Okay, ew. Just, EW.
For reasons only known to Hulk Hogan, the wrestler Tweeted a photo of his daughter Brooke's bare legs while she was sitting crossed-legged in a chair with the caption, "Brooke's legs" on Monday. Hogan posted the image on the photo-sharing website Lockerz.com, then apparently took it down but not before the image could be screen-grabbed and shared.
Shudder. This is no isolated incident—in the past, Brooke has been forced to defend her relationship with her father, tweeting in August 2011, “I'm SO sick of people saying me and my dad are in some perverted relationship. Go home and do your own thing! Stop picking on me!”
But people don't seem to be picking as much as they seem, well, concerned about the father-daughter pair.
The general icky feeling arose in 2008 when Hulk was photographed rubbing suntan oil on Brooke's legs and butt while she basked poolside in Los Angeles. To explain the photos, Brooke told US Weekly, "I know I'm a grown woman but it's like he's touching an old car!" Okay, then! Later that year, Hulk tagged along on Brooke's half-naked photo shoot for Maxim for which she wore a bikini top and a pair of unzipped tight jeans. It didn't help matters when in October 2010, Hulk married Jennifer McDaniels, dubbed a "Brooke-a-like" for her remarkable resemblance to Brooke—well-endowed, muscular, tanned, and bleached blonde. Then, a month later Brooke and Hulk posted a YouTube video of themselves rapping to Notorious B.I.G.'s "Juicy." In the video, Hulk asks, "What about the dancing girls?" to introduce Brooke, then flashes his junk (censored, thank God) in front of his daughter. Then, when Brooke posed nude in a dog cage for a photo exhibit in August 2011, she brought her dad as her date to the unveiling of the photo. And finally, in June 2012 Hulk did the unthinkable when he re-tweeted the following: "@HulkHogan Hey hulk I went ballsdeep on Brooke! Could I get a retweet!"
Then there's this photo of Hulk pointing to Brooke's nether regions. And this one. Is this totally inappropriate father-daughter behavior or are people over-reacting?