Struggle rapper-turned-struggle rocker Kid Rock was interviewed by Rolling Stone magazine in which he waved a gun and used the N-word.


Kid Rock encouraged his fans to "call me a racist" in part because he disagrees with Colin Kaepernick's protest of the American flag and doesn't like being reminded that "black lives matter."

DETROIT (AP) — Kid Rock is teaming up with a Detroit church to give away hundreds of gift baskets and retail gift certificates to needy families in the area where he got his start and still calls home. The musician’s nonprofit organization joined Hartford Memorial Baptist Church on Wednesday to distribute 100 gift certificates for […]

DETROIT — Kid Rock is known as a champion for Detroit — proudly displaying the Motor City in music videos, jumping in when an area summer festival fell on hard times and using money from his “Made in Detroit” clothing line to help start a college fund for local music students. His work as a […]

In one of the most interesting “What the hayell” moments in recent memory, the NAACP Detroit branch has announced that they plan to give singer Kid Rock an award at their annual Great Expectations Dinner, which typically draws 10,000 participants.  The dinner is going to be held on May 1, and if recent protests are […]

Kid Rock appeared in a DeKalb County courthouse in Decatur, Georgia, on Thursday to testify in a lawsuit stemming from a 2007 fight at a Waffle House restaurant, the Associated Press reports. Rock, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, testified that he didn’t hit Harlen Akins and that a fight hadn’t even occurred until […]