The stars are gathering in Washington D.C. to attend the signing of the Music Modernization Act by President Donald Trump. Among the stars arriving at the White House is Kid Rock, who had some choice words for a reporter.
The 47-year-old musician was seen walking up the driveway to at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when a reporter tried to shout a question to him as he passed on his way to the West Wing.
When an unknown reporter asked if Rock thought the president should fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the singer wasn’t having any of the political games.
“He should fire you,” he said as he walked by.
Rock is in town for the signing after headlining a fundraising event on Wednesday for Republican Senate candidate John James, who President Trump endorsed, in Pontiac Michigan.
Kid Rock will join POTUS and rapper Kanye West for the signing of the Music Modernization Act, which seeks to regulate licensing with streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music. West will also sit down for lunch with the president to reportedly discuss matters like prison reform, the African American unemployment rate and the surge in violence in West’s hometown of Chicago.