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Letter Blasts Column On Kid Rock’s Clothing Line

05:01 AM Saturday 2/11/12 | |

Kid Rock has posted an expletive-laced letter criticizing a columnist who reported that some of the musician’s “Made in Detroit” T-shirts are not made in the city or the U.S.

  • Kid Rock

    Comerica Park, Detroit, Mich.
    August 13, 2011

    (Scott Legato / RockStarProPhotography.com)

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Detroit Free Press Columnist Susan Tompor wrote Monday that some “Made in Detroit” T-shirts are manufactured overseas, while some adult-sized T-shirts were missing labels.

Kid Rock’s letter on the “Made in Detroit” website says the column misses the company’s goals of re-instilling “a sense of Detroit pride.” The letter also says the company “NEVER laid claim” to items “actually being made in Detroit.”

The letter is signed by the popular rocker-rapper, who was born Robert Ritchie.

Kid Rock bought the clothing line several years ago.

Free Press senior managing editor Jeff Taylor says “the column was fair, balanced and accurate.”


Comments

  1. Soundguru wrote:

    06:08 PM, Feb 11, 2012

    Nice , glad you wrote the idiot press.......

  2. TrentDep wrote:

    09:28 AM, Feb 11, 2012

    Deserved to be blasted !!



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