This week, protesters gathered at the Detroit Historical Museum to ask Kid Rock to stop flying the Confederate flag during his shows.
The call to action comes hot on the heels of last month's tragic massacre in Charleston, South Carolina, which was sadly motivated by racism.
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But he has a message for all the people criticizing him. He's just not going to deliver it himself.
Instead, he enlisted the help of FOX correspondent Megyn Kelly.
The TV personality shared his statement on the air, but she had to tweak it a little to make it family-friendly. She relayed:
"This is a quote. He said, 'Please tell the people who are protesting to, quote, 'kiss my'…ask me some questions—I modified that for cable TV."
So basically if you want to call out the rocker for flying the flag, he would like you to instead kiss his musical derriere.
Kid has used the controversial banner on stage before, but it's not clear if he'll be displaying it at his upcoming concert in Virginia Beach on Friday.
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]
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