The WWE has reportedly decided to cut all ties with legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan, and now it seems we know why.
The National Enquirer just published an explosive report in conjunction with Radar Online claiming that Hogan was caught using the N-word on numerous occasions during a conversation with Heather Clem, the wife of Hogan's former friend Bubba "The Love Sponge" Clem and the woman that Hogan was caught having sex with in a video that was posted on Gawker back in 2012. The sex tape is part of a $100 million lawsuit at the moment, and transcripts from it have been filed in a court in Florida.
The National Enquirer and Radar Online obtained a handful of quotes from the transcripts and verified them with multiple sources. They reportedly feature Hogan discussing his daughter Brooke Hogan and her music career.
"She is making some real bad decisions now," Hogan said, according to the sources who spoke with the National Enquirer. "My daughter Brooke jumped sides on me. I spent $2 to 3 million on her music career. I've done everything like a jackass for her…The one option Brooke had, Brooke's career besides me, is [to] sell beach records."
But later, they reportedly feature Hogan speaking about a "black billionaire guy" that tried to help give Brooke's career a boost. Hogan then allegedly made a slew of racist comments.
"I don't know if Brooke was fucking the black guy's son," Hogan reportedly said. "I mean, I don't have double standards. I mean, I am a racist, to a point, fucking niggers. But then, when it comes to nice people and shit, and whatever."
Later, Hogan allegedly continued by telling Clem that he would prefer for Brooke to be involved with a rich athlete.
"I mean, I'd rather if she was going to fuck some nigger, I'd rather have her marry an 8-foot-tall nigger worth a hundred million dollars!" he reportedly said. "Like a basketball player! I guess we're all a little racist. Fucking nigger."
Hogan did not respond to the National Enquirer when he was asked for a comment. Continue to stay tuned for new developments.
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[via National Enquirer]