Lil Mama’s new song, “Sausage,” has caused shockwaves across the social media, and not in a good way.
Shortly after the release of the bouncy summer track’s accompanying video via World Star Hip-Hop, Lil Mama faced backlash from Twitter users, who seemed excited to join the trend of slamming her efforts at making a comeback.
I just listened to 30 seconds of "Sausage" by Lil Mama pic.twitter.com/PPrUpOL2hE
— Semaj Harden (@KJayy_) May 29, 2015
The good Lord said he'd never place a yoke upon you that you couldn't bare, but then he went and let me like this Lil Mama Sausage song
— I am Solo. (@SoloExMachina) May 29, 2015
Lil mama made a actual song to the sausage trend someone get her
— Kris (@kristentamara_) May 29, 2015
However, such reactions are quite unfair as the song is actually not bad at all. In fact, it’s a harmless record built on the silly “sausage” raps that have taken over Vine, Instagram and YouTube in the last year.
I guess until Jay-Z declares liking Lil Mama acceptable again, she will forever be on the losing end of the stans’ group think behaviour. You know, those who refuse to do anything without the green light of their Roc Nation leaders or allow any artist but their “faves” to be successful.
Watch this week’s episode of Trini Trent TV and let me know if you agree.