Radar Online and The National Enquirer have uncovered more offensive audio from Hulk Hogan’s racist tirade included on his unauthorized sex tape with Heather Clem (the ex-wife of Bubba the Love Sponge). Hogan reportedly bemoaned to Clem how a “billionaire black guy” who had funded Brooke’s music career secretly recruited Jamie Foxx to appear on one of her tracks. Below is an excerpt from Radar Online’s latest report:
“F--king n*gger… he had Jamie Foxx coming in on the 22nd track,” Hogan brazenly raved, according to a transcript of the expletive laden conversation provided to Radar.
“I didn’t even tell Brooke about it. F*ck her. Brooke and (name withheld by Radar and The ENQUIRER) met in Miami.
“Brooke f*cks up a ten million dollar deal I had with the Saudis. Brooke says, ‘F*ck you dad.’ She’s never said that. She flipped a bird at me.”
According to sources, on the transcript filed under seal in a Florida court, it cannot be determined if Hogan was referring to Foxx as a “n*gger” or the mysterious “black billionaire guy.”
Thereafter, Hogan goes onto lament: “I have this huge f*cking house in Miami. My family never comes home. They went to LA. F*ck ’em.”
This story has rocked Hogan’s reputation and cost him his job with WWE. We’ve covered every side including the initial racist comments at this link.
You can read the latest coverage by Radar Online at this link.
We noted earlier how Hogan was being ribbed on Twitter, with other re-tweets only adding to the controversy. The disgraced WWE Hall of Famer re-tweeted the following:
This prompted fellow pro wrestling journalist Wade Keller of the Pro Wrestling Torch to write that Hogan doesn’t realize it’s over and it’s time to go away for a long time. You can read that piece at this link.
President Obama used the n-word while communicating a lesson during a discussion about race in America with Marc Maron for his "WTF with Marc Maron Podcast" following the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. “Racism, we are not cured of it. And it's not just a matter of it not being polite to say n----- in public,” Obama said. “That's not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. It's not just a matter of overt discrimination. Societies don't, overnight, completely erase everything that happened 200 to 300 years prior.”