Just in time for his normal reservation, Garth Brooks arrived to Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk and Rock n Roll Steak House. A statement made by Brooks in 2019 indicates that he is a fan of the restaurant’s prime rib and that he considers it to be “the best in Nashville.”
On this occasion, though, Brooks was greeted with a visit from Kid Rock himself, which came as quite a surprise. “As the owner of this establishment,” he said to Brooks, “I’m going to have to ask you to leave.” This establishment caters to lowlifes. Kid was obviously making a reference to Brooks’ assertion that half of the people in the United States are deserving of the same slur.
Brooks departed the scene without saying a word, which numerous eyewitnesses described as “an emotional withdrawal.” As he left to go for food elsewhere, he did so with tears in his eyes, which were already prone to crying easily.
Kid Rock told the ALLOD journalist Joe Barron, “If we keep letting these woke posers dictate the rules, America is done for.” “It had to be done,” Kid Rock said. “America is done for.”
We tried to get in touch with Brooks, and he returned our phone when he was at Sizzler.