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You probably didn't know this unless you keep up with everything Kid Rock, but the 50-year-old Detroit frontman released a music video for his new song, "Don't Tell Me How To Live".
Released four days ago, the redneck anthem slams woke-ness and cancel culture, where he calls out "snowflakes" and adds a "nation of pussies is our next generation.”
It's very not-good. Have a watch.
Wowee. That's some USA 2021 shit right there.
How has the majority of the internet reacted to it? Well, not good. Comments across YouTube, Reddit, Facebook - pretty much all social media platforms - has seen punters rip the song and video to shreds for being cringe, embarrassing, and just downright awful.
And now the infamous Weird Al Yankovic, a man best known for his excellent parodies of the most popular songs in the world, has entered the "man this song sucks ass" chat.
In a tweet that has since amassed 23k retweets and 180k likes, the parody singer took a moment to address Kid Rock's new vid and to clear the air with anyone confused.
That's some good quality roasting and trolling by Al there. How good.