Kamala Addresses Hulk Hogan Racism Controversy

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Kamala Addresses Hulk Hogan Racism Controversy

December 13, 2020 | News | No Comments

Kamala (James Harris) recently spoke with the Bleacher Report about the Hulk Hogan racism controversy.

“That’s not the Hogan I know,” said Kamala “Hogan always treated me like a gentleman. He genuinely cared about me. He was my friend. He’d tell me, ‘Brother, I’m getting my money. I hope you’re getting yours, because you’re putting asses in the seats.’ When it came to our matches, he valued my input. He’d always say, ‘What do you want to do out there, brother?’ I’d tell him, and then we’d go out there and do it. He’s a sweetheart of a guy.”

Kamala also mentioned that Hogan just got caught with a “hidden recorder and said something he probably didn’t mean,” and that he is not mad at his former on-air rival.

“I’m not mad at him at all. Deep down, he’s really not like that. He’s a super-nice guy. I don’t believe he’s a racist at all, no matter what he said,” said Harris.

Check out the complete interview at BleacherReport.com.


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