After Hurricane Irma, Hulk Hogan had some choice words for “crybabies”

Hulk Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, appears in court, Wednesday, May 25, 2016, in St. Petersburg, Fla. A Florida judge on Wednesday denied Gawker's motion for a new trial in Hogan's sex-video case and won't reduce a $140 million jury verdict. (Scott Keeler/The Tampa Bay Times via AP, Pool)

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In two since-deleted tweets, Hulk Hogan declared that Irma survivors are “crybabies” for complaining about their situations.

On Thursday, the professional wrestling star wrote “no water, no power, crybabies, everyone’s complaining, these people have no clue how bad it could be. Praying for those that got hit hard, lost homes, lives, businesses, lost everything, thank you God for helping those with divine highly blessings, God speed only love.”

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Hogan rode out the storm at his home in Clearwater, Florida — a city on the west coast of the state. His tweets sparked a small firestorm on social media, with many criticizing Hogan. While still a larger-than-life celebrity in the professional wrestling circuit, the star returned to fame a few years ago when he effectively put gossip and news website Gawker out of business.

The tweets have been taken down but were captured by The Washington Post before they were deleted. He has not returned requests for comment on the statements.

The Hulk also noted on Twitter that he spent Friday with linemen restoring power to Orlando, which was ravaged by Irma.

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