Rassie Erasmus denying rumours he’s Twitter commentator “Jaco Johan” goes up in opposition to Nick Cummins’ comical story of how he turned the “Honey Badger” within the first spherical of the search to search out rugby’s funniest interview.
Within the midst of an almighty battle with the British & Irish Lions, a Twitter account by the identify of “Jaco Johan” began trending after analysing incidents missed by the match officers through the tour of South Africa.
Eerily much like the movies Erasmus made himself, the clips sparked questions as to who really owned the account, and naturally fingers had been pointed on the Springbok coach. How did he reply to the allegations? In probably the most Rassie manner attainable.
Rassie Erasmus explains why he’s lively on Twitter, whether or not he’s certainly the notorious Jaco Johan and a number of the content material he has posted just lately 📲#CastleLionsSeries pic.twitter.com/4AmLlwUCWb
— SuperSport 🏆 (@SuperSportTV) July 27, 2021
— Jaco Johan (@thenosyone987) July 25, 2021
From “as powerful as woodpecker’s lips” to “sweating like a bag of cats at a greyhound meet”, Australia’s Nick “the Honey Badger” Cummins supplied the rugby world with a number of the strangest and funniest interviews of all time.
The winger’s on-camera antics secured him numerous roles in numerous advert campaigns in Australia, from being the ambassador for Tradies underwear and workwear since 2015, to that includes in TV campaigns for Head and Shoulders in 2014 and beer firm Iron Jack in 2017. As well as, he was the ambassador for Tourism Australia in 2017 and can be the presenter of the Nationwide Geographic program In the meantime In Australia.
Of all the good moments delivered by Cummins, his weird clarification of how he bestowed the nickname “The Honey Badger” on himself, takes the cake.
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