Kid Rock has gotten himself in trouble after insulting "The View" co-host Joy Behar, who immediately issued a reply during the show.
On Friday, November 30, 2018, during a live segment on "Fox & Friends," the singer was interviewed by host Steve Doocy and called Behar the b-word.
As reported by the USA Today, the insult got Rock kicked out of the Nashville's Christmas Parade, where he was supposed to be grand marshal.
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"You come for one of us, you come for all of us."
During the interview, after the rocker said the offensive word, Doocy was forced to step in and reprimand him.
Rock then corrected himself, saying that he meant to use the word 'lady' instead of the vulgar one, adding that, as Americans, they should all have different ideas, 'move forward and be more together.'
At one point, Doocy asked Rock if he was apologizing for the offensive language and the singer confirmed it but said that it the apology was only for the language, not the sentiment.
Behar's reaction wasn't nearly as heated as her colleagues' on the show, especially Sunny Hostin, who warned the singer that by coming for Behar, he was coming for all of them.
SHOVED TO THE SIDELINES
Rock was even dared to appear on the show by Behar and 'have a beer' with the ladies, but, so far, there hasn't been a response from the musician.
As a consequence, the Nashville Christmas Parade organizers replaced Rock with James Shaw Jr., the Waffle House shooting hero, as the grand marshal.
AN ACT OF BRAVERY
Shaw Jr. put his life on the line by wrestling 29-year-old Travis Reinking, the shooter, who was holding an AR-15 rifle and saving many lives in the process.
But even though he has been hailed a hero, the young man doesn't like to think of himself as one, claiming that he was only trying to get out of the situation and took the opportunity when he saw it.