Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan has claimed the coronavirus is a plague from God, angry at our worship of unimportant things.
Hulk Hogan! This was the man who was the posterchild for 1980s Reagan era hyper-capitalism. At his WWF peak, the company sold everything with his name on it. If you're a certain age, you probably even had one of the his famous foam fingers.
Hogan (real name Terry Bollea) then tried his hand at Hollywood, creating such giants of the movie genre as Mr. Nanny and Suburban Commando.
In later years, he was the face of the most scripted reality TV show in history Hogan Knows Best, and would be at the centre of two hugely controversial incidents.
In 2012, a video was published of the married Hogan having sex with the wife of his then friend, radio host Bubba The Love Sponge. Three years later, in Hogan's case about media company Gawker for publishing the video, an audio clip was released of a racist diatribe by Hogan, using the N-word and freely describing himself as a racist.
Now, in 2020, the Hulkster has decided that rest of us have gotten on God's bad side, comparing the coronavirus outbreak to the "plagues of Egypt."
Word up,can you handle the truth my brother only love HH pic.twitter.com/Fj7yVtSeVh
— Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) April 6, 2020
Posting on Twitter and Instagram, Hogan, who has ditched his trademark moustachioed look for a full white beard that makes him look a lot more like a crazy old man, Hogan suggested we don't need a vaccine, and listed the four things God has a problem with modern society worshiping - athletes, music, acting, and money.
We will remind you again about Hulk Hogan's wrestling career, his movie career, the millions and millions of dollars he made and spent. Of course, before Hogan even got into wrestling, he was a bass guitarists in a band.
Keep it up Hulkster, you're doing great.