Further details of the Hulk Hogan tape from Radar Online and The National Enquirer have been released, as the former WWE champion says gay slurs and bad things about his ex-wife Linda Claridge.
In case you didn’t know, the WWE Hall of Famer was fired from the WWE this week because of a tape released by The National Enquirer and Radar Online, revealing him going on a racial tirade last Friday.
Now, further details of the tape have been revealed where Hogan uses gay slurs and slander against his ex-wife Linda.
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On the tape, you hear Hogan discussing his VH1 reality show, Hogan Knows Best, with former sex tape partner Heather Clem.
Heather is the wife of his former friend, Bubba “The Love Sponge” Clem.
According to Radar Online, this sparked the following from Hogan:
“VH1 wanted me to do a big thing and go back to the house I grew up in,” Hulk says, discussing the Season Four finale of his show. So we knock on the door,” he continues, “and a big f*g lives there now!”
Undeterred, the 61-year-old continued with his disgusting homophobic bile. “This half-gay was enamored with Linda,” he sniffs, of his ex-wife.
Later in the tape, Bubba enters the room, which causes Hogan to ask Bubba to keep the mother of his children away from him if he is incapable.
He said: “Dude, the only thing I will ever ask of you ... I don't know how you will pull this off ... is, if I am ever on my death bed, you cannot let Linda come and visit me.”
Linda had yet to file for a divorce at the time of the recording, but it is clear to see that Hogan thought the marriage was over.
He then discusses plans of keeping their Las Vegas home from going into her hands during the settlement. “If I get divorced, Linda will make me sell it. F**k it. Cecile will buy it and give it back to me after the divorce!” he said.
There truly is no going back now for the man that has had his whole career ended by the WWE because of this tape.
You can’t feel bad for Hogan anymore, because the slurs whether they be homosexual, racial or against his wife, they come so natural to him and he doesn’t contemplate what he says immediately afterwards.