He’s even got his own song now. Yes, just when you thought you hadn’t heard about Force winger Nick Cummins for a while (about a week?), a musician has released this gem of a track as an ode to the cult hero. It features some of the Honey Badger’s best bits, including a one-armed brick layer, a bag of meat and a rat up a drainpipe.
Written and produced by Denis Carnahan, this parody of the classic tune Hallelujah has spread far and wide since being uploaded yesterday. It’s not just Australians who love it either – fans from across the globe have embraced the Badgerisms we’ve been treated to of late.
In the words of Carnhan himself, he describes this piece as: “A song dedicated to Rugby’s master of the simile, the Poet of Perth, the most Australian man in the world, Nick “The Honey Badger” Cummins. If you haven’t heard of him, you should have. Google him. He’s awesome.”
If you’re a fan, you’ll love this. And if you were wondering about the Waratahs ball at the end, it’s a nod to the hat-trick the Badge scored against the Sydney powerhouses recently.
You can follow Denis on Twitter at @DenisCarnahan, and watch more of Cummins’ pearls of widsom and great play in the Related Posts below. He’ll be going off like a bag of cats if you do.