Kid Rock: Beyonce’s Got ‘A Nice Ass’ But He Prefers ‘Skinny White Chicks With Big Tits’

Kid Rock took part in a super lengthy interview for this month’s Rolling Stone which can only mean one thing: a whole of crazy shit was said.

And as usual, Kid Rock, real name Robert James Ritchie, or Bobby as his friends call him, didn’t really care much about being PC.

Some of the highlights included a recording session Kid Rock had with the legendary Bob Seger which only made Seger sound even more legendary…

One day during a recording session in Michigan, Rock and his band were arguing about who played slide guitar on “Like a Rock” — so Rock texted his friend Bob Seger to ask the man himself. Seger ended up coming over, and Rock played him a singalong he called “FOAD,” a.k.a. “Fuck Off and Die.” Seger loved the melody but hated the lyrics. “He’s like, ‘Dude, you fucking ruined that song — that’s a hit!’ ” Seger rewrote it as “Say Goodbye,” a ballad about the fear that a breakup could be the mistake of a lifetime. “He called me the next morning and said, ‘Hey, what do all women want in life?’ I’m being a smartass, I’m like, ‘A big dick and a new car.’ He said, ‘No! They want to be remembered forever! And I’m going to give it to you because you’ve been so nice to me.’ ” Rock couldn’t decide which version he liked better, so he ended up putting both on the album.

Rock also talked about how he tries to keep ticket prices down for his fans and his hatred for Ticketmaster…

Rock will take the songs on the road to amphitheaters this summer: “I’m the Jimmy Buffett with hair who swears.” He’ll help fans save their beer money by holding prices down to $20 a ticket, like he did last time out. “I’m going to ride that into the sunset,” says Rock. “The only obstacle is Ticketmaster adds an extra $5. Fuckin’ whores.” At this point, Rock knows who his audience is: “45-50-year-old girls wearing extra-large T-shirts — they’re my bread and butter. They know how to fucking party — ‘I don’t give a fuck, I’m making a T-shirt and putting sequins on it. I’m saving my money for beer and having a good time.'”

But real highlight of the interview was when he took on Radiohead, a group he loathes, and of all people, Beyonce

Rock sometimes seems like a right-wing politician catering to his base. He won’t play Europe or mainstream U.S. festivals, but he will play SeaWorld. His fans love it when he shouts things like “Fuck Radiohead” onstage or attacks mainstream pop. He’s “flabbergasted” by Beyoncé worship. “Beyoncé, to me, doesn’t have a fucking ‘Purple Rain,’ but she’s the biggest thing on Earth. How can you be that big without at least one ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ or ‘Old Time Rock & Roll’? People are like, ‘Beyoncé’s hot. Got a nice fucking ass.’ I’m like, ‘Cool, I like skinny white chicks with big tits.’ Doesn’t really fucking do much for me.”

You owe it to yourself to check out the entire glorious profile over at Rolling Stone. Be sure to pack a lunch because you’re going to be there awhile.