Kid Rock wasn't afraid to show his Republican pride during the presidential election, but apparently that doesn't mean all of the GOP's policies sit well with the rocker.
You may have heard that the musician has been planning to try and hook fans up by selling concert tickets for his tour this summer with ZZ Top, Uncle Kracker and Kool & the Gang for just $20 (and beer for just $4), but he's running into some trouble due to ticketing fees and the fact that some states have outlawed paperless ticketing.
And guess who was behind that idea?
"That's one of the times I'm f--king embarrassed to be a Republican," he tells Rolling Stone. "It's f--king Republican lawmakers passing those laws, you dumbasses. They already did it in New York and they're trying to do it in Michigan. I've even called some of those guys to try and stop it."
The rocker also shared his anger with Ticketmaster. "They're taking a f--king five-dollar service charge," he says. "It's 25 percent of the f--king ticket! That's f--ked up, but I've beaten them up as much as I can. Then Walmart stepped in and agreed to charge just $20, and it includes parking."
Walmart for the win.
Tickets for Kid Rock's show go on sale tomorrow through Live Nation.