Kіd Roсk Unveils Primary Factor Why Performers Conform to Wokeness: It’s All About Their Affiliations.

Kіd Roсk Unveils Primary Factor Why Performers Conform to Wokeness: It’s All About Their Affiliations.

Kid Rock had a chat with Tucker Carlson on Monday night. TMZ reports that they also hung out at Rock’s Nashville bar and started a “Let’s Go, Brandon” chant. Surprisingly, none of you bothered to take out your smartphones to record it, which shows immense disrespect for us content creators. How impolite!

By now, I’m certain you’ve seen the brief clip of Kid asserting his un-cancellable status. He actually delves into how to navigate the entire culture as an artist.

Kid Rock tells Tucker Carlson that he is beyond canceling.

“Because they’re in cahoots with record companies and corporate deals, and structures at every level. If someone tries to block me here or there, I’ll find an alternative route.”

Consider the celebrities who most fearlessly defy Twitter’s outrage: Dave Chappelle, JK Rowling, Joe Rogan. They also possess a vault full of wealth they swim in like Scrooge McDuck. While Kid Rock might not make Joe Rogan money, he still does well for himself. They are their own bosses. They aren’t beholden to corporations and PR teams dangling sacks of money over their heads like dog treats.

Chappelle offered excellent advice during his appearance on Inside the Actors Studio years ago. When he first started, he aimed to earn as much from comedy as his father did as a teacher, and when he achieved that, he considered himself successful. His father agreed but advised him to “name his price” from the beginning. If “making it” ever became “more expensive” than that price, he should get out. Or, even Kid Rock put it, find a way around it.

Too few artists and celebrities ever established their value from the start. It shows when they promptly retreat whenever Twitter gets upset about something.