Rapper Kid Rock defended his 2019 drunken rant against Oprah Winfrey in his Nashville honky-tonk steakhouse during an interview with Fox’s Tucker Carlson.

In a new interview with Tucker Carlson on Tuesday (June 7), Kid Rock defended his drunken 2019 diatribe against Oprah.

Carlson's new Fox Nation program Life of a Rockstar: Kid Rock brought up the subject of the years-old diatribe.

"A drunk man's comments are a sober man's ideas," the singer informed the conservative firebrand, wearing a patriotic red, white, and blue trucker hat emblazoned with "We the People."

My words are mine. No apologies. Oprah Winfrey isn't my favorite. I got drunk and said "f— Oprah" on stage..."

Before the pandemic, Rock made off-the-cuff statements at a Honky Tonk club in Nashville, where he also took aim at The View's Joy Behar and former Live!

Kathy Lee Gifford, host of Regis and Kathie Lee — but he now claims the latter was a slip of the tongue and that he meant to criticize comic Kathy Griffin instead.

"I was trying to go after Kathy Griffin for holding Trump's head up, but I was so out of it that I was like, 'F— Kathie Lee Gifford," he continued.

"A few weeks later, when it's on TMZ, I'm like, "Oh man, I like Kathie Lee Gifford." We have a good friendship."

Bad Reputation, Rock's latest album, debuted at No. 124 on the Billboard 200 in March, a far cry from his previous eight top-ten albums.

which all debuted in the top ten.He's presently on tour to promote the record, which begins with a video message from former President Donald Trump each night.