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Kid Rock has profited by more than $30 million because of Bud Light’s error.

Even though Anheuser-Busch might be because of its marketing blunder, Kid Rock is in good shape.

He places a high value on the beer’s misfortune, claims his publicist.

According to publicist Joe Barron, Kid has earned about $30 million so far, and that sum is likely to double in the coming months.

Kid Rock referred to shooting the cans as “the greatest moment of his career” in an interview with Larry Lubiner, the founder of his Facebook fan club.

Approximately 30 shots were fired at three beer cases, along with shotgun shells for impact. The two times they were successful, their combined accuracy rate was astonishing, coming in at 38%.

Since that wonderful instant, Kid Rock has become more well-known.

In order to supply all the beer for his “No Snowflakes” tour, he first signed a more than $120 million contract with Pabst. Since I haven’t read that one yet, he then signed a deal with American Patriot beer for an undisclosed sum.

While Kid Rock continues to experience all these wonderful things, Bud Light continues to experience the opposite. After being rejected by conservatives in 2017, they ought to have learned their lesson.

Sadly, no. Even though Kid Rock is a famous musician, the company is doomed to failure. All the best, America.