Kid Rock hurled a homophobic slur at the crowd (Picture: Getty Images)
Kid Rock has been filmed shouting a homophobic slur while on stage at a performance, lashing out at the crowd.
The singer and rapper was filmed during an expletive-filled rant as he responded to a fan who had started filming him.
‘F**k your iPhone!’ the musician – real name Robert James Ritchie – shouted, giving the attendee the middle finger in a video obtained by TMZ.
Gesturing at his crotch, Kid Rock sang: ‘You can post this, you can post this d**k right now.’
He went on to call the crowd a homophobic slur.
The site reports that he was performing at FishLipz Bar & Grill in Smithville, Tennessee.
It’s thought that security was asking people to put down their phones, but he decided to tell attendees himself.
The musician is a controversial figure (Picture: Getty)
It’s not the first time the 50-year-old has caused controversy with his onstage outbursts, after he hurled insults at chat show host Oprah Winfrey at a performance in 2019.
The crowd was left disgusted as he hit out at the 67-year-old star during a performance at the Kid Rock’s Big A** Honky Tonk Rock N Roll Steakhouse in Nashville
‘Oprah Winfrey is like, “Hey, I just want women to believe in this s***,”’ he can be heard saying in video footage obtained by TMZ.
However, he insisted that he is not a racist, despite what others may assume.
‘F*** her. She can suck my d*** sideways,’ he continued. ‘And if you say that people say, “Hey, I’m pretty sure Kid Rock’s a racist.” I’m like, “Ok fine.” F*** off.’
Kid Rock rose to fame with his country and rock music, including hits like Picture and All Summer Long.
He’s a controversial figure, previously coming under fire for his outspoken rants and his support for Donald Trump.
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Kid Rock for comment.
Credit: Original article published here.