Kid Rock Tells In N’ Out to ‘Come to Tennessee’: ‘We Like Good Hamburgers’

by Jonathan Howard
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In America, burgers are taken pretty seriously. Kid Rock is a big fan of burgers and told In N’ Out that they need to get to the Volunteer State, quick. The singer weighed in on a recent story about the chain restaurant in San Francisco.

On Twitter, Kid Rock gave his opinion on a recent story out of San Fran. He used some strong language and urged the beloved burger chain to come to Tennessee. After all, everyone enjoys a good burger.

“Hey In-N-Out Come to Tennessee!!! Screw those left wing idiot politicians in San Francisco. We like good hamburgers, we don’t do mandates and we love God. Go where you’re celebrated, not tolerated. -Kid Rock,” the tweet reads.

His tweet is in reaction to a story about a location in San Fransisco being temporarily shut down due to a vaccination mandate issue. There has been a lot of cries and pleas for the burger chain to make its way further east. Kid Rock is just one of the latest telling In N’ Out to make their way to somewhere they haven’t been before. Imagine one on Broadway in Nashville.

Besides being a big fan of burgers, Kid Rock is also a fan of college football. Before the Alabama-Tennessee game earlier this season, he was spotted smoking a cigar. While it didn’t jinx the Crimson Tide, the early smoke caught the attention of some fans.

Kid Rock Takes in College Football Game with Pregame Cigar

Every year when Alabama and Tennessee play football there is a tradition for the winner. While the Tide hasn’t lost in quite a while, the tradition continues. The winning team celebrates with cigars in the locker room after the game. When Kid Rock was seen smoking a cigar before the game, it was a bit of a faux pas.

However, this year Alabama is one of the top teams in the country. They have been having a much better season than the Volunteers. While the singer is a Tennessee resident, he has been a Tide supporter for many years. He has played shows in Alabama jerseys and is seen at games like this one. The offense was too much for Tennessee to handle.

Everything started well for Tennessee with an early first-quarter lead. However, it went downhill from there. Kid Rock witnessed as Alabama went on to outscore the Vols 45-10 over the last three-quarters of the game. That included 28 points in the fourth quarter. Tennessee is fighting for their bowl eligibility, but Rock doesn’t mind as his Crimson Tide looks to make another playoff. Perhaps he will be able to watch Alabama at Tennessee with an In N’ Out burger next time?

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