A video of Brian O'Driscoll playing a lambeg drum at a 12th of July gathering is currently all over Social Media.
BBC shared the footage which was shot by Aaron Willis on their Twitter account and a lot of people were left wondering why O'Driscoll was taking part.
However, the former Ireland captain took to Twitter to say that he was "currently in Northern Ireland filming a documentary outlining how Rugby as a sport unifies the country.
"Meeting some great people and look forward to the finished product- airs late autumn on Bt Sport."
Former Ireland rugby captain Brian O'Driscoll his hand at the Lambeg ???? pic.twitter.com/d9h6rTPibk
— BBC News NI (@BBCNewsNI) July 12, 2018
BOD was in Loughgall in County Armagh at the time of the video and one person described it as the "story of the day."
This comes a couple of days after BOD and his partner attended a massive house party for Meghan and Harry on Tuesday.
It was also confirmed earlier this year that the couple would be moving into this family goals type house in Dublin.
The pair bought the home in 2016 for less than half its worth in the 'boom' times and although it is split into three flats, the couple are looking to restore it to a singular big family house again.