Bindi Irwin — that wonderfully Dark Crystal Muppet-esque daughter of the late "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin — has entered the rap game. She performed her new single this morning on Today, a hip hop-influenced song about nature conservation, with four gay backup dancers called the Crocmen. The Crocmen! Seriously, you can't make this shit up. The chorus goes, "I'm afraid of grizzly bears/ But don't you see/ Grizzly bears should be afraid of me." Not to be totally insensitive, but isn't that the same sort of logic that got her father killed by a stingray?

Update: Get to know Bindi's Crocmen!


Add it to your Amazon wishlists, kids!

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