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WATCH: Kid Rock Has Announced A New Tour — & Already Plans To Cancel If COVID Precautions Continue

WATCH: Kid Rock Has Announced A New Tour — & Already Plans To Cancel If COVID Precautions Continue

“There you go, liberal media. There’s your clickbait for tomorrow. F*** with me.” says Kid Rock, as he announces in a new Facebook video that he won’t honor any tour dates where vaccine or mask mandates are in place. Fear not, though — he says his team has “done our research”, and there’s a consensus that “all of this is gonna be done…by the time we get to your city.”

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – OCTOBER 22: Kid Rock arrives at the final presidential debate between U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden at Belmont University on October 22, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. This is the last debate between the two candidates before the election on November 3. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Kid Rock’s tour starts in April, and he says he’s had to cross some cities in New York and Canada off the list because of vaccine mandates for venues, but in the event that a venue does have a mandate in place by the time he is scheduled to appear, “Trust me, you’ll be getting your money back, because I won’t be showing up either.”

If the video doesn’t show for you above, you can view it on his Facebook page, here.

“If you think I’m gonna sing ‘don’t tell me how to live’ in We The People, and people are out there holding up their f***ing vaccine cards and wearing masks, that s**t ain’t happening.”

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Kid Rock, who has already had to cancel appearances after members of his band were sick with COVID-19, has been working extra-hard at being controversial — or as he says, “uncancelable” — lately, releasing the aforementioned song, We The People, which includes a chant of “Let’s go Brandon” and complaints about mask mandates, as well as the line “F*** CNN, f*** TMZ,” and a call for love and unity.

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