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November 03, 2023
Dolly Parton still REFUSES to cancel Kid Rock, even though the media keeps trying: "I love Kid Rock"
Kid Rock is at a point in his career where the media is going to force anyone who works with him to justify it because he has "bad" political opinions. Dolly Parton is at a point where she doesn't care and bless the hearts of anyone who asks. Yet because she recorded a song with Rock for her new album, here we are.
Part of it concerns a controversy I missed a few months ago. Around the time of the Bud Light/Dylan Mulvaney brewhaha, Dolly released the details of her Rockstar album that is due out in a few weeks. The album is ridiculous. It's twenty-one songs of Dolly covering rock anthems. I won't list all the artists she worked with. I'll just say she reunited Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to cover "Let It Be," and you can work your way down the list from there.
One of the songs has her dueting with Kid Rock. Rock, as you know, shot up cases of Bud Light once the partnership with the controversial titface performer was announced. Then he had nothing to say about it until he was caught drinking a Bud Light. But it was still enough for Twitter/X users to demand Dolly denounce working with him, which she did not do back in July.
Somebody was talking to me the other day, “How could you do this [song] with Kid?” I said, “Hey, just because I love you don’t mean I don’t love Kid Rock. Just because I love Kid Rock don’t mean I don’t love you.” I don’t condemn or criticize. I just accept and love.
Because Dolly Parton is a grown-up, and that's the way grownups act. She also told the reporter she thinks cancel culture is terrible.
Which on a side note, it's becoming more and more clear most cancel culture outrage was manufactured by the commie AF Twitter employees who controlled what trended before Elon Musk took over. I'm a very online person who a) is on Twitter/X all day for work, b) has been covering the Bud Light/Dylan Mulvaney brewhaha thoroughly, and c) has had Dolly's album preordered since May. I had no idea such a Dolly Parton controversy existed a few months ago. If Twitter 1.0 had its way, we all would have, and they would have attempted to cancel her as well.
I didn't even realize Kid Rock was on the album until I read about this on Whiskey Riff. Dolly jams with Nikki Sixx, Steve Perry, and Rob F'n Halford from Judas Priest. Bob Ritchie fell through the cracks.
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