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November 17, 2023
Watch: Oh my! Kid Rock says he confronted the CEO of Bud Light at the UFC over the Dylan Mulvaney debacle
Kid Rock opened up about his involvement in the Dylan Mulvaney brewhaha for the first time and shared a surprising note. He confronted the CEO of Anheuser-Busch over it.
Rock was considered the person who started the boycott when he shot up cases of the beer after the company started working with the controversial titface performer. He never called for a boycott, but people assumed. Like when CNN went UNDERCOVER to his Nashville restaurant. Then he was caught drinking the beer.
As the rocker told Hannity, there is a reason he never called for a boycott. Boycotting the beer would have too adverse an effect on the company's middle-class workers. And boycotting would not affect the people responsible for who, as MugClub exposed, were flying people to Cannes.
I know people who work [at the company], and it's not so cool to be wearing around that blue shirt anymore, going places. This is why they have a problem right now. It's like, I can let the thing go. ... What do you want, hold their head under water and drown them and kill people's jobs? I don't want to do that.
Rock claims to have confronted the CEO of Anheuser-Busch when he was at a recent UFC event with the former president. Bud Light made news when it worked out a deal with the UFC that would make it the fighting league's biggest sponsor ever, to the tune of a hundred million dollars.
They have a great conversation about how and why everything started.
[The CEO] signaled to a lot of people like myself, like-minded people … you kind of signaled to us you support this lifestyle. And more importantly, like men being in women’s sports. They’re in my granddaughter's locker room. Most of us draw a hard line right there.
I maintain the same stance I've taken the entire time. All of these companies are owned by global corporations run by people who look down on you. If you like beer, almost everywhere you live in America, you can find a few local breweries where a) the beer is better, b) your money is staying in your community, and c) even if you and the brewer vote for different people, they don't hate you over it.
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