AceShowbiz - Summer Walker is against cyber bullying, not only for her sake but also for others affected by it. The 23-year-old singer has just taken to Instagram to slam an entertainment website, which she accused of help people channeling this ugly culture.
The R&B star spoke against the website after it posted on its Instagram account a photo of Chris Brown's son Aeko with his baby mama Ammika Harris, who went topless while cradling the baby. The comment section was flooded with nasty comments about the infant.
"That baby got a grown man face," one commented on Ammika's photo with Aeko. Another wrote, "baby look like donald trump." Another user compared the baby to Macaulay Culkin, while some others noted that Aeko doesn't look like either Chris or Ammika. "That baby look like he don't belong to them," one of them remarked.
Apparently piqued by these negative comments about Chris' son, Summer expressed her anger toward the website and the Internet trolls. "The shaderoom is such a disgusting place. It's where the insecure feel their most confident. It's where peoples lower selves thrive," she posted on her own page on late Tuesday, February 4.
"Like I just seen maaaaad people making fun of a baby. Chris browns baby," she remarked. "What f**king grown ADULTS takes pleasure in roasting an infant [a puke face emoji]. Everyone gets talked about in the nastiest way & it's instigated by the shaderoom. Idc, cyber bullying is an always will be unacceptable."
She added in the caption, "Idc , it's bullying, y'all gotta stop supporting that s**t."
While she is against people hating others, Summer clearly has no issue sharing about her private life on social media. The "Girls Need Love" songstress recently very intimate photos and video of her and boyfriend London On Da Track post-coital moment.
In one of the images, the Georgia-born star was lying on the back of her shirtless boyfriend, as her wig had been pulled off during their passionate moment. "Spent all that money just for him to f**k my s**t up," she wrote over the video.