Most entertainment celebrities are afraid of the left-wing rabble.
But country music legend Dolly Parton is not one of them.
And Parton told the “woke” cancel mob to pound sand after one big collaboration.
Dolly Parton has been a star for decades with crossover fans from the Left and the Right.
And Parton passed on the opportunity to take a swipe at Kid Rock, who has become an enemy of the “woke” Left.
Parton defended her decision to do a song with Kid Rock, despite backlash from leftists.
During an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Parton said, “I knew how innocent I was in being myself and how pure that was in me. So I try to look for that innocence and that purity in everybody else. Just like my song [‘Be That’], ‘Whatever you are, be that. Whatever you do, do that. Anything else is just an act.’ Just like I did a song with Kid Rock on this album. Of course I did that before the controversy that he had, but somebody was talking to me the other day, ‘How could you do this [song] with Kid?’ I said, ‘Hey, just because I love you don’t mean I don’t love Kid Rock. Just because I love Kid Rock don’t mean I don’t love you.’ I don’t condemn or criticize. I just accept and love.”
It’s all love, Parton says
The “controversy” Parton referred to was likely Kid Rock shooting up a case of Bud Light with an automatic rifle after the beer brand chose to enter a sponsorship deal with transgender TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
Parton was asked about the collaboration, and she added, “Like I said, I had done that before, but I’d have probably still done it, because he is a gifted guy, and that song was about a bad boy; it was about a boy that was cheating and mistreating her. But like I say, I love everybody. I don’t criticize, I don’t condone nor condemn. I just accept them. But anyhow, just because I love you don’t mean I don’t love Kid Rock in that God way.”
Just a little forgiveness goes a long way
Parton was then asked about cancel culture, which has become the weapon of choice against anyone who pushes back against the establishment left-wing narrative.
She responded, “I think that’s terrible. We all make mistakes. We don’t all get caught at it. But also when somebody makes a mistake, it depends on who they are. That’s what God is there for. Now, I happen to believe in God; I’m a faith-based person, so therefore I am able to see it like that. A lot of people don’t, but even still, everybody deserves a second chance. You deserve to be innocent until you’re proven guilty. Even when you’re proven guilty, if God can forgive you, so can I. If God can forgive you, we all should forgive one another.”
Most leftist don’t seem to believe in Grace.
No amount of pandering and groveling is good enough for the cancel mob.
Perhaps the tide against cancel culture is finally turning.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.