Joy Behar Invites Kid Rock on ‘The View’ After Fox News Remarks

Joy Behar Invites Kid Rock on ‘The View’ After Fox News Remarks

Prior to the announcement about Shaw being honored, Nashville Mayor David Briley said he was "leaning toward" skipping the event if Kid Rock remained the grand marshal.

While discussing politics on Fox and Friends on Friday morning, Kid Rock said that we're all Americans, "except I'd say, 'Screw that Joy Behar b*tch'".

Kid Rock insisted he was joking, and tried to followup his comment with an explanation. And I would say, you know, love everybody except - except I'd say screw that Joy Behar bitch.

"I just wish he practiced what he preaches just as we should all practice what we preach", McCain said.

Kid Rock was replaced by Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr.

Early in the morning, Rock addressed the situation on his Facebook page, expressing his intent to still enjoy the parade. Co-host Ainsley Earhardt added when she next appeared, "We do need to apologize. We don't condone that language".

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On Friday night, Kid Rock chose to elaborate on why he chose to step down willingly, and also why he refuses to apologize for saying the things that he did during his appearence on Fox and Friends.

Well, it's officially the end of the line for Kid Rock in the Nashville Christmas Parade after controversy on Friday. "The choice of Grand Marshal evokes neither the spirit of Christmas nor the inclusivity I think represents the best of Nashville".

Steve Smith, who owns several Nashville bars that are parade co-organizers, vowed Rock would retain his honorary title.

Shaw, an electrical technical, achieved internet stardom after he confronted a gunman during an April 2018 shooting at a Tennessee Waffle House that left four dead. Rock doubled down on his statement and refused to apologize to Behar.

Behar has been a very vocal critic of U.S. President Donald Trump, calling the day when Rock, fellow musician Ted Nugent and politician Sarah Palin visited the White House "the saddest day in the history of the White House since the British burned it to the ground in 1814".

Shortly after the incident, Behar responded on her show. "Fox had to apologize for something".

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