Sabrina responded to Brooke's heartfelt post with her sweet reply: "You make me equally proud. Love you B." But other fans and followers couldn't help but laugh at the cheeky dig at the former Bachelor.
"Oh so that’s why she chose honey badger! Even better! What a legend!" one exclaimed.
"Haha hit the honey badger," another penned, followed by a smiley face.
SAS Australia fans also took to the comments section to share their support for Sabrina on the show, where she has become a one to watch.
"Omggg I'm OBSESSED with her on SAS. From the first ep I could sense her internal power. So inspiring!!! Dynamic duo you two," one wrote.
Despite choosing the Honey Badger as her opponent herself, some fans were dismayed when Sabrina copped some intense punches and questions regarding violence against women arose.
"My whole life I have been fighting for equality. For people to treat all as equal, regardless of gender or race and that task was an opportunity for exactly that. I volunteered and picked @nickbadger for two reasons. 1) I wanted to select the person I thought was the biggest challenge and 2) I knew our respect was mutual and he would give me a fair fight regardless of my gender, and I am truly grateful for him and that experience."
She added: "Yes, I was scared but that’s the whole point of SAS not letting the fear consume you, instead harnessing it to empower you. In battle, the enemy doesn’t care about your gender or size, and we had to think like soldiers to get through each task."
“I had my date with Nick, I slept on it, and then the Rose Ceremony was the next day," she explained in 2019.
"I really do analyse things and in a way, you have to be selfish. I won’t go into too much, but I would say the decision to leave was definitely mine. I can’t say that they didn’t try persuade me to stay."
The social worker then joined the cast of Bachelor in Paradise for its second season where she had a brief fling with Bachelor winner Alex Nation.
Though she wouldn't advise women to apply for The Bachelor, Brooke has confessed she wouldn't be opposed to being the Bachelorette if the position was offered to her.
"I don’t know, I’d be very open to it," she mused on The Babble podcast with Matty J and Ruby Teys in September.
"I’m a little bit different in the sense that I date both sexes and whether Channel Ten and Warner Brothers would be up to a sort-of bi Bachelorette, I don’t know what they would that look like or if Australia would be ready for that.
"My followers have definitely been very vocal about their needs - they want a person of colour or a woman of colour to be in those positions."