Kid Rock, Ted Nugent Record Song Telling Confederate Flag Detractors Exactly What They Can Kiss

If you were to guess the title of a song featuring the combined talents of Detroit legends Kid Rock and Ted Nugent, it would probably be something like, “Kiss My Rebel A–.”

And so it should surprise exactly no one that that is, in fact, the name of their upcoming collaboration, according to Conservative Frontline.

The song, according to the website, is a response to those who have asked the rockers to stop displaying the Confederate flag at their concerts.

Related: Is Kid Rock Doubling Down on Red State Politics?

Last Monday, Reverend Al Sharpton’s National Action Network’s Michigan chapter protested outside the Detroit Historical Museum, which houses a Kid Rock exhibit, demanding the singer stop waiving the Confederate flag on stage. In a statement to Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, Rock relayed a message to those upset back home in his native Detroit: “Please tell the people who are protesting to kiss my a–.”

The Nuge saw the segment on Fox and reached out to Kid Rock to collaborate on a response to the protestors.

What did Nugent say?

 

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