Brooke Hogan is Hulk Hogan’s daughter. And I hate myself for knowing this, but she is a wannabe pop star. Think: VERY poor man’s Ashlee Simpson. But without the acting and singing skills of a Simpson. And, she is a poet.

I can’t imagine I need to explain the context of why Hulk Hogan is in the news lately, but a very recent kerfuffle has him on the ropes so to speak. Let’s just say that some of his words (recorded under oath) have come back to haunt him.

So, his daughter decided to do what any ingenue-wordsmith would do. She wrote a poem extolling Hogan senior’s innocence. And the poetry is - well - it’s . . .

Lines of words that look like they were written by a child who has never been told to find a marketable skill and actually work for a living.

If you knew the dad I knew, you’d know his tender heart.

He’d never want to hurt his fans, or family from the start.

If you knew my father, you would know how hard he fought... and the way it brought a smile to people light, medium and dark.

We always fight a battle that people never see, and sometimes when you’re hurting, you don’t think logically.

Human isn’t perfect, and perfect is not he, but I can tell you one thing, it’s just not what it seems.

Cause If you knew the dad I knew, you’d know he raised me well.

He taught me folks are so much more than shades could ever tell.

There’s more but it just goes on and on. If you want to read all of it you can go here.


I don’t recommend it. It might be worse than that of Paula Nancy Millstone Jennings.

On another topic: my new podcast is out in case you haven’t heard it.…

And I will make this promise to you now. It will NEVER contain poetry.

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Steve Lehto has been practicing law for 23 years, almost exclusively in consumer protection and Michigan lemon law. He wrote The Lemon Law Bible and Chrysler’s Turbine Car: The Rise and Fall of Detroit’s Coolest Creation.


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