spoken out after he posed with one of its products on Instagram.Rock, real name Robert James Ritchie, posed with a can of Happy Dad seltzer at the UFC 287 event in Miami over the weekend, just days after destroying multiple cases of Bud Light with a machine gun.The singer posted a viral video shooting the cases of beer after the brand sent a commemorative can to transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, marking the one-year anniversary of her gender transition.Wearing a MAGA hat, Rock shot the cases of beer with a machine gun before turning back to the camera and saying "F*** Bud Light and f*** Anheuser-Busch," referring to the company that owns Bud Light.Just days after his violent video, Rock posted the photo of him holding up a can of Happy Dad, despite the fact the brand has also worked with a transgender influencer."Fight night with some @happydad," the Rock's Instagram read.A post shared by instagramThe seltzer company responded by saying "this must mean that Michigan is soon." Rock is a Michigan native and the brand will soon become available in that state.Despite Rock's apparent fury at Bud Light's gift to Mulvaney and plans to boycott the brand, he endorsed Happy Dad, which has previously collaborated with reality star Caitlyn Jenner.The transgender former Olympic champion has posted promotional content of Happy Dad to her Instagram accounts.
The brand has also featured Jenner on its own social media.Jenner has also criticized Bud Light's commemorative Mulvaney can of beer."Everyone switch to @happydad," Jenner tweeted on April 5.