Summer Walker and London On Da Track Debut Daughter's Face for 1st Time Amid Rift
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Despite previously vowing to never show her daughter's face to the public, the 'Playing Games' singer shares the first photos of her baby girl's face after accusing her ex of being a deadbeat dad.

AceShowbiz - Summer Walker and London On Da Track may not be on good terms these days, but they apparently agree on at least one thing. The former couple has finally introduced their daughter to the world, after previously insisting on keeping her from the prying eyes of public and media.

On Wednesday, July 14, Summer took to Instagram to share the first photos showing her baby girl's face. In one of the pics, the infant smiled while looking straight into the camera and wearing a white onesie.

Another snap featured the little bundle of joy lying with a blue pacifier in her mouth. A third shot showed the baby girl sound asleep while holding her unicorn plush toy and wrapped in a pink blanket, once again having a pink pacifier in her mouth.

The last slide featured an image of Summer's daughter wearing a white dress with blue and red floral print while staring into the camera. The proud mom captioned the photos with "baby bubbles" and a black heart emoji.

Around the same time, London posted on his own page a photo similar to one of the pictures shared by his baby mama. He only captioned it with two snake emojis and a green heart emoji.

It's unclear if Summer and London talked it out and set a specific time to unveil their daughter's face, but their relationship seems to be tense lately. Recently, the 25-year-old singer accused her ex of being a deadbeat parent.

"I am the full care taker of my child that man pulls up on the weekend w his mama & gifts for a day or 2 takes his pics but I do all the work when I'm not at work," she claimed, suggesting that London only came around for photo ops with his child. She went on calling out the rapper/music producer, "So once again suck a d**k."

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