Hulk Hogan Says "Complaining" Hurricane Victims Who Didn't Lose Homes Are "Crybabies"
Former WWE Superstar Hulk Hogan, who once slammed the 5,000 pound Andre the Giant in front of 62 million screaming Hulkamaniacs at the Pontiac Silverdome at WrestleMania 3, took to Twitter today to denounce Hurricane Irma victims who didn't suffer enough loss according to the Hulkster's standards, defined here as losing homes, lives, businesses, or everything, but not losing water or power.
Hogan, who lives in Clearwater Beach, Florida, tweeted:
God did not respond to Bleeding Cool when asked for comment.
When a fan offered to drive down and help Hulk with the damage from the Hurricane, Hogan replied by adding that "spoiled people" who "don't have a clue" needed a headbutt from Kevin Owens:
Hogan, who maintains a large collection of used bandanas, was fired from WWE in 2015 after a recording of a racist rant surfaced as part of the Gawker/Hogan sex tape trial.
"I don't know if [Hogan's daughter] Brooke was f***ing the black guy's son," Hulk said on the tape. "I mean, I don't have double standards. I mean, I am a racist, to a point, f***ing n*****s. But then when it comes to nice people and s***, and whatever."
"I guess we're all a little racist," Hogan added. "Fucking n*****."
God speed, Hulkster. Only love. JT.