Kid Rock Goes Duck Hunting With the Boys in New Photo

by Hannah Heser

Music icon Kid Rock takes some time off from the music industry to go duck hunting with some friends. Most would say, if you’re going to be a country music fan then you better love hunting and fishing.

In a recent Instagram post, Kid Rock shares the four friends having a blast together.

“Ain’t nobody gonna tell me how to live,” Kid Rock said.

The photograph shows a row of ducks hanging on their van while they’re standing in front of it. They all have guns in their hands and dressed in camo gear. Not to mention Kid Rock is the only one wearing khakis, which is probably what inspired the caption.

At the end of the day, just do you and don’t let anybody get in the way of that.

How Kid Rock Fights Against Cancel Culture With New Song

Kid Rock is one of several speaking out against cancel culture. In fact, the musician reportedly wrote an entire song about it. Titled “Don’t Tell Me How to Live” like the caption above, Kid Rock uses his lyrics to address censorship and cancel culture.

Over the years, Kid Rock has garnered both criticism and praise for his antics. For instance, several called out the singer for his 2019 rant about Oprah Winfrey. According to Complex, many viewed this incident as racist and unacceptable. “I’m like Oprah Winfrey can just stop,” Rock said at the time. “Oprah Winfrey is like, ‘Hey, I just want white women to believe in this s–t,’ f*** her.”

Meanwhile, Rock’s new song has likewise split fans. In a YouTube video from November 28, 2021, YouTuber Dylan Talkz goes over how the critics are reacting to Rock’s new song.

One of the reporters in the clip says Don’t Tell Me How To Live is one of the funniest songs and music video’s that she’s ever seen. So far, the song has drawn a variety of reactions, which is usual for the musician’s brand.

Rumor For a Final Tour

According to, Kid Rock is planning another tour and it’s going to be epic. However, dates for this tour have yet to be released, but he will have a few shows in 2022. Rock’s website will include ticket prices and dates as soon as his team updates it.

In the meantime, Rock will be performing at Billy Bobs in Fort Worth, Texas on January 14 and 15. Then in July, he will be at Country Stampede in Topeka, Kansas July 14 through 16.