When third stew June Foster joined the Sirocco team on Below Deck Mediterranean, chief stew Hannah Ferrier knew she’d have her hands full.
Foster joined the team only hours before picking up the next group of charter guests and has never seemed to find her groove since. While she appears to be muddling through her task list, there is one nagging problem: she doesn’t respond to her radio.
One a number of occasions, Ferrier has called to Foster only to get dead air. When the crew uses their radio to call another crew member they typically say the other crew member’s name and then their own. But Ferrier seems to be saying, “June, June, Hannah” over and over again. To the point where the call has become a meme and now even a rap.
He always delivers a unique song after each episode
Deckhand Colin Macy-O’Toole is a multi-talented guy. Not only can he help launch the water toys like its nobody’s business, but he is also a gifted musician. After each episode, Macy-O’Toole has managed to create a unique rap where he sums up the show in a neat, musical package.
In the past, he’s cleverly created a number of songs, including his special parody of “Bohemian Rhapsody.” When Chef Mila Kolomeitseva was still with the team she managed to serve tacky tacos and slimy fish. So Macy-O’Toole wrote lyrics to the popular Queen song.
Instead of “Mama, just killed a man,” Macy-O’Toole had his own take. “Mila, almost killed a man,” he sang. “Thought I’d be your biggest fan, then you made fish from a can.” The rendition blew up and went viral.
By popular demand, here is ‘June, June, Hannah’
The “June, June, Hannah” call is hard to ignore for any Below Deck Med fan. So Macy-O’Toole knew he needed to craft his own version of the latest episode and name it “June, June, Hannah.” He posted the video to Instagram. “Due to high demand, here is my #belowdeckmed rap recap for episode 10, ‘June, June, Hannah’. Enjoy!”
Of course, the minute cast members heard the song they were in stitches. “DUDE IM DEAD,” Chef Anatasia Surmava wrote on the thread. Second stew Aesha Scott wrote, “HAHAAHAAAHAHAHAHA YYEEEEESSSASSA!!!!!!!!!!!” In addition to the crew, the guys from hilarious Bravo podcast, Watch What Crappens parroted, “JUNE JUNE HANNAH.”
The rap itself is fun. In the background, Macy-O’Toole has the constant drumbeat of him saying, “June, June, Hannah” as he raps the episode recap. He recounts every twist and turn that went down on the show, but said whenever something happens all the crew can hear is, “June, June, Hannah.”
During the episode, Foster is confronted about not responding to her radio. She responded by saying that perhaps she didn’t understand hearing her name over the radio. Macy-O’Toole managed to weave that comment into his rap and so much more. Just when fans didn’t think he could top the previous rap, Macy-O’Toole scores big with “June, June, Hannah.”
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