NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Nashville Mayor David Briley’s office says he’s “inclined not to participate” in a Christmas parade if Kid Rock remains grand marshal.
The comment follows a Fox & Friends interview Friday in which Kid Rock used an expletive to describe Joy Behar of The View.

Kid Rock is inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame and receives his star, at Hall of Fame Park(Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

Multiple Fox & Friends personalities apologized. Kid Rock apologized for the language, but “not the sentiment.”

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Kid Rock is slated to be grand marshal Saturday in the privately run Nashville Christmas Parade.

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Singer Kid Rock on the sidelines before the start of the Detroit Lions and the Tennessee Titans game at Ford Field (Photo by Dave Reginek/Getty Images)

Mayoral spokesman Thomas Mulgrew said Briley was disgusted by Kid Rock’s comments about Behar. He said Nashville is an inclusive place and Briley doesn’t want to be included in a parade with a grand marshal who says hateful things on national television.

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