Musician Kid Rock on 'Fox & Friends': 'Screw That Joy Behar B***h'


Musician Kid Rock appeared on "Fox & Friends" on Friday, and something came out of his mouth that host Steve Doocy and Fox News wasn't expecting.

"People need to calm down, get a little less politically correct," Rock said. "And I would say, you know, love everybody. Except I’d say screw that Joy Behar b***h. Everybody but that."

Doocy immediately told Rock that he couldn't say that, referring to the adjective Rock used to describe Behar.

"You cannot say that," Doocy said shocked at Rock's comment.

"I mean lady," Rock responded while giving a so-so hand gesture.

"Listen, she's just got a different point  of than you do," Doocy said.

"Exactly, you know, hey maybe we'll go on [ABC's "The View"] and I'll hash it out with her and we'll talk about it," Rock said, realizing his mistake.

Rock went onto say that he was "joking."

Behar responded to Rock's description of her on Friday's edition of "The View," using colorful language in return to invite Rock onto the show and "have a beer."

"This b***h, and these b***hes would be happy to have you on the show and have a beer," Behar said.

Before all of that, Rock was actually giving President Donald Trump praise for his "policies," along with citing that his biggest concern for the U.S. is the divisions that we have among people of differing belief sets.

You can see those comments, as well as Rock's now infamous Behar comment, below:


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