It looks like Hank Williams, Jr. didn’t learn his lesson after getting fired from his ESPN gig.
He’s dropping a “diss” track trying to defend himself after the whole situation:
In retaliation Williams, the son of legendary country singer Hank Williams Sr., has cut a song called “I’ll Keep My …,” that says the Fox News broadcasters twisted his words.
“So Fox ‘n Friends wanna put me down/ Ask for my opinion/ Twist it all around.” He finishes the verse: “Well two can play that gotcha game you’ll see.” Williams says he wrote the verse when he woke up Friday morning and recorded it in a Nashville studio that same afternoon. It could be on iTunes late Monday or early Tuesday.
Early in the song, he says the U.S. is “going down the drain” and says it’s becoming “The United Socialist States of America.” He then encourages viewers not to watch “Fox & Friends” or ESPN.
Sigh. Just let it go, buddy. It’s not like you’ll be getting any jobs these days. Just leave it alone.