On Tuesday, Brooke defended her father in an interview with “Entertainment Tonight,” but it’s no sure thing that she helped matters.
“He’s my dad, I love him and the reason I’m standing by his side on this whole thing is because I know him, and it’s so easy for people to just — they need something to jump down people’s backs about,” Hogan told “ET.” “He’s an easy target.” Of course, many would say that Hulk Hogan made himself an easy target by repeatedly using the term, “f—ing n—-r.” The pro wrestling icon subsequently apologized, telling People magazine, “Eight years ago I used offensive language during a conversation. I believe very strongly that every person in the world is important and should not be treated differently based on race, gender, orientation, religious beliefs or otherwise.” Brooke Hogan agrees that her father is being misunderstood. T, he’s best friends with Dennis Rodman, he’s not racist,” she told “ET.” “It’s just when you’re mad and you’re at the lowest point in your life …
The recording was allegedly taken secretly and illegally by an acquaintance while the two were in the middle of a private conversation, in which Hogan slammed his daughter’s boyfriend.
“I guess we’re all a little racist,” he said on the tape.
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“I feel bad for my dad, but I also feel bad for the African American fans and stuff because they don’t know that he didn’t mean it,” she told the television show. “But this is something that we have to put a stop to every day, because I’ll be honest with you, I’ve had a black guy call me a honkey, and I’ve also been told that white people smell like bologna.
First, the 27-year-old aspiring pop star trotted out the classic “I have black friends” defense when defending her dad’s use of the slur. “I feel bad for my dad, but I also feel bad for the African-American fans and stuff because they don’t know that he didn’t mean it,” she said. But this is something that we have to put a stop to everyday, because I’ll be honest with you, I’ve had a black guy call me a honkey, and I’ve also been told that white people smell like bologna."Eight years ago I used offensive language during a conversation.It was unacceptable for me to have used that offensive language; there is no excuse for it; and I apologize for having done it." "This is not who I am," the statement continues.The word in question was reportedly used by Hogan to refer to Brooke’s boyfriend, a little known rapper called Yannique Barker, who goes by the alias Stack$.According to was the first to obtain the audio of Hogan spewing racist comments.