Brooke has shared ‘If You Knew My Father’ in support of the former wrestler.
Brooke Hogan has come to the defence of her father Hulk Hogan after he was found to have made racist remarks during a taped conversation in 2007. The singer, who starred with her father in reality series ‘Hogan Knows Best’ penned a poem titled ‘If You Knew My Father’ describing Hulk as having a ‘tender heart’ and as someone who would never want to hurt his fans.
Hulk Hogan's daughter Brooke who has written a poem in support of her father.
Brooke posted the poem on her Facebook account just hours after her dad became the center of racism scandal which saw him loose his WWE contract and be dropped as a judge on reality series ‘Tough Enough’. ‘If you knew the dad I knew, you'd know his tender heart,’ Brooke wrote.
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Brooke Hogan, Hulk Hogan and Jennifer McDaniel Thursday 11th August 2011 Brooke Hogan, Jennifer McDaniel and Hulk Hogan attend her portrait unveiling at the Women In Cages exhibit at Cafeina Lounge Miami, Florida