Kid Rock says he’s wealthy beyond imagination. In a new interview with The Guardian he says, “I’m not just wealthy, I’m loaded. I can say that because I’m not embarrassed – I’ve made a f*ck-ton of money, but I’ve never made a dishonest dollar. I try to do right by the people around me.”

The “Bawitdaba” singer is worth an estimated $80 million. He has sold millions of albums worldwide. “Devil Without A Cause,” released in 1998, sold over 13 million albums and 2007’s “Rock ‘n ‘Roll Jesus’ was certified triple platinum. His 10th studio album “First Kiss” will be released on February 24.

In 2013, Rock capped his summer concert ticket prices at $20 to ensure his fans could see him perform live.

“I’m lucky enough that I can afford to take a pay cut,” he said.

Rock, real name Robert James Ritchie, told the Wall Street Journal at the time, “Let’s give the fans the best deal, then us rich motherf** can go fight about how to divvy up the money. Because even at $20, there’s plenty of money there. I said to Live Nation, look at these past tours that I’ve done. Some nights you make a lot of money, some nights you lose a lot of money. Why don’t we just be on the up and up and divide the money fairly? Then the profit is going to be in the number of people who turn out. And thank the Lord that it’s working.”

In the current Guardian piece, Kid Rock also says he’s not into social media.

“I don’t FaceTweet or whatever people do. I understand that I’m the old guy now. I turn on my computer and look at porn a little bit, see what’s going on in the news, but that’s about it. I’m comfortable with that.”

Other topics he honestly admits to? Rock is wealthy enough to buy a lot of guns.

He reveals, “I’m always buying more guns. I have everything from a Civil War cannon to an MP5 machine gun and old police guns. If someone invades your house, yeah, you can shoot them. I don’t think crazy people should have guns.”

The 43-year-old doesn’t stop there. Unfiltered, Rock shares his thoughts on politics, abortion and gay marriage.

The singer admits, “I am definitely a Republican on fiscal issues and the military, but I lean to the middle on social issues. I am no fan of abortion, but it’s not up to a man to tell a woman what to do. As an ordained minister I don’t look forward to marrying gay people, but I’m not opposed to it.”

Kid Rock being wealthy has a lot of perks.

He states, “My success with women picked up around the 14 millionth record I sold. I know what it was about – I don’t exactly look like Brad Pitt. I learned to be careful. I didn’t want 10 kids around. But there have been a lot of women. I could have set a better example for my son. When he was a teenager I’d bring home girls that he had more in common with than I did.”

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