WATCH: Kid Rock Says He And Trump Confronted Bud Light’s CEO At UFC Battle


In a look on Fox News’Hannity, Rock and Rap singer-songwriter Robert James Ritchie known by his stage name Kid Rock told host Sean Hannity that he and “our preferred president,” Donald J. Trump faced Anheuser-Busch CEO Brendan Ball Whitworth during Trump’s surprise UFC 295 look in New York.

“Mentioning that UFC fight, I’m standing there with our favorite president and somebody comes over like, ‘The CEO of Anheuser-Busch is standing right behind you.’ So I go to POTUS I’m like, ‘Hey, that’s the CEO of Anheuser-Busch.’ Trump’s like, ‘You want to go speak to him?’ I resemble, ‘I do.’ So me and him discuss,” he said.

“We really had a great discussion … I told him that night. I go, ‘You indicated to a lot of individuals, like myself, similar people. Put the trans thing aside for a minute,” he continued.

“By sending that can to the trans kid, you type of indicated to us you support this way of life. And more significantly, men being in ladies’s sports or in my granddaughter’s locker room. The majority of us draw a tough line right there.’… Leave our freaking kids out of it.”

According to the market site Country Rebel, when Hannity described Rock as supporting a boycott of Bud Light Rock interrupted, remedying him: “By the method, I didn’t either.”

“Never ever in my entire life i have actually ever supported a boycott. I’ve never ever called for a shooting or cancellation ever. Even people that I can’t stand. “

He made it extremely clear regardless of his opposing view that he never required a boycott, adding that he only made a declaration against Bud Light and never required public retaliation.

He said,

“I said, ‘What are you doing injecting yourself into this conversation, these polarizing social issues? You might be doing so far more favorable things, just making us laugh and drink beer.”

Rock added, “I said somebody wishes to dress up like a woman and be transgender, a great deal of people combated and craved them to do it. Go for it. We can exist together. You might not be my first dinner welcome and I’m probably not yours. If you are gay, no one cares any longer. You have gay relative, gay buddies and gay coworkers. Cut it out. Just be gay.”

“Be yourself. You’re cool with me. I’m cool with you,” he concluded. “That’s how many people are. But as quickly as you bring our kids into this, that’s where you’re gon na bring hatred into it. Leave our frickin’ kids out of it.”