"Mama Parappa" (no official name has been revealed) is the mother to Parappa Rappa and Pinto Rappa, yet a very obscure character hardly -if ever- present in the fiction, presumably because she would be occupied by her work. Her absence is glaring and sometimes comes off as if she has passed away.

RodneyFun ComicsEdit

In a the RodneyFun Comics, PaRappa has gotten quite a gaming habit. His mother -dressed up in Firefighter suit- and his father are drinking tea together discussing PaRappa's situation. They are shown to be worried and ponder if he should get a job, which PaRappa overhears and acts on.

PaRappa the RapperEdit

In PaRappa the Rapper, she is mentioned in one of PaRappa's dream sequences. In the cutscene before Stage 3, PaRappa crashes his father's car, causing him to panic. He visualizes his father saying, "I still have 59 more monthly installments to pay, what am I gonna tell your mother?" 

Um Jammer LammyEdit

UJL Stage 2 Mama

In Um Jammer Lammy, the background of Stage 2 with Chief Puddle is the dancefloor to one particular firefighter who strikes resemblance to PaRappa's mother from the comics and is most likely intended to depict her, as she is also a firefighter. As far as her fellow firefighter colleagues seem to care about the situation at hand, she seems to care the least, even having her jacket unbuttoned for the occasion. She is also the only one on the fire crew to not be a dalmatian.

PaRappa the Rapper 2Edit

In PaRappa the Rapper 2, when trying to find a solution for the noodle problem, Papa PaRappa is a bit unfocused and finds a photograph of him and his wife on their honeymoon. He seems euphoric seeing it again, looking back on good memories and utters that "she used to be really nice." PaRappa's reaction is in sync with his father. The photograph is never shown to the audience.

PJ Berri no Mogu Mogu Munya MunyaEdit

In episode 20 of PJ Berri no Mogu Mogu Munya Munya Mama Parappa makes an appearance amongst her family -for the first time since the comics- in a flashback of Papa Parappa. She has no relevant and/or speaking role alike her daughter.