Summer Walker Calls Out London on da Track Over His Parenting: ‘We Don’t Need You’

by | Celebrity LOVE

Another day in the dysfunctional hood.

Summer Walker is speaking out about London on da Track and putting his parenting methods on blast.

In a since-deleted Instagram post consisting of multiple slides—which came after London posted several videos of their daughter on his IG Stories on Sunday—the singer accused the producer of continually leaving and entering their daughter’s life. Walker claimed the last time she tried to have a conversation with him about spending time with their child, he asked about production credits, per HotNewHipHop.

“She’s not one of your little cars or props you can just post for clout,” Walker wrote. “I wish you would just go. We don’t need you. She has a real father over here. We be the ones sleep deprived taking care of her while you out doing whatever.”

Walker added that she feels her ex’s intentions “are not genuine [and] never have been,” sharing that she feels she’s “leaving my child with a stranger.”

This isn’t the first time Summer has complained about London’s parenting or lack of parenting.

London also doesn’t get along with his other baby mamas.

Within the same deleted post Summer wrote: “Okay I’ll FaceTime you now so I can see her room,” Walker wrote. “I just asked you for a picture of her room on FaceTime and you hung [up] on me… It’s not that difficult lol so she doesn’t have a room. You could’ve said that last night. Bye bro, drop my baby off.”

Within the post, Walker also shared an image of her child with a bruise on her head, as she alleged in text messages that it marked the “second time she came back with something wrong” with her.

London’s ex Eboni later seemingly got involved, per the Shade Room, writing that “at this point, you need to follow the rest of my footsteps and just deal with it.”

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“Every time this girl goes talkin the same story I’m offended bc girl you were all in my koolaid when I was hollering the same thing,” she wrote on her Instagram Stories. “Your turn. Nobody feels sorry for you.”

Summer wouldn’t be the first to think she’s special and that a man who displayed certain behavior would treat her different, because she’s special.

Summer’s first date with London was a bowling alley, shopping and to the strip club where she got extra drunk.

Another day in the dysfunctional hood.  Many celebrity women have the money and access to get spiritual healing and learn how to  attract healthy, conscious relationships, but they choose not to.  Perhaps the thought never comes on their radar, who knows. But the point is other than money and influence the lives of many black women do not change when it comes to men. They faire no better off than the woman who works the counter of McDonald’s when it comes to relationships.

And the men, like I always say, the dream isn’t to find love, be a good husband and PROVIDE. The dream for them is to have all the b*tches.