BREAKING: Kid Rock shoots boxes of Bud Light after beer features Dylan Mulvaney as spokesperson

“F*ck Bud Light and f*ck Anheuser Busch. Have a terrific day.”

American singer, songwriter, and rapper Kid Rock posted a video Monday night of him shooting cases of Bud Light in response to Anheuser-Busch featuring trans TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney as the spokesperson for the beer.

In the video, Rock faces the camera and says, “Grandpa is feeling a little frisky today. Let me say something to all of you and be as clear and concise as possible.”

The rapper then turns and opens fire on several cases of Bud Light set up as targets at a distance, pulverizing them.

Rock then turns back towards the camera and says, “F*ck Bud Light and f*ck Anheuser Busch. Have a terrific day.”

Bud Light printed cans with Mulvaney's likeness in celebration of Mulvaney's 365 Days of Girlhood project, a signifying that Mulvaney, a grown adult male, has been pretending to be a "girl" for an entire year.

In Mulvaney's "365 Days of Girlhood" project, Mulvaney released TikTok videos documenting the "journey" from presenting as a gay male to presenting as a gay male in women's clothing which included facial feminization surgery and publicly taking estrogen. 

Mulvaney has used the project to become a social media influencer and has even met with President Joe Biden at the White House and received a letter of congratulations from Vice President Kamala Harris.

During the project, Mulvaney was tapped to be the spokesperson for various women's products, including Kate Spade's women's spring line of dresses, handbags, and shoes, Maybelline, Ulta, and Kitchen Aid along with Tampax, despite Mulvaney not being capable of menstruation. 

Despite the fame, Mulvaney has complained that dating as trans has not been easy, even though Mulvaney previously claimed to be attractive enough to be a "husband stealer."

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