Summer Walker Rants About Narcissistic Men’s Mothers On “Caresha Please”: Watch
While Summer Walker has never shied away from airing out the men who have done her wrong both on social media and in her music, she’s also made sure to hold the women who raised them accountable. On the final track of her sophomore album, Still Over It – mostly dedicated to her toxic relationship with London on da Track – the Atlanta native begins by singing, “I wanna start with your mama, she should’ve whooped your ass.” “4th Baby Mama” has since gone on to become an anthem for women scorned, and it wasn’t the last time Walker spoke out about her feelings on the topic.
More recently, she joined City Girls rapper Yung Miami on the Caresha Please podcast. The duo discussed “all the smoke” as the rapper loves to put it, dishing on everything from Walker’s recently revealed relationship with Lil Meech to her plans for having more children in the future. While things with the BMF actor sound to be going great, the “No Love” songstress did have some things to get off her chest about the mothers of men she’s previously dealt with.
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Summer Walker Talks Toxic Mothers on Caresha Please
“I have no regrets,” Summer confirmed of her decision to release the relentless song. “There’s nothing worse to me than, like, men who have enabling mothers. Like, narcissists that have enabling mothers. Like, you could call a n*gga mama and be like, ‘He just did this, he just did that.’ And they’ll be like,” the mother of three explained as Miami cut him off to add, “‘What you do that make him do that?’”
The two women agreed that it’s painful to deal with women like that. “And that’s why he acts like that now, because you never disciplined him or told him when he was wrong,” Walker ranted before revealing that her two youngest children are boys, and she’s determined to not raise them in such a manner. “I wish a girl would call me and tell me my son did some crazy shit to her. I would be like, ‘N*gga is you crazy?! I ain’t raise you like that. Don’t be out here embarrassing me.’”
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Tap into Summer Walker’s full stint on the Caresha Please podcast below. Who’s been your favourite artist to watch Yung Miami interview so far? She recently revealed hers are Diddy and G Herbo, but tell us your thoughts in the comments. For more hip-hop/pop culture news, check back in later this weekend.