Howard Stern and Bubba The Love Sponge Talk Hulk Hogan's Sex Tape

The Howard Stern SiriusXM radio show fans got a little more insight into the media frenzy surrounding Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker, after they leaked footage from a sex-tape.

Radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge happened to in possession of the film that was stolen and placed online.

The Stern Show and Bubba's show were being recorded in tandem though it took a little while to get Bubba's feed to come in.

The dual interview began with the two radio personalities talking about how they would email each other from time to time and after not hearing from Stern for a while, Bubba thought Stern was mad at him.

It wasn't the case and the two revealed that they both have mutual respect for one another and Stern told Bubba that they are still good friends.

The conversation moved into talk about Bubba offering his wife to Stern a few years ago which immediately turned into a discussion about the Hulk Hogan tape, featuring Bubba's ex-wife Heather Clem, that was in his possession. The tape has been a part of a highly publicized trial between Hogan and Gawker.

He revealed that he was not the one who showed anyone the tape and would later on go on to reveal that the tape was stolen from him by Spice Boy and given to Mike Calta.

"Howard asked if he was using the tapes for his own sexual gratification. Bubba said no. He said he has not even seen the tapes," according to MarksFriggin.

They briefly paused the talk of the tape to discuss Jeff The Drunk asking permission to be on Bubba's show. Bubba actually revealed that Jeff was the one who called in asking to be a part of the shot and that it caught him off-guard.

Bubba wasn't sure what to do so he told Jeff that he would need to confirm with Stern first. Stern however, didn't have an issue with Bubba and that he was annoyed by Jeff, according to MF.

According to a dialogue between Stern, Robin Quivers and Bubba, it does not appear as if Hogan wants to be friends with Bubba anymore. Bubba was really careful about what he said because he was on his station simultaneously and did not want to lose his job.

He did however, share interest in wanting to come back to SiriusXM. For the most part there wasn't much revealed in terms of the case which doesn't seem to impress the Stern Show crew.