Kid Rock Had to Inject Steroids Before Trump Rally Performance

Some artists are truly determined to play a show, even if they aren’t in the most pristine physical condition. Kid Rock had to inject steroids prior to his recent performance at a Donald Trump Presidential re-election rally, as he’s been suffering from neck issues over the years.

The Trump rally was held in Michigan last night (Sept. 14), and Rock was there to show his support in the form of headlining the event with a concert.

In case anyone is not clear on how much I support our President…” prefaced the musician on an Instagram post of a picture of himself receiving medical treatment. Explaining the reason for the steroid injection, Kid Rock said, “I have been dealing with neck issues for years (from performing like I do for the past 30 years) and spent the morning at the Dr’s office getting 2 Steroid shots, one in my ass and the other in my neck, etc, etc.”

While he acknowledged canceling his performance would have been the logical thing to do, he refused to accept defeat.

“That is how important getting POTUS re-elected is too [sic] me and I could care less about the continuous attacks from the left wing media, etc., that have been going on for over 4 years now,” Rock continued. “It’s the reason I have turned down countless interviews and TV appearances as I refuse to be their click bait.”

Following his political expressions, the musician announced a career-spanning documentary to be released next year, along with new music and “one last monster tour that will kick” his “critics in their ass and give all the love” he has to his fans.

Read the full post below.

Detroit Free Press notes that the performance consisted of four acoustic songs, including his hit “All Summer Long.” Most of the attendees at the rally reportedly were not wearing face masks.

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Kid Rock to Headline Donald Trump Rally in Michigan

Kid Rock will headline a Donald Trump rally today (Sept. 14) in his home state of Michigan. The campaign event for President Trump’s reelection will be held in Clinton Township and will feature Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle.

Kid Rock has been an outspoken Trump supporter since the current president entered the political arena during the 2016 election cycle. The musician has even met with Trump at the White House as the Music Modernization Act was signed.

“There’s a whole lot of people in this country that do give you a lot of credit for everything you’ve been doing for this country,” Kid Rock said. “We know that some people don’t give it to you as much as maybe they should sometimes.”

President Trump won’t be in attendance at Bumpers Landing Boat Club, which sits just outside of Detroit, so Kid Rock will be the featured headliner. The event will begin at 7PM local time and will be the second campaign event for Trump in Michigan in a week. [via Detroit Free Press]

Donald Trump Jr. and Trump senior advisor Kimberly Guilfoyle, who also happens to be Don Jr.’s girlfriend, recently made headlines for their speeches at the 2020 Republican National Convention. Guilfoyle speech was characterized as unhinged by many, especially with the closing line, “Ladies and gentlemen! Leaders and fighters for freedom and liberty and the American Dream! The best! Is yet! To come!”

As for Don Jr., his sweaty demeanor and seemingly dilated pupils inspired the hashtag #CocaineConvention as rumors of cocaine use spread online.

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Kid Rock Seeking Support for CERTS Act to Aid Bus Industry

The music industry has been hit in a variety of ways during the pandemic, and while there have been relief funds set up to aid venues and crew workers, Kid Rock is putting a spotlight on another area of need as well. In a social media post, he has directed fans to help in pushing for the passing of the CERTS (Coronavirus Economic Relief for Transportation Services) Act, helping out the bus and motorcoach companies that help bands get from venue to venue.

Rock writes, “I have been trying to do what I can to help out so many affected by this DAMN COVID CRAP! From bar or health care workers, farmers, musicians or even just donating money to food pantries. The motor coach industry is very close to my heart as well and what we entertainers, bands and crew use to show up in your towns to rock your socks off! I am asking my legions of loyal fans to take 5 minutes and check out the link below. Thank-you! We’re all in this together.
God Bless – Kid Rock.”

The CERTS Act (H.R. 7642) was introduced by Rep. Darin LaHood and cosponsored by Rep. Sires, Albio, Rep. Don Young, and Rep. Alan Lowenthal and its inclusion is in the upcoming legislation addressing pandemic relief. They are seeking $10 billion in relief not only to get buses and motorcoaches moving again, but also to help with payroll, equipment, PPE, rent, leases, insurance and debt services.

This link takes you to a letter that can be sent to your U.S. representative urging them to support the CERTS act and gives you the option to receive emails or text messages about the campaign.

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