Musician Kid Rock will appear alongside fellow D-listers at Don Jr.'s rally tonight in Michigan, showing how far he'll go to stay relevant.
As we all know, the Trump name has had trouble drawing crowds. That’s why Donald Trump Jr. enlisted some of his fellow D-list celebs to join him on stage in Michigan tonight. This includes his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, whose career has conveniently taken off recently, and the local (yet irrelevant) musician, Kid Rock.
Despite it being quite clear that both of these D-listers use the Trump family to get their names in headlines, they continue to appear at MAGA rallies. At this point, Trump Jr. and his lady friend are merely the hosts of a neverending Kid Rock concert touring around the U.S.
It shows just how far D-list celebrities will go to stick together.
What grabs the public’s attention more than a photo of a D-list celebrity? A picture of two D-list celebrities! Kid Rock kept it classy when he’s walking the golf course with Trump Jr. And by classy, I mean he kept his shirt on.
The musician’s clothing choices have always been questionable, and will likely be wearing something attention-grabbing at the campaign rally tonight. The more outrageous his clothes are, the better the photo op!
Similar to how a wingman talks up their friend in a bar, D-list celebrities will always mention each other to the press. Whether it’s a fake feud or they’re talking the other celeb up, they know they’re more likely to snag a headline if they throw the name of a fellow D-lister into the mix.
That’s precisely what Kid Rock did after his golf outing with Donald Trump, calling the president “cool” and “down-to-Earth.” The musician even compared Trump to Barack Obama, saying:
I always thought Obama was cool as [expletive]. I didn’t like his politics, but I’m like, ‘That’s one cool-ass [expletive].’ You kind of have to be for president. Trump was just off the map, I have to say.
Now that’s a guy who clearly knows his politics! Kid Rock describe the President of the United States as “off the map,” and hopefully that’s where both of their careers will be after the election.