Kid Rock does nothing about his words when it comes to his thoughts about Taylor Swift on social media.
Rock, 48, slammed the “Reputation” singer in a recent tweet for telling her political beliefs and why she has become more vocal about issues that matter to her.
“Taylor Swift wants to be a democrat because she wants to be in movies … period,” wrote Kid, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, Friday.
Rock then implied that Swift, 29, would perform a sexually suggestive act to get into the “grace of” Hollyweird before concluding that it was “the oldest move in the book. Good luck girl.”
His offensive comments came after Swift’s cover story about the September issue of Vogue fell on Thursday. During the interview, she explained why she was not politically active during the 2016 presidential campaign.
“Unfortunately, in the 2016 elections, you had a political opponent who armed the idea of approving celebrities,” said Swift, referring to President Trump. “He went around and said: I am a man of the people. I am for you. I care for you.” I just knew I wouldn’t help. “
“Also, you know, the summer before those elections, all people said,” She’s calculated. She is manipulative. She is not what she seems. She is a snake. She is a liar, “” Swift recalled her own reputation in the last half of 2016.
These are exactly the same insults that people hurled at Hillary. Would I be an approval or would I be an obligation? ‘Look, snakes from a feather come together. Look, the two lying women. The two filthy women. “Literally millions of people said I should disappear. So I disappeared. In many ways, “she added.
Since the 2016 elections, Swift has made its opinion widely known. She recently said that her upcoming seventh studio album, Lover, will have political overtones and in the 2018 mid-term elections she publicly endorsed the Tennessee Democrats Phil Bredesen for Senate and Jim Cooper for the House of Representatives.
“In the past I was reluctant to publicly express my political opinions, but because of various events in my life and in the world over the past two years, I now feel very different about it,” she wrote on Instagram in October 2018. “I have always and always voted on the basis of which candidate will protect and fight for human rights that I believe we all deserve in this country.”
Swift’s activism also includes pronouncing violence against weapons in March 2018 and making a donation to March For Our Lives prior to the organization’s meeting in Washington D.C.
In 2019, she made a $ 113,000 donation to the Tennessee Equality Project, which advocates supporting LGBTQ + rights through inclusive legislation, and was an active part of Pride Month in June in which she dropped a new issue, “You Need to Calm Down “focused on homophobia.
Swift reasoned in her Vogue interview: ‘Rights are being scrapped from basically anyone who is not a straight white cisgender male. Until recently I did not realize that I could argue for a community that I am not part of. “
Kid’s comment is destroyed by users on Twitter who call the musician “sexist” and “not original.”
“Can’t figure out why you would feel the need to be so vengeful … I think it just caused white garbage isogyny in action,” one person wrote.
Another said, “We knew it was because you are sexist, ignorant and dripping with jealousy for a more successful musician. You have proven who you are for everyone.”
“Actually, the oldest trick in the book is to assume that a woman can only succeed if she sleeps her way to the top. Your insult is boring, tired, overused, outdated lazy. Next?” someone else voiced.