Music legend Kid Rock has released a series of videos showing him destroying Chinese made grills in some creative manners.
“In your face China”, Kid Rock shouts as he goes to town on a Chinese grill in hist first video to promote his own American made line of grills.
Kid Rock told Fox News that it’s more important to him that products are made in America, despite it being more expensive, and he wants to do everything he can to help create American jobs.
“You know what’s American?” the host of the video says. “Catapulting foreign-made grills through the sky and shooting them down because they stink!”
The video then shows some kind of giant trebuchet launching a Chinese-made grill through the air.
“This is what we think of ‘Made in China,'” Kid Rock says as he trains his shotgun on the grill and fires multiple rounds.
“In your face, China!” he says at the end of the video
The grills will be available in a charcoal version for $99.95 and a gas version for $149.95, both proudly embossed with Rock’s American Badass eagle logo.
“I’m not gonna lie. It is more expensive to make things in America. But it’s important to me,” Kid Rock said in a statement announcing the grill. “I love America, and I want to do all I can to create manufacturing jobs at home.”
“This is for all you hardworking American badasses”, Rock says as launched the Chinese grill from the catapult (actually it’s more like a trebuchet, which has much greater distance capabilities).
“This is what we think of being made in China”, Kid Rock shouts as he blasts the airborne Chinese grill with a shotgun, while it’s flying through the air and one of Rock’s hit songs plays in the background.
“We got grills that are made in China, we got 50 cals that are made in America“, he says as he taps the rifle with a .50 cartridge in Kid Rock’s second video in this series.
Chinese grill manufacturer’s are no doubt frowning upon their cheap labor contraptions being blown to pieces, all in an effort to promote American goods, but at the same time they’re probably happy that someone bought their grills in the first place.
In December of last year Kid Rock took heat from fellow celebrities when he released a line of pro-Trump products, including a spin on the president’s iconic slogan with a hat that says “Make America Badass Again”. He also sold shirts which were printed with the phrase “God, Guns and Trump”.
Although they are few and far between, there are some pro-America celebrities who have come to openly support Donald Trump throughout the election. Thankfully, most of them are no longer tied to the fortunes of Hollywood liberals who would quickly blacklist anyone with opposing political views.