Summer season Walker shares a message for critics speaking about her daughter on Instagram in Celeb Information – The Shade Room

When it comes to children, celebrities or not, everyone understands that they are taboo. Nobody should be talking about someone else’s child, especially if you don’t know all the facts. Summer Walker previously made headlines and was trending on Twitter because people worried about their daughter on London On Da Track. Commentators were concerned about their daughter’s weight as Summer fed her hemp and honey. The R&B singer had time and a message today for the people who were in her business!

Summer went to her Instagram and shared several videos on her story. She admitted that she is familiar with blogs but had issues with people in the comments. “You can talk about my hair. You can blog about my nails and whatever they are. I’m always on blogs, but everyone knows you’re not talking about anyone’s child. “

She continued, “Please don’t make me end up like Sukihana when my mug shot is posted for trying to cheer everyone.”

If you remember, we reported on July 2nd that Suki was arrested in Florida for assault after she had an argument with someone apparently over their children. When Summer continued talking about her child, she said that she always has her daughter and that she doesn’t like to leave her and tries to take her everywhere. She stated that she wanted to take them to Los Angeles for the BET Awards but didn’t because her nanny suggested against it due to COVID-19.

As Summer continued to put an end to rumors, she was sure she wasn’t depressed and wasn’t struggling with postpartum depression. What was interesting was that she said she was depressed when she was in a relationship with London.

Chile, Summer left one more thing off her chest and proclaimed London an Instagram dad. In a separate post, she called on him to allegedly only see her daughter with his mother on weekends, to bring her presents and to take photos with her.

Roommate, what do you think about that?

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