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Giants Running-Back David Wilson Wears A Rabbit Head, Drinks Some Watermelon And Listens To Beyonce In Bizarre Video

Giants Running-Back David Wilson Wears A Rabbit Head, Drinks Some Watermelon And Listens To Beyonce In Bizarre Video

New York Giants’ running back David Wilson has had a stressful time recently as he faces the long road to recovery from the herniated disk he suffered last season.

The Giants harness hope that Wilson will return to football in 2014 but if the 22-year-old’s recent Instagram video is anything to go by, he’s been doing a lot more than just hitting the gym and sticking to his rehab schedule.

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_

In the video, which Wilson posted over the weekend, he can be seen wearing a rabbit head while drinking some watermelon through a straw – oh, and all while listening to Drunk in Love by Beyonce feat. Jay-Z:

We can understand Wilson listening to the song and hey, we don’t even have a problem with the watermelon. After all, it makes sense considering Beyonce sings : “I’ve been drinking watermelon”.

But the rabbit’s head? It’s a bit strange to say the least.

Here’s hoping Wilson is back on the field soon, if only for his sanity’s sake!

The audio is from the Beyonce (featuring power agent Jay Z) song, Drunk in Love. The video shows Wilson, sporting a giant bunny head, drinking watermelon through a straw. If this is a meme, this is the first I’m seeing of it. If it is not, then good for Wilson for being really weird.

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