Kid Rock Opens Detroit Arena With No Political Announcement
Sep 13 2017 by Francis Osborne
The paper argued that Webster's column was an opinion piece, separate from its news coverage, and said the newsroom has given fair coverage from several angles to the debut of the Little Caesar's Arena.
Steve Neavling of Motor City Muckraker reports that some Kid Rock fans have posted threats on social media against the protesters.
While he continues to play the "Will He?" or "Won't He" dance with the great people of the state of MI over the upcoming race for U.S. Senate, Kid Rock remains pretty busy handling the duties of his day job, performing in arenas across the country.
Kid Rock opens at Little Caesars Arena, Detroit's new sports arena, Tuesday night, September 12, 2017, after two months of teasing a potential Republican run for U.S. Senate in MI.
Kid Rock's real name is Robert Ritchie. He added that, "To be published without doing any fact checking on what Kid Rock has done for the city of Detroit?".
Earlier this month, Kid Rock conducted a campaign speech in the middle of his concert in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in which he touched on Nazis, the KKK, and single mothers who "can't even take care of themselves".
Among the protesters was Reverend Charles Williams II of the National Action Network.
Tuesday was the first night of a six-night concert series by performer Kid Rock - opening the recently completed Little Caesars Arena.
Ticket Down delivers tickets to sold out concerts and events worldwide when no one else can, and they do so at discounted prices. "They are trying to use the old confederate flag (issue), etc.to stir the pot, when we all know none of this would be going on if I were not thinking of running for office".
Kid Rock is the king of Detroit music venues.
ESPN's Jemele Hill, co-anchor of the network's flagship show, "SportsCenter", said Rock "loves black people so much that he pandered to racists by using a flag that unquestionably stands for dehumanizing black people".