Donald Trump and Kid Rock went golfing together

"What a great man, so down to earth and so fun to be with!!"

Donald Trump and Kid Rock paired up for a round of golf over the weekend.

The ‘Bawitdaba’ singer, who is a vocal conservative, hit the links at Trump International in Mar-A-Lago, Florida on Saturday (March 23).

Rock, who was sporting American flag trousers and a fedora, posted a photo of him and the US president on his Twitter.

He captioned the image: “Another great day on the links! Thank you to POTUS for having me and to EVERYONE at Trump International for being so wonderful. What a great man, so down to earth and so fun to be with!! KEEP AMERICA GREAT!! -Kid Rock”

The golf game followed the completion of Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election, and the possibility of collusion between Russia and Trump’s campaign.

Twitter users were quick to comment on Rock’s post. Some poked fun at the 48-year-old rocker hanging out with the US president. “Sir, I will never again listen to your music. It brings me no pleasure to say I can bawitdaba da bang da bang diggy diggy diggy no longer,” one user wrote.

Kid Rock

Another wrote: “Is this how you get attention now ?becAuse you sure don’t sell records” while another said: “God bless you all!!! MAGA Love seeing you enjoy yourself doing something you love to do…see you soon.”

In other news, Rock caused controversy in January after winning permission to install a new, 20-foot-tall ”arse-shaped’ neon sign for his Nashville bar.

According to The Tennessean, the Metro Council gave permission for the sign to go ahead with a vote of 27-3.

One council member, Kathleen Murphy, explained why she voted against the approval to The Tennessean. She said: “We’ve worked very hard as a city to become somewhere that is a tourist destination, an ‘It City’, somewhere that is family friendly.”

She continued: “This one I feel crosses the line between good taste, family-friendliness and I think what we would like Nashville to portray to people who come to visit us. If we allow this, what is going to come next? I think we can all use our imaginations there.”