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The corrupt heart of Hulkamania was exposed today after Hulk Hogan's explicitly racist comments got revealed. Like the Justin Bieber debacle, Hogan's famous black friends quickly came to his defense. Dennis Rodman was one of the first to do so, saying, "There isn't a racist bone in that mans body." Debatable.
George Foreman is your second. He levelheadedly stood up for Hogan when he spoke to TMZ.
“I have known Hulk Hogan for well over 20 years," Foreman said. "I do not condone the language he used, but he is no racist, he is a good guy...He is a friend of mine. We have hung out together and we have even been in the ring together. I consider him a friend.”
Of course, Foreman won't be the last celebrity to speak up.
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