Kid Rock Is Against Selfies, Which He Calls 'Face-Tweets,' But Wants To Legalize All Drugs

He's the Millennial grandpa we'd never expected.

Kid Rock just did a new interview with U.K. paper The Guardian and suddenly "Bawitdaba" sounds a heck of a lot more like "bawitdagrandpa," if you know what I mean.

The 43-year-old grandfather-to-be had some decidedly unhip things to say about the Internet and homosexuality, essentially turning into a cranky old gramps right before our eyes.

"I don't FaceTweet or whatever people do," the rock-rapper turned country singer explained. "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."

Face-tweets, you guys. Face tweets. It actually has kind of a nice ring to it?

But Rock is not ashamed of not being hip to what the kids are into these days, and says that his impending grandpa status "keeps my redneck street cred up. I could be a great-great-great-grandfather by the time I'm 80."

And while he doesn't "smoke much weed, it makes me dumb," he is decidedly liberal with his opinions on legalizing recreational drugs. "They should legalize and tax everything: pot, cocaine, heroin. Has it not been proven that people will always find a way to get what they want?"

Progressive stances on drugs aside, the ordained minister (really) is not on board every Millennial social justice movement, though: he's not exactly comfortable with gay people. "I don't look forward to marrying gay people, but I'm not opposed to it."

So there you have it, folks: Kid Rock is exactly the sort of grandpa you'd expect.