In July, the National Enquirer ran a story alleging that the audio of the sex tape Hulk Hogan (real name Terry Bollea) made with Heather Clem in 2007 included him spewing a racist rant. Who knew it was possible there could be something worse than the visual part of a Hulk Hogan sex tape?
On March 22, Bollea won a $140 million lawsuit against the website Gawker for releasing the tape. On the last day of the trial, the Florida 2nd District Court of Appeals unsealed about 2,000 pages of documents that had previously been confidential. On Thursday, Death and Taxes released the unsealed audio of Bollea watching the sex tape with his attorney David Houston and “sex tape broker” Keith Davidson (excerpt below)
[Transcript starting at 1:00 mark]
Hogan: So it gets to the point where…I don't know if Brooke was f*cking the black guy’s son, or they’ve been hanging out. I caught them holding hands together on the tour. They were getting close to kind of [inaudible] the f*cking [inaudible]. I’m not a double standard type of guy. I’m a racist to a point, you know, f*cking n*****s, but then, when it comes to nice people and [redacted]
Clem: We all are that way.
Hogan: Yeah, cool, when it comes to nice people, you gotta…you can’t, you can’t say the…
Hogan: I don’t give a f*ck if she [inaudible] basketball player.
Hogan: If we’re gonna f*ck with n*****s, let’s get a rich one!
Hogan: I don’t care if he’s a multi-billionaire. The thing is, now that you start doing these nasty emails…so somewhere, [inaudible] relationship, and now [inaudible] doesn’t want to talk to anybody, nah nah nah.”
Bollea's conversation with Clem has him actually admitting to being racist ("to a point"), but that's not surprising. Awful, but not surprising. What is surprising is that a person can have a career as a "sex tape broker." Remember, it's never too late to go back to school to learn a new skill.