How on earth does Kid Rock drive a “Let’s Go Brandon” Rolls-Royce?
Did he pay extra to have the luxury car company make a model slamming Joe Biden?
No, not exactly.
Yes, Kid Rock has an actual Rolls-Royce car, but the “Let’s Go Brandon” edition placard isn’t real.
He actually got that part online, but it looks super real.
“You go on this thing called Google, and you type in ‘car badges,’” said Rock, talking to Carlson in his Nashville studio where he recorded his new album “Bad Reputation,” which was released Monday.
That album features “We the People,” a track built around a chanted chorus of “Let’s Go Brandon.” When Rock found the signature car badge online, “I’m like, there is a heaven. This is too good,” said Rock, who puffed on a cigar throughout the interview with the Fox News host.
Rock said normally, “I would never drive a foreign car,” but he wanted the Rolls because he had a Waffle House license plate holder that needed a car to go on it.
The Rolls, he says, fit the bill.
As for the foreign wheels, Rock — whose father was an auto dealer in Metro Detroit — said, “I’m in Nashville, so I’m not in Detroit.”
You can watch the video below:
Below is the full interview, if you’d like to watch it. It’s great.
There’s no denying that Kid Rock is an America First patriot, and he and President Trump are good friends and golf together often.
As someone who lives in Michigan, I hope one day to see Kid Rock come back home and run for political office.
I think he’d be great and would represent the working-class perfectly, just like President Trump does, Rolls Royce and all.
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