London On Da Track Responds to Summer Walker’s Absent Father Claims


Summer Walker and London On Da Track’s relationship drama continues to unfold.

In the wake of her pregnancy, the “Girls Need Love” singer aired out the father of her unborn child on social media, claiming he is an absent father.

“black men gotta start doing better when it comes to being a father. my grandfather lame, my father lame, & dis ni**a lame,” she wrote in a series of Instagram Stories. “lol and I guess the cycle will just continue. I guess ni**as still dealing with the shackles of mental slavery or some sh*t, back when white men ripped you from your families and beat you to death if you tried to protect them. It goes deep. Sh*ts really sad.”

In addition to calling him “ghetto,” Walker claims she “tried to get him to spend time with his other kids” but was unsuccessful.

“He ain’t want to cause he selfish. I tried to get his baby mamas to let him see the kids, they didn’t want to cause they was bitter & hated me for no reason,” she continued. “I tried to get, everybody to just get the f**k along like one big happy family and instead everyone just sh*t on me. & now I just have the sh*t end of the stick cause all these mf’s is G H E T T 0.”

But London won’t stand for the slander. Taking to Instagram, the producer behind many of Walker’s hits denied accusations that he is not present in the lives of his other children.

“I’m not going to let heightened emotions, continued false narratives and accusations trick me into disrespecting the mothers of ANY of my children,” he wrote. “I love my kids dearly and currently doing everything in my power (legally) to ensure my kids safety and quality of life. Drama isn’t my priority. my children are.”

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Earlier this month, Walker announced that she was pregnant with her first child. The father is reportedly London. The two have been in an on-again, off-again relationship.

“Well I guess i’ll just put it all in an album, collect my millions, and be on my marry way,” Walker added, “But at least I can afford to take care of my child.”