Weird Al steps forward to dismiss Kid Rock parody video: “It’s not me. It’s actually Kid Rock.”

In his latest video, “Don’t Tell Me How to Live,” Kid Rock hovers through the air, hugging the raised middle finger of a giant bird that tilts as he grabs a gun. Mr. Rock also boasts of “ripping lines” while pretending to sneeze a drug, comparing himself to David Lee Roth, Bruce Springsteen, James Dean and Brad Pitt (“a little less handsome, but I slang more cock”), and testifies to “being more outrageous than the Vegas strip.”

The video is so ridiculous that Weird Al Yankovic felt the need to make a public statement.

To anyone who’s congratulating me right now on my new Kid Rock parody video, let me be clear – it’s not me. It’s actually Kid Rock.

Mr. Rock has done an admirable piece of work that appeals to working class fans, given the fact that he was born into a wealthy family and grew up in a life of privileges:

Kid Rock was born Robert James Ritchie in Romeo, Michigan, on January 17, 1971, the son of Susan and William Ritchie, who owned several car dealerships. He was raised in his father’s 5,628 square feet (522.9 m)2) home on a 6-acre (2.4-acre) property where he regularly helped his family pick apples and look after their horses.

Is this a thing? Source: YouTube screengrab

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