Summer Walker’s toxic, beautifully sung romantic anthems have a devoted audience. However, she is close to retiring from the entertainment industry. At least, she’s shutting out her personal life from fans.

Not only is the music industry not for her, but she also has no interest in sharing her kid on social media, according to the Still Over It singer. She posted on her Instagram story to let fans know that she is reaching her breaking point.

“I’ll be glad when we get back to a time where being “real” can be honored & accpeted again. Worshiping people who put on a picture perfect facade for clout when they really ain’t got it like that or actually just ain’t ncie people makes me sick, & d*ck sucking really gets me. Like talking to people like shit ot make yourself feel more important is odd as hell. Or allowing someone to talk to you like piece of sh*t so you can fruther your career and stroke their egos is odd as hell to.”

Summer’s lifestyle and how she raises her child with producer London On Da Track have gotten her a lot of attention. The R&B singer also stated that she will not be posting pictures of her newborn on social media. “Not posting my baby anymore, she’s soooo cute and sweet and smart & perfect but people are weird,” she added in a separate post.

In March 2021, Summer Walker welcomed a baby girl. She has been criticized for her parenting style since the birth of her child. She has been chastised numerous times for her child’s eating choices and overall health. However, Still Over It, the Atlanta native’s second studio album, has received a positive response.

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