Nick Hogan Calls His Supra A "P***y Magnet" In Rides Magazine, Claims To Have "Terrible Driving Record"

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After learning earlier this morning about the possibility one of Hulk Hogan's Vipers may have been involved in the race that led to the crash of his son, Nick Hogan's (aka Nick Bollea) Supra (Again, pics of the crushed Supra here — and below), we really didn't think it was possible for there to be yet another wrinkle in the saga. We were wrong. The son of Hulk Hogan apparently gave an interview in the upcoming issue of Rides magazine where in addition to claiming he has "a terrible driving record," he talks about both his yellow Supra and his (father's?) silver Viper. Here's what he has to say about what the 16-year-old kid terms his "hatchback-like" Supra and Viper:

The yellow Supra...[a] p***y magnet for sure. I mean, the green and the silver appeal more to men, 'cause a guy knows what he's looking at and will drool over it. But girls see the yellow, and panties start dropping off.


Seriously dude, if little Nicky think women like him because of the color of his car, he's got some serious deficiencies in the common sense area. More likely is the ladies — and I'm using the term generously here, and in the same way I'd call you a "gentleman" — are his fans cause of his dad's green in his pocket, not because he's driving a urine-colored Supra. But, maybe the kid'll learn why it's important not to shoot his mouth off. [Ridez via TMZ]




Perhaps if Mr. Bollea had been piloting some sort of interesting etceternini would I have any interest in reading baout this. As it is, I don't particularly care what some son-of-a-sortaceleb does. I feel dirty even taking the time to comment on this.

That said, (ahem), let's see some honest to goodness Jalop-worthy hoon content. I *am* wanting to be dazzled by the destruct-tastic creativity of the next redneck Edison to be linked to this site.