Garth Brooks arrived at a local establishment owned by Kid Rock just in time for his usual reservation. Known for his appreciation of their prime rib, Brooks had frequented the place before and praised it as having some of the finest in Nashville.
However, this visit took an unexpected turn when Kid Rock himself appeared and, citing his ownership, asked Brooks to leave, remarking that the bar was reserved for a specific clientele. This reference was clearly aimed at Brooks’ previous comments about a portion of the American population.
Witnesses described Brooks’ departure as emotionally charged, with visible signs of distress. He left without uttering a word and sought his meal elsewhere.
Kid Rock defended his actions, emphasizing the importance of not yielding to what he perceived as woke culture dictating terms. He expressed concern for the future of America if such trends continued unchecked.
When contacted for comment, Brooks dismissed Kid Rock’s account, stating that he had only visited the establishment once out of curiosity. He criticized the ambiance and alleged that the place smelled of cheap cologne and drugs, contradicting Kid Rock’s version of events.
Kid Rock announced plans to release surveillance footage to corroborate his narrative. The controversy underscores broader societal tensions.