Lil Mama Promotes Safe Sex on ‘Sausage’
Lil Mama hasn't made much of an impact on the mic since her 2007 hit “Lip Gloss.” For the last few years, she's been judging talent competitions (America's Best Dance Crew) and taken on the acting world (CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story). This week, the Brooklyn, N.Y.-bred rhymer releases a new song, “Sausage.” The title is a euphemism for the male anatomy as she encourages safe sex by wrapping up the sausage.
Over an instrumental of Slick Rick’s classic song “Mona Lisa,” Lil Mama spits struggle bars about a myriad of things while cribbing a few songs like Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” and Lil’ Vicious' “Freaks.”
“My whole style is straight wild, no patience / Check out my hair, it’s Persian and Malaysian / I cut it off in the summer when it’s blazin’, yes / I cut you off if you fakin’ and hatin’,” she raps.
The song (and possibly the title) has bewildered a few fans on Twitter. One person tweeted, "I'm so confused," while another person commented, "Why would they ever let lil mama make another song and then call it sausage?"
Aside from rapping, Lil Mama did a phenemonal job portraying the late rapper Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in the VH1 biopic, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story. The 25-year-old actress can be seen next in the Benny Boom-directed film Wild for the Night.
Check out Lil Mama get back to business below.