The Fox host then tactfully criticized Rock for his choice of words and went on to apologize for all of those viewers at home. "We apologize for both", Doocy said. In Nashville, Shaw is hailed as a hero for wrestling a gun away from Travis Reinking who allegedly shot and killed Dasilva and three other people in a Nashville Waffle House and injured four others. I love Nashville and the people she holds. Also, Nashville Councilman Freddie O'Connell threatened to pull out of the parade if a change in grand marshal wasn't made.
Bryan added that he is also Steve Smith's attorney, who donates $250,000 a year to the parade and should have the final say about who is the grand marshal.
The comments prompted Nashville mayor David Briley to threaten to pull out of participating in the parade unless Rock was ousted.
Kid Rock: Exactly. Maybe I'll go on and we'll hash it out and talk it out with her.
"When you have the grand marshal of what's labeled Nashville's Christmas parade saying hateful things on national television, the mayor obviously does not want to be included in an event with someone like that", spokesman Thomas Mulgrew said.
Rock responded to his parade ouster with a statement apologizing for his use of profanity but expressing no remorse for his insult to Behar.
Behar has been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump and when Myself, Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent visited The.
"All I can say is this b--h and these b--hes will be happy to have you on the show and have a beer".
Kid Rock insisted he was joking, and tried to followup his comment with an explanation. "Listen, she's just got a different point of view than you do".
She pointed to Kid Rock's previous political initiatives in which he promoted unity, including a video with Sean Penn in 2012 with the message: "Don't let politics divide us".
The 47-year-old musician was replaced following his remarks about Joy Behar during his appearance on Fox & Friends, where he called her a "bitch."