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Big Bird
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Nice Peter as Big Bird (left)
Character information
Full name Big Bird
Nickname(s) Bird
First appearance November 10, 1969
Sesame Street
Physical description
Hair Yellow plumage
Eyes Blue
Based on
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Conflict information
Appeared in Larry Bird vs Big Bird
Vs Larry Bird
Votes on community poll N/A
Release date January 26, 2019

What's up? It's your boy from Sesame Street!
— Big Bird

Big Bird battled Larry Bird in the Flash in the Pan Hip Hop Conflicts of Nowadays battle, Larry Bird vs Big Bird. He was portrayed by Nice Peter.

Information on the rapper

Big Bird first appeared on the premiere of Sesame Street in 1969, and has remained one of its main characters since. He was originally designed by a drawing from Jim Henson and built by Kermit Love in 1969. The design was based on a previous Henson creation. Officially performed by the late Caroll Spinney from 1969 to 2018, he is an eight-foot two-inch tall bright yellow anthropomorphic canary. He can roller skate, ice skate, dance, swim, sing, write poetry, draw, and even ride a unicycle. Despite this wide array of talents, he is prone to making frequent childlike misunderstandings, such as pronouncing the alphabet as one long word.

In 2000, Big Bird was named a Living Legend by the United States Library of Congress.


Verse 1:

What's up? It's your boy from Sesame Street

Here to rap against a freak with size 17 feet!

You're like Oscar the Grouch's house because you're trash!

Walkin' 'round in green like Shrek with a mustache!

Larry Bird? More like Scary Bird, you ogre!

You look like Frankenstein's monster, but older!

You're trying to battle with a childhood hero!

This one on one is gonna end with Larry Bird, zero!

Verse 2:

Wow, I can't believe what I just heard!

No way you just called me the flightless Bird!

You can't jump; you can't run! Stick to the threes

'Cause the Hick from French Lick surely can't hit me!

I'm like Snuffleupagus the way I bob and weave!

I'm the number one dunking on 33!

The letter of the day is U, as in U got served,

So why don't you go ahead and try and Follow That, Bird!