The group said they also had concerns that Kid Rock appears with the flag on social media.
Kid Rock’s publicist said the protests are over “something he’s not even doing.”
Rev. Charles Williams II says “the best resolution is for GM to pull their sponsorship” of Kid Rock.”
The NAACP local president defended the group’s decision at the time to give Kid Rock the award and said the Grammy-nominated musician isn’t a racist.
A replica of the General Lee car from “The Dukes of Hazard” TV show led the procession.
In an ongoing effort to remove the Confederate Flag from the public eye, Rev. Charles Williams II and the National Action Network’s Michigan Chapter are speaking out against two of the Motor City’s biggest icons.
“We’re not a concert venue. We’re a professional organization, and our task is to house and rehabilitate prisoners.”
Kid Rock is adding two more shows to his historic run of shows at the DTE Energy Music Theatre.
The project will cost $50 million in all and include the construction of 150 homes across the street.
He has a granddaughter, who was born Christmas Day, and revealed he will be called “Paw Paw.” “I’m going Southern all the way,” he said, adding becoming a grandfather at 44 gives him “Hillbilly street cred.”