Rocker Mocked For Drinking The Beer He Gunned Down Months Earlier.

Only months after leading a boycott against Bud Light, the supposedly patriotic conservative rocker, Kid Rock, was caught red-handed, guzzling down the very brand he once openly despised.

Candid photos circulating on social media paint an embarrassing picture for Kid Rock, showing him enjoying a Bud Light at the Skydeck venue in Nashville. The irony? Not too long ago, he posted a viral video of himself passionately shooting up cases of the beer, sparking ridicule from users who saw his latest antics as the height of hypocrisy.

The famed rocker’s earlier theatrical display came in April when he blasted multiple cases of Bud Light with what looked like an MP-5 submachine gun. This public protest was his response to the beer brand partnering with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney. Rock’s message at the time was clear: “F— Bud Light.”

However, his recent choice of beverage suggests a change of heart, or perhaps, just another lapse in consistency? Ever since his public denouncement of Bud Light and its parent company, Anheuser-Busch, sales for the beer have dwindled.

The online community, always keen on catching a whiff of inconsistency, was quick to respond. Notable Democratic strategist Sawyer Hackett didn’t miss out on the chance to mock the singer, pointing out the blatant contradiction in Rock’s actions. MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan highlighted the theatrical nature of Kid Rock’s previous demonstration against Bud Light and how swiftly he appeared to have ditched his convictions. Even conservative commentator Tim Pool couldn’t hold back, sarcastically deeming Kid Rock’s actions as “TREASON.”

Adding to the cascade of comments, Journalist Alejandra Caraballo called out Kid Rock’s apparent double standards, hinting at the fact that his restaurant in Nashville had always continued selling Bud Light.

Kid Rock’s camp remained silent on the matter, choosing not to comment on his questionable beverage choices. But as the saying goes: actions speak louder than words. And in this case, louder than a submachine gun against beer cases.