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The star posted a photo of himself with the TV star alongside his misdirected tribute.Pro Wrestling reporter, Ryan Satin, highlighted Hulk’s error, writing: “Hulk Hogan paid tribute to Bam Margera today, who — despite what Hulk Hogan thought — is not dead.” He later updated followers after Hulk deleted his note, writing: “Hulk deleted the tweet apologizing now too.” Followers online had been left confused, with one tweeting: “Did... ” Another asked: “Wait, Bam Margera is alive isn’t he?
He asked me if I was doing it and I said, ' Yeah.' He told me he was going to sit this one out and I said, ' That's fine, buddy, I got it.' We went back to listening to Roger and ten minutes later someone knocked on the window and said it's time," Knoxville recalled.Last picture: Just hours before his death, Ryan (left) tweeted this photograph of himself enjoying a night out with his passenger Zac Hartwell (far right) who also died in the accident, and another friend He told the website: 'In 2005, Dunn was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and entered a first offender's programme that allowed him to clear his record after a certain period of good behaviour.'Dunn, Margera, Christopher Raab (known as Raab Himself) and Brandon Di Camillo had started making videos featuring themselves skateboarding and performing stunts under the moniker CKY for 'Camp Kill Yourself'.Fellow Jackass members Preston Lacy and Steve-O from the WMMR 93.3 radio show called Margera’s mother, April, off-air before any of the details were released, leading to her finding out about Dunn's death.Margera retaliated on Twitter late last night, saying: 'I just lost my best friend, I have been crying hysterical for a full day and piece of s**t roger ebert has the gall to put in his 2 cents about a jackass drunk driving and [he is] one, f*** you!"An article on Hilton's blog read: 'We certainly agree that driving after drinking is wrong, we think there's no reason - especially RIGHT NOW - that anyone should be pointing fingers or poking fun at a truly tragic situation.