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Summer Walker opens up on “Caresha Please”

Summer Walker joined Yung Miami’s podcast “Caresha Please” and the ladies got into some things. The duo discussed a wide range of topics from Walker’s new man Lil Meech, co-parenting with her ex London on da Track, her latest EP "Clear 2: Soft Life", and many more topics. 

Walker will set the stage in her hometown, Atlanta, on June 1st for a one-night-only With Teyana Taylor listed as a creative director for the show it’s set to be one you don’t wanna miss, and where better to promote her show than on the all-new season of “Caresha Please”.

Summer One Night Only Show

City Girl Yung Miami finally got the inside scoop the fans have been trying to figure out about Walker and, "BMF" star, Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory Jr’s relationship status. The “No Love” singer confirmed that she and Lil Meech are in a relationship and that she is happier than she’s ever left everything toxic behind. When teased by Miami asking “Is it giving big or little Meech?”, Walker set the record straight jokingly saying “It's giving big Meech. He's a good man, Savannah”.

Walker’s “Baby Daddy” London on da Track is in her rear mirror as she confirmed they are not on speaking terms. Walker had already detailed their relationship and its demise in her “Still Over It” album. On her song “4th Baby Mama” Walker got a few digs in on London but the opening line “I wanna start with your mama, she should've whooped your ass” was a fan favorite. Walker made sure to double down on that line when asked about it saying “There’s nothing worse to me than, like, men who have enabling mothers”.

Another Lady in London’s life mentioned, positively this time, however, was his new girlfriend dancehall recording artist Shenseea. Summer shouted out Shenseea as in her words ever since she stepped into London's life he’s been acting right and it has made co-parenting way easier for Walker and their daughter Bubbles.

Summer and Miami both opened up about post-partum depression and how they dealt with it. Walker, a mother of 3, revealed that after having her baby she felt alone saying “It was just not having the support that I needed… I was depressed, and it wasn’t about the child, I loved her, I just needed help”. For Miami, however, it was about finding the balance as a city girl and a mother. Miami made sure to tell women to make time for themselves because it's just as important, with Walker adding “As soon as my kids go to sleep. I hit the streets”.

During the convo, the Grammy-nominated artist gave insight into how her latest collab with rapper J. Cole “To Summer, From Cole (Audio Hug)” came to fruition. They had a previous collab in the works, but it never happened due to time constraints. Later, During Walker’s pregnancy, Cole sent her an “Audio Hug” that brought her to tears. Walker continued by saying that they met up at a festival and went to “Dave and Buster’s” after, where they made that Audio Hug into a song.


To find out what else Yung Miami got out of Summer check out the full interview below:

Editor: Joan Andrew Ramadan

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