Detroit rapper Kid Rock told Fox News host Tucker Carlson in an interview that former President Donald Trump asked for his advice on how to deal with ISIS and North Korea.
“I was there with [Trump] one day when he ended the caliphate,” Kid Rock, 51, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, told Carlson in reference to the Islamic State terrorist group.
“He wanted to put out a tweet … I don’t like to speak out of school. I hope I’m not. But … the tweet was, and I’m paraphrasing, but it’s like, you know, ‘If you ever joined the caliphate, you know, trying to do this, you’re going to be dead.”
“He goes, ‘What do you think?’ [I said] ‘Awesome. I can’t add any better.’ But then it comes out and it’s … reworded and more political, to look politically correct. And just, ‘be afraid’.”
Rock added that he and Trump were once “looking at maps. I’m like, you know, like, ‘Am I supposed to be in on this sh**?’ Like I make dirty records sometimes. I do.”
“‘What do you think we should do about North Korea?’ I’m like, ‘What? I don’t think I’m qualified to answer this.’”
Watch the full interview below: