Kid Rock: No, I'm not running for US Senate

Kid Rock

Kid Rock

"F-- no, I'm not running for Senate".

'F*** no, I'm not running for Senate. Kid Rock said. "Who couldn't figure that out?"

Entertainer Kid Rock published an online message in July, hinting at a possible Republican U.S. Senate campaign in MI next year. He reminded them: "No, we're not doing it - but let's roll with it for a while".

Dubbed the "Greatest Show on Earth Tour", Kid Rock's new tour is set to support his next album, "Sweet Southern Sugar", due out November 3. Rock said on Stern's show, according to the Detroit Free Press. I'm going on tour too. "Are you kidding me?"

The six weeks came and went, with no word from Kid Rock.

"It's the worst advice I ever gave myself, but it's been the most creative thing I've ever done", he said.

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"I've got 15 days from my announcement to file paperwork with the FEC!", he wrote.

The conservative entertainer, who supported the last two Republican presidential tickets, added that the idea of his Senate candidacy was a "joke" that some mistakenly took seriously.

The interview appeared to confirm that Kid Rock's three-month-old "Senate bid", which began when his website started selling campaign merchandise in July, was a remarkably successful publicity stunt.

Kid Rock, a prominent Michigan Republican who visited President Donald Trump at the White House in April, fueled speculation earlier this year that he may run.

"Let's not let this divide us", Rock said he told Rosenberg.

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