Kid Rock‘s Nashville Bar is still serving Bud Light despite the singer blasting its brewer Anheuser-Busch after the Dylan Mulvaney controversy.
Earlier this year, transgender TikTok influencer Mulvaney shared a video of herself participating in Bud Light’s Easy Carry Contest for the end of the NCAA’s March Madness.
Kid Rock got offended by this campaign and uploaded a video in which he shoots 12-packs of Bud Light with a semi-automatic rifle as he yells “f**k Bud Light, and f**k Anheuser-Busch.”
However, according to CNN reporter Ryan Young the bar at Rock’s Honky Tonk Rock & Roll Steakhouse is still stocked with the company’s products.
According to Young’s report, it is still unclear whether a ban had been lifted or if one had ever been put in place.
Kid Rock wasn’t the only person upset with Bud Light’s partnership with Mulvaney. Travis Tritt took Anheuser-Busch products off his tour rider, while Beach Boys‘ Mike Love spoke about it before a recent performance of the “gender specific” song “Surfer Girl.”
Country singer John Rich also pledged to pull Bud Light from his Nashville bar Redneck Riviera.
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