Kid Rock uses N-word, claims Donald Trump cheats at golf in unhinged interview

Kid Rock used the N-word in an interview before waving a handgun at the reporter.

The musician was being interviewed by Rolling Stone magazine in Nashville, when the chat devolved, the writer David Peisner has told.

As Kid Rock, 53, became more drunk throughout the interview, David told how he produced a "black handgun", before shouting, "I got them everywhere!"

The singer, who was briefly married to Pamela Anderson in 2006, reportedly used the N-word several times during the interview, before stating that Republicans were the ones who "freed the slaves".

He referred to Donald Trump as his "bestie" and tried to call him several times during the interview. When the former president didn't answer, Kid Rock told David, "You think I like Trump because he's a nice guy? I'm not electing the deacon of a church. That motherf**ker likes to win. He likes to cheat in his f**king golf game. I want that guy on my team. I want the guy who goes, 'I'm going to fight with you.'"

He then allegedly tried to prevent David from leaving the studio, asking if he wanted to fight.

"Do you think you could whup the s**t out of me?" he allegedly asked David, who responded, "Probably not."