‘Drunk Man’s Words Are A Sober Man’s Thoughts’: Kid Rock Stands By Racist 2019 Oprah Winfrey Rant

Country rocker and rapper Kid Rock have not apologized for his crude remarks about women in the media, stating that he does “not apologize to anybody” during an interview with Fox Nation anchor Tucker Carlson. Back in 2019, the “American Bad Ass” attacked Oprah Winfrey by taking her name during an event in Nashville.

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Country rocker Kid Rock
Country rocker Kid Rock

Kid Rock (Robert James Ritchie) Mentioned “I Own What I Said”

During the recent episode of Tucker Carson Originals on Fox Nation, Robert James Ritchie (51) was having a conversation with Joy Behar. In the middle of the interview, the rapper echoed that:

A drunk man’s words are a sober man’s thoughts — I own what I said.

While some people have been very critical of the famous rocker, others have taken his side.

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Robert James Ritchie AKA Kid Rock
Robert James Ritchie AKA Kid Rock

Last year, TMZ released a video that caught Robert James Ritchie AKA Kid Rock at a restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee. In the video, it looks like he’s drunk and ranting about something but nobody knows for sure because he’s asking for a microphone to be given to him so apparently he could explain himself to the crowd. He was eventually escorted offstage by the venue’s security team.

He Tried To Prove That He Wasn’t A Racist

While having a conversation with Joy Behar, Rock echoed how his comment didn’t make him a racist. He mentioned:

I’m not a bad guy, I’m just an honest guy, saying I don’t like Oprah Winfrey or Joy Behar.

Kid Rock on the recent episode of Tucker Carlson Originals
Kid Rock on the recent episode of Tucker Carlson Originals

Despite the amount of heat that this controversy is going through, the famous musician is sticking to his point. With that being said, in the end, he mentioned that he won’t apologize to anybody.

I’m not an Oprah Winfrey fan. I got drunk and f- – -in’ next thing, I’m on stage [saying] ‘f- -k’ Oprah.

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This is obviously not the first time that Rock has double-downed on controversial comments. In an incident last year, he responded to backlash over his homophobic slurs by repeating the same insult that got him trouble in the first place.

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