Bud Light's recent partnership with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney brought all the proud boys out to play on social media, from Kevin Sorbo embarrassingly threatening to only drink the beer's daddy, Busch Light, in a failed attempt at a boycott to Kid Rock taking his assault rifle to cases of the brew.
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Mulvaney, famous for her Day 365 of Girlhood videos on TikTok, was honored with personalized Bud Light cans featuring her face to commemorate the one-year mark since the beginning of her gender transition, but clearly it is too much of a threat against many conservatives' MAGA masculinity.
While several took to social media to call out Rock for his immature display of transphobia...
... many called him out on his hypocrisy.
You see, it would appear when anti-drag bills, oppression and infringement upon the rights of the trans community weren't initiatives on which conservatives could unload their hate in an effort to distract from their own party-dwindling insecurities and self-inflicted incompetence exposé, Rock enjoyed the company of legendary drag queen Wanda and easy to drink, easy to enjoy Bud Light circa 2003.
Social media immediately chimed in to create this glorious "well this is awkward" montage.
Some also pointed out Rock's Coors hat.