Though the action was done to mock Democratic voters, Twitter erupted with jokes that Nugent had admitted to blue-balls
Ted Nugent
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Musician Ted Nugent hit the stage at a Donald Trump rally in Michigan Sunday with some off-color gestures during the final weekend of campaigning.

The 67-year-old rocker grabbed his crotch on stage to mock the notion that his state could swing left on Election Day. He said, “I’ve got your blue state right here, baby! Black and blue!”

Though the action was done to mock Democratic voters, Twitter erupted with jokes that Nugent had admitted to blue balls.

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This comes after the Republican presidential candidate’s campaign criticized the appropriateness of Jay Z‘s explicit lyrics following his appearance at concert for Hillary Clinton in Ohio on Friday.

“I actually like Jay Z, but you know the language last night,” Trump said Saturday. “I was thinking. Maybe I’ll just try it. Should I use that language for one event? Can you imagine if I said that? So, he used every word in the book. I won’t even use the initials because I’ll get in trouble. They’ll get me in trouble. He used every word in the book last night.”

Nugent has been extremely outspoken in the past about second amendment issues – he currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Rifle Association – and appeared in a Trump campaign video to speak about hunters’ rights.

“Hunting, fishing, trapping – we the people own these precious renewable natural resources,” he says. “It’s a way of life, which is why conservation is the greatest success story in the world here in America. Hillary Clinton is against all of these things. She is against the freedom that is uniquely American. Donald Trump will safeguard the things that make America the greatest place in the world.”

The final campaign weekend also included rare appearances by Alaska governor Sarah Palin, who has been all but MIA on the campaign trail this season. Sen. John McCain’s 2008 running mate visited the battleground states of North Carolina, Ohio and Michigan.

“Something’s happening in Michigan… they’ve got a monster vote ready to show the rest of America,” she shared on her Facebook page Sunday. “They, too, have had enough government run amok, suffocating federal debt with no end in sight, and corruption that AFFECTS THEIR LIVES. Thank you, Midland, for your passion for this nation that YOU will make great again!”

Palin is also planning five stops in Ohio Monday.

She explained in a separate Facebook post late Sunday that “calls from Trump Tower late today announce the mission for supporters is “divide and conquer”, so with the Tarheel State covered tomorrow by the “Women For Trump” bus tour (and the man himself!) we head back to beautiful Ohio for a full day of energizing events.”