By David Heim
Hulk Hogan has had a rough week or so. After spewing out some racist comments last week and getting taken to task by the media, Hogan was let go by his long-time employer, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).READ MORE: Officials Investigating Gas Explosion Inside Home In South Philadelphia
The former WWE World Champ has since apologized. So where is the first place to go to help repair your image? Social media of course!
Ehh, maybe not.
Someone on Twitter created a fake account, sending tweets to Hogan professing their support for him in wake of the recent controversy, using images of European soccer players. Hogan, unaware of who these people are, is retweeting the tweets.
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— Hulkfan17 (@WarDesperados) July 27, 2015
That’s Liverpool defender Kolo Toure, if you were unaware.
And apparently Drake and Rio Ferdinand are being thrown into the fray as well.
— Monkey D. Jiggy (@Jackel_Ramzilla) July 27, 2015
How do you not know who Drake is? You’re better than that Hulk Hogan.
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David Heim is a fan of the New England Patriots and New York Yankees. He’s also a contributor to CBS Local Sports and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @davidheim12.