Kid Rock Has Made More Than $30 Million From Bud Light’s Mistake


Anheuser-Busch may still be reeling from their recent marketing mishap, but the story takes a different turn for the rockstar Kid Rock. According to his publicist, Joe Barron, the beer company's misfortune has turned into a golden opportunity for the musician, generating a staggering $30 million in earnings and counting.

In an exclusive interview with Larry Lubiner, the president of Kid Rock's Facebook Fan Club, the artist himself expressed that the moment of shooting those cans was nothing short of monumental. He described it as the pinnacle of his career, unleashing about 30 rounds on three cases of beer, accompanied by some shotgun shelling for added effect. Remarkably, their accuracy resulted in hitting two cases, achieving an impressive 38 percent success rate.

Since that unforgettable moment, Kid Rock's trajectory has been on an upward spiral. First, he secured a lucrative deal with Pabst, securing over $120 million for their brews to accompany his "No Snowflakes" tour. Following this success, he further solidified his position in the beverage industry by signing with American Patriot beer, although the details of this partnership remain undisclosed.

While Kid Rock basks in his newfound superstar status, Anheuser-Busch's fortunes seem to be heading in the opposite direction. Despite experiencing conservative backlash in 2017, the company appears to have failed to learn from its past mistakes. As a result, they are currently facing imminent disaster, while Kid Rock continues to shine brightly as a symbol of American stardom. Truly, God Bless America.