Kid Rock ‘pulls gun out’ and uses ‘racial slurs’ in trainwreck interview

Kid Rock is accused of "pulling a gun" in front of a journalist before using racist insults during a train accident interview.  

During an interview with Rolling Stone, the far-right rocker allegedly pointed a gun at the writer and used the N-word many times.

Last month, writer David Peisner visited the notorious singer, 53, at his Nashville home for

the conversation centered on politics and his steadfast support for Donald Trump, whom he referred to as his "bestie".

However, after consuming wine and "at least three or four" cocktails, the rapper allegedly became "drunk and belligerent".

"He's sitting in a dark leather chair, ranting at me over something or other, when he reaches under the seat, pulls out a black revolver,

swings it around to make some sort of point," Peisner recounted Rock saying: "And I got a f**king gun right here if I need it! "I've got them everywhere!"

Rock, a well-known supporter of former President and 2024 presidential candidate Donald Trump, called the businessman-turned-politician his "bestie."  

"You think I like Trump because he's a nice guy?" Rock stated. "I am not electing a church deacon. That motherf**ker loves to win  

He enjoys cheating in his f**king golf game. I want that guy on my team. I want the person who says, 'I'm going to fight with you.'"

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