‘Sausage’ Song, Videos And Rap Lyrics: The #SausageMovement That Got Kids In Trouble

Well, you learn something new every day, and that lesson included learning about the “Sausage Song,” a social media spread song that has birthed a #SausageMovement, a short rap song that features people creating their own beats by clapping their hands, pounding on desks and/or stomping their feet. Unfortunately, some younger people who find themselves creating their own versions of the song and filming the video inside their schools are discovering administrators who are unhappy with them doing so, as seen in certain viral videos that feature a teacher screaming for the sausage singers to “Shut up!” Reports of a school expulsion, along with positions lost in various clubs or activities have been reported in the wake of sausage videos going viral.

Warning: NSFW language appears throughout most of the videos related to the “Sausage” rap song lyrics, along with some twerking or hilarious falling throughout certain sausage-related videos.

Reportedly, “Big Mac” may have been the creator of the sausage song and beat, with this YouTube video posted on January 14, titled #Sausage Miami NorthWestern High IG@Big_mac_75, which has gained more than one million views thus far. According to an Instagram post that contains booking information and the like, the “Big Mac” handle is the originator of the song.

As reported by Vice, the origins of the sausage song that’s really not about sausage — but a double entendre for an obvious phallic member — can either be traced to the sausage singer at Miami Northwestern High, or via an Army YouTube video that’s been linked to on their page. Either way, folks seem to change up the lyrics to their sausage songs at will — with most of them appearing pretty NSFS (not safe for school) and NSFW.

A search on Twitter merely for the word sausage pulls up a plethora of tweets about the breakfast food, and other things, with some choosing to relate their song lyrics humorously to a stop at IHOP for pancakes. While there are funny renditions of the song, others are downright troubling, because of the graphic nature of the song.

As reported by the Inquisitr, other viral YouTube videos of a lighter fare include one wherein a man kissed a horse, and was delighted when the horse kissed him back on the cheek. Creative in beat and cadence, the “Sausage Song” can be troubling because of its usual graphic nature. Perhaps funnier lyrics in the sausage ditty will go viral in a good way.

[Image via Twitter]