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Kid Rock says upcoming tour won't include any stops where there are COVID-19 vaccine mandates

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Kid Rock will embark on a tour later this year, but he says that he will not be playing at any venues where there are COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

In a video, the musician said that "we've done all our research on this," noting that "the consensus says that all this is gonna be done ... if there are any they're gonna be gone by the time we get to your city. If they're not, trust me ... you'll be gettin' your money back, cuz I won't be showing up either."

Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, indicated that he won't be performing songs like "Don't Tell Me How to Live" and "We the People" as people are holding vaccine cards and sporting masks: "That s*** ain't happenin,'" he declared.

He noted, "we actually scratched Buffalo, New York off the list," due to that issue, as well as "Toronto, Canada, and several other cities" that were being looked at.

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He recently released a song titled "We the People" that includes lyrics such as "Wear your mask, take your pills / Now a whole generation's mentally ill."

The song also includes the popular anti-Biden phrase, "Let's Go Brandon," which emerged last year as a euphemism for the profane expression "F*** Joe Biden."

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