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Summer Walker Bashes London On Da Track

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Summer Walker recently confirmed pregnancy rumors and now she’s publicly bashing her child’s father.

After finally confirming her pregnancy, Summer Walker is already trashing baby-daddy London on da Track on social media.

On Instagram, Miss “I’ll Kill You” didn’t hold back in how she felt about London. In screenshots posted to her story, the language was pretty that she was throwing shots at the mega producer.

“For now: lol, for now ima just take my L,” she wrote. “I should really out this bum ass n**** @lodonondatrack I could really fuck up life … lol but I’m not.”

Not only did Walker address her child’s father, she also took the take time to call out a few other men in her life.

“Black men gotta start doing better when it comes to being a father,” she said as she continued the rant. “My grandfather lame, my father lame, & dis n##a lame. lol and guess the cycle will just continue. I guess ni##as still dealing with the shackles of mental slavery or some sh##, back when white men ripped you from your families and beat you to death if you tried to protect them. It goes deep. S### really sad.”

A split amid the couple’s on-again and off-again relationship comes as no surprise as fans are used to the hot and cold temperaments of the two. Is Summer overreacting, or is she making a valid point?

Summer Walker and Rihanna share the true meaning of Thanksgiving.

Last week Summer Walker and Rihanna took to Instagram to bring the mournful origins of Thanksgiving to light, especially during a holiday in which many Americans are mourning themselves.

“Some are celebrating today… many are morning,” said Rihanna. “Sending love to all my Native American brothers and sisters.”

Summer took it up a step further by sharing a full history lesson.

“In 1637 the colonist army surrounded a fortified Pequot village on the Mystic River. At sunrise, as the inhabitants slept, the Puritan soldiers set the village on fire and massacred over 700 Native Americans,” the image she posted said.

“The next day, the Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony declared: ‘A day of Thanksgiving, thanking God that they had eliminated over 700 men, women and children.’ It was signed into law that ‘this day forth shall be a day of celebration and thanksgiving for subduing the Pequots.'”

While this massacre was certainly horrific, it is not necessarily the start of our modern Thanksgiving tradition. The first proclamation of “thanksgiving” in America dates back to 1623, and continued in various regions for the next several hundred years as one-off events. The national, annual celebration began in 1863 under precedent started by Abraham Lincoln.

Regardless, Walker is certainly right by insinuating that America has a racist, violent past that continues into modern times.

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