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Kid Rock Wages Fur-Wearing War With PETA

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Gosh, Kid Rock is soooo cool. APRIL FRIGIN FOOLS!!! The marginally-talented “singer” recently told Britain’s Sunday Mail, “I want to go to war with PETA. My biggest extravagance is fur coats – I’ve got every kind of animal in my wardrobe.”

Rock is known for both his love of hunting and fur-wearing ways, and there are even rumors that his refusal to give up fur was one of the reasons Pamela Anderson filed for divorce

The rocker also spoke out against PETA’s previous red paint campaigns and urged the group to try the same protest with him. He adds: “I’m just willing the animal rights protesters to chuck some red paint on me. I understand people’s problems with it but to throw paint on someone is just wrong. They do it to little Hollywood actresses who can’t defend themselves.” Doesn’t he know that flour’s the new paint?

What do you think about Kid Rock’s fur-loving ways? Does this totally gross you out or are you still excited about buying his next album? Chime in and share your thoughts!!!

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  • DeRosset

    An ass hole with money and (debatebly) talent is still an ass hole. Kid Rock is no exception.

  • You Ain’t No Sanjaya

    Nice of Kid Rock to go out of his way to release a statement to PETA, just I case his daily behavior was too subtle, and his totally cuntiness went unnoticed.

  • You Ain’t No Sanjaya

    Pam Anderson is very active in various animal rights groups. I have to wonder if this was one of the reasons they broke up?

  • Helena Frangogiannis

    He is one more serial killer who is also trying to defend fur… what do you expect from a sad freak like him?

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