Kid Rock’s Rumored Trump Hating Ex-Beau Sheryl Crow, Has Words On His Run For Senate [VIDEO]

Kid Rock’s Rumored Trump Hating Ex-Beau Sheryl Crow, Has Words On His Run For Senate [VIDEO]

Rap-turned-country artist Kid Rock is frightening the establishment and more importantly, incumbent Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow with his prospective Senate run. For now, he hasn’t made an official announcement regarding whether he actually plans to run for the seat, but he is using the attention to do something more important.

According to his website, he’s going to make a concerted effort to get more people registered to vote, so they can have a voice in the political process and if he decides to run for the Senate seat, “it’s on.”

It’s no secret that Robert Ritchie, aka “Kid Rock,” has garnered a lot of attention for his potential run for the United States Senate, which includes a special song from his ex-girlfriend and fellow musician Sheryl Crow.

Crow is a noted liberal who has no problem opening her pie hole and spewing her ideology at her fans and even has thoughts about how much toilet paper each person should be using. (Hint: It’s not enough.)

Well, she penned a rather pointed song called, “Dude, I’m Still Alive,” as if we could have forgotten that fact. I feel like this is less about politics and more about her desperate need to maintain relevance, but I could be wrong. I’m probably not, but I could be.

Watch the video below:

The internet is so weird. Yesterday on Twitter, a guy tweeted I must be "rolling in my grave" about Kid Rock running for senate. I tweeted back, just let him know, "Dude. I'm still alive". Being in the studio at the time, the guys and I had a big laugh about the crazy response that tweet was getting. I jotted some lines down and the next thing we knew, we had a song! So here it is – "Dude, I'm Still Alive"

Posted by Sheryl Crow on Saturday, July 29, 2017

The backstory behind the song? A tweet. God bless 2017.

The internet is so weird. Yesterday on Twitter, a guy tweeted I must be “rolling in my grave” about Kid Rock running for senate. I tweeted back, just let him know, “Dude. I’m still alive.” Being in the studio at the time, the guys and I had a big laugh about the crazy response that tweet was getting. I jotted some lines down and the next thing we knew, we had a song! So here it is – “Dude, I’m Still Alive”

Would you like to see Kid Rock run for the Senate? Do you think he’s too far outside the political realm to be effective, or are you tired of career politicians running things?

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