me and my values.”


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