Brooke Hogan Responds to Public Outcry From ‘Sickos’ After Dad Tweets Photo of Her Legs

Celebrity News Jan. 29, 2013 AT 5:30AM
Brooke Hogan Brooke Hogan Credit: Twitter

As if having a dad who has a bleach-blond handlebar mustache and wears orange-and-yellow boas wasn’t embarrassing enough!

Over the years, Hulk Hogan and his daughter Brooke have made many cringe with their just-a-little-too-close relationship. (We still can’t get the 2008 image of him rubbing suntan lotion all over her butt out of our heads!) But on Sunday, he really creeped us out when he tweeted a photo of the 25-year-old blonde in a mini dress and high heels with the caption: Brooke's legs.

In his defense (or not), before he posted the pic, he tweeted about going to his Hogan’s Beach bar in Tampa “for a Drizink,” so he probably didn’t have his wits about him.

Naturally, many of his followers were shocked … and not because Brooke has a great pair of stems. “You guys' relationship is disgusting. That s--t is just weird,” wrote @MissJia, while @FVTE3 added, “that s--t is extra creepy.”

But Brooke thought her dad’s actions were totally normal and on Monday took to her Twitter page, where she suggested that those who found Hulk’s comment to be icky were into bestiality … because that makes sense, right? “A dad can't even be proud of his daughter without sickos makin it something it's not,” she wrote. “Really?? Go back to your farm animals. #ignorant.”

What do you think? Is Hulk Hogan simply proud of his daughter or do you find the photo and caption he posted to be a little creepy?

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