Friday, September 15, 2017

Hulk Hogan says people complaining about not having power or water are 'crybabies'

Posted By on Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 3:00 PM

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Hulk Hogan, a Florida resident currently with electricity running to his home, says those of you complaining about not having electricity are "crybabies" who deserve "head butts."

Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, went to Twitter yesterday to call out Floridians, who apparently don't know "how bad it could be." In another tweet, Hogan says his home in Clearwater was spared, but added that people who are still complaining about not having electricity or running water, which apparently includes those in the 64 nursing homes still without power, deserve Kevin Owens "head butts."  Perhaps Hogan isn't aware that 8 people have died from not having power.

Update: Horgan went on the Monsters in The Morning radio show last weekend and stated that he does not have power at his home.

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