Former WWE star James "Kamala" Harris spoke with Bleacher Report about the racist comments made by Hulk Hogan that were released on Friday. Here are the highlights. On Hogan’s racist comments: "That's not the Hogan I know. Hogan always treated me like a gentleman. He genuinely cared about me. He was my friend. He'd tell me, 'Brother, I'm getting my money. I hope you're getting yours, because you're putting asses in the seats.' When it came to our matches, he valued my input. He'd always say, 'What do you want to do out there, brother?' I'd tell him, and then we'd go out there and do it. He's a sweetheart of a guy." “He's a super-nice guy. I don't believe he's a racist at all, no matter what he said." On what he would say to Hogan if he saw him now: "The first thing I'd do is shake his hand and hug him, just like we always do. That wouldn't change. Then I might say, 'Hey man, what happened?' But it'd be with a smiling face." Kamala On Hulk Hogan’s Racist Comments: “He’s Not Racist At All” | eWrestlingNews.com Smh.. maybe he treated him with some decency in his face but remember there's a lot of closet racists out there, this doesn't change anything. Side note: Vince screwed Kamala over because he knew he could get away with it. Hogan and Ultimate Warrior even told Kamala that they were getting paid very well. Kamala was uneducated and Vince used it to his advantage. At the end of the day, Vince is a businessman and Kamala got played.