Not every one likes “Sausage” as much as Lil Mama. The former America’s Best Dance Crew judge made her comeback to rap with her new safe sex mantra “Sausage” earlier this month, but even though the song has a positive message, unfortunately fans and critics alike have a lot of negative feelings about the new video that accompanies the track.
The visual, which resembles her 2007 “Lip Gloss” storyline, features a day in the life theme accompanied by synchronized choreography. Once the effort dropped on World Star Hip-Hop on Thursday (May 28), the reactions on social media were more focused on the bad rather than the good. Moments after the Walu-directed video appeared online, Twitter users called her out for using “any and everything that’s been trending on black Twitter” and slammed her for not featuring the original “Sausage Movement” founders.