Story at a glance:
- Kid Rock called his own fans the f–t word on Pride month.
- He doubled down on his use of the word in a tweet that spoke in third-person.
- He has a history of saying foul words towards people he does not like.
Kid Rock, whose real name is Bob Ritchie, angrily yelled out a homophobic slur at a Tennessee performance and again on social media.
The alternative rock ‘n' roll star doubled down on his usage of the word, on Pride Month no less, saying anyone who was offended by the word “f-----” is also one too, People Magazine reported.
"If Kid Rock using the word f----- offends you, good chance you are one," the 50-year-old Michigan native born Robert Ritchie tweeted in third-person.
"Either way, I know he has a lot of love for his gay friends and I will have a talk with him. Have a nice day. -Bob Ritchie."
The incident started during a private performance at FishLipz Bar & Grill in Smithville, Tenn., over the weekend. Ritchie and his management reportedly warned attendees to not record him. Some of the patrons did not listen. As phones were recording him, a visibly upset Ritchie got aggressive mid-performance and cursed out his fans using the aforementioned word, a TMZ video shows.
"F--- your iPhone, yeah," Ritchie said on camera as he pointed to his crotch in a rude gesture to his disobedient fans. "You can post this. You can post this dick right now. F------ f---- with your phones out."
Ritchie, who publicly endorsed former President Trump, has a history of saying foul things to people like Oprah Winfrey and Joy Behar. When confronted about his behavior, Ritchie blamed it on his drinking, according to TMZ Live.
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