Jafar from Aladdin loves singing these. Towards the end of the original Aladdin movie, he sang a short song to the tune of "Prince Ali" while revealing to Princess Jasmine that Prince Ali is really Aladdin in disguise. In The Return of Jafar, he sang, "You're Only Second Rate" to show how inferior Genie's magic is compared to his.
"Kill The Beast", The Mob Song from Beauty and the Beast, is sung by the village mob and Gaston about how scary and mean the Beast is.
The Lion King II has Kovu "booed" off of Pride Rock as all of the animals sing "One of Us"; the song denotes that he has been banished. The entire song is practically a lyrification of "The Reason You Suck" Speech, as it would relate to Kovu, even though its entire premise is based on an erroneous assumption. This is because Simba believes that Kovu attempted to ambush him while the two had a friendly chat on a trek through the jungle.
Films - Live Action
Played with in Cinderella. The two stepsisters have a whole song where they criticize Cinderella...but they don't realize it's her they're singing about; they think they're just singing about a random princess.
"Scotty Doesn't Know" from Euro Trip. It was the film's main theme song which cruelly deals with the affair Fiona was having with the singer, Donny, while she was with Scott. Scott eventually thinks song was pretty catchy and starts to enjoy it.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail, where Sir Robin's wandering minstrels - who are supposed to be on his team - aren't exactly rushing to sing the praises of their courtly knight...
Bravely bold Sir Robin, rode forth from Camelot,
He was not afraid to die, Oh Brave Sir Robin;
He was not at all afraid to be killed in nasty ways;
Brave, brave, brave, brave Sir Robin!
He was not in the least bit scared to be mashed into a pulp,
Or to have his eyes gouged out, and his elbows broken;
To have his kneecaps split, and his body burned away,
And his limbs all hacked and mangled, brave Sir Robin!
His head smashed in, and his heart cut out,
And his liver removed, and his bowels unplugged,
And his nostrils raped, and his bottom burned off,
The page quote refers to a song called Shelton Benjamin Sucks, which Chris Jericho came up with after tracing the root to his perceived asoflate slump to Shelton beating him for the intercontinental title. But, as you call tell, a lot of thought was not put into the lyrics.
Big Zeke ain't got no cuts Big Zeke ain't got no cuts He big, he strong, but he ain't got no cuts!
In No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, rank #4 assassin, Margaret Moonlight, spends her entire boss fight singing an incredibly catchy song whit parts insulting our "hero", Travis Touchdown:
Thigh-high socks are my absolute territory Go on and drool; the otaku cannot resist You think the fire in your eyes makes you a tiger in disguise? Dream on, you goddamn pussy.
"Turnabout Reclaimed", the DLC-case of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies , features a witness who is fond of rapping. Phoenix eventually has him so backed into a corner that said witness decides to deliver a testimony by way of rap. The name of the testimony? "The Dissin' of Phoenix Wright".
The South Park episode "Asspen" has Dash's "Stan Darsh" song.
In the Sponge Bob Square Pants episode "Dunces and Dragons", Squidly, the royal fool, sings a song to King Krabs to make up for making a bad joke (SpongeBob and Patrick had joined along the singing), but the song was insulting that King Krabs had ordered Squidly, SpongeBob, and Patrick to be executed.
Oh, hear me king, for I must sing, how you are the greatest at everything, like letting a dragon burn down our city, a horrible sight that wasn't pretty, 'twas all your fault and 'tis a pity. You were bad, you are to blame, now hang your kingly head in shame, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la. The king is bad, the king's to blame, he hangs his kingly head in shame, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la!
In "Special Funnel", Peter Sam is the butt of the other engines' jokes due to his funnel being wobbly, and after said funnel was knocked off by an icicle while he was passing by a tunnel, Sir Handel sings about Peter Sam's funnel, much to the amusement to the other engines.
"Peter Sam's said again and again his new funnel will put ours to shame He went into the tunnel lost his old funnel. Now his famous new funnel's a drain!"
In the episode "Toad Stands By", the troublesome trucks sing "Pop Goes Ol' Ollie" to Oliver as ridicule for him falling into the turntable well in "Oliver Owns Up".
"Oliver's no use at all; Thinks he's very clever. Says that he could manage us; That's the best joke ever! When he orders us about, With the greatest folly, We've just pushed him down the well! Pop Goes Ol' Ollie!"
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