Hulk Hogan has started a lot of debate via social media, particularly in recent weeks. Yet, his most recent incident was at the end of the week when he posted an innocent picture of his better half, Jennifer McDaniel.

She was jumping with joy on a seashore. Yet, many people on Twitter raised attention to this, as Florida is still under a state-wide “self-quarantine.”

And certain people inside the state have been on purpose, paying no attention to the order by heading off to the seashore.

Hulk Hogan with his wife Jennifer

Hulk Hogan and his controversial posts:

“My better half Jennifer’ Mrs. Hogan’ hopping with joy that she’s back on the seashore brother’ Rideordie/life partner/real/love4LifeHH,’ ‘Hogan had captioned his post.

One fan posted a comment, “Beaches are especially dangerous, not a wise decision of being around them yet. The virus is yet pretty awful. It will be ideal if you remain safe.”

Another fan commented, “Not a decent look, brother. Everybody ought to stay at home at present.”

“The Hulkster” then tried to clarify the circumstance.

Hulk Hogan caused controversy by saying, “Maybe we don’t need a vaccine”:

At the beginning of April, Hogan’s post on Instagram became controversial as it says may be a vaccine for the coronavirus is not what we need. The same virus which is the reason for the death of 160,000 people worldwide until now.

The controversial post whose caption goes like: “You wish to praise wealth, and I will collapse the economy and break down the stock exchange. You would prefer not to go to church and love Me, I will make it where you can’t go to church,” Hogan composed. “The people who are summoned by my name becomes modest and implore and look for my face and abandon their insidious behavior, then I will know from paradise and will forgive their wrongdoing and will mend their territory. We needn’t bother with the vaccine. Maybe we have to take this self-isolation from all the disturbances and have self-improvement where we focus on the ONLY thing on the planet that truly matters. Jesus.”

Hogan approves of Pro Wrestling being fake:

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He additionally reacted to comments Ronda Rousey made about pro wrestling being phony, which he agreed to.

Hogan wrote in the comment segment of Rousey’s Instagram post, “Wow, that is the way by which I have to get up each morning rather than espresso.

Marks always work themselves into a shoot, particularly when they are in the ring, more original words have never been expressed. Yo Travis, love you, folks. HH.”


Sources: Comicbook, NY Post

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