Summer Walker and Boyfriend Get Each Other's Name Tattooed on Their Faces

The 25-year-old 'Still Over It' artist debuts her and LVRD Pharoh's new body arts by sharing a series of PDA-filled pictures of the two on her Instagram account.

AceShowbiz - Summer Walker and her boyfriend have marked their love for one another with new ink. On Monday, November 22, the "Still Over It" artist and LVRD Pharoh debuted their face tattoos that bear each other's names.

The 25-year-old showed off their new body arts through a series of PDA-filled pictures of her and Larry. In the caption, she simply gushed, "Bestfriend."

Summer and Larry went public with their relationship in early September. At that time, they took to their respective Instagram Stories to give fans a look at their date night. The videos displayed a rose petal-filled hallway which was decorated with dozens of candles.

Later that month, the "Girls Need Love" songstress gushed over their relationship. On September 29, the R&B star unleashed some photos of her and her man cozying up to one another in a cafe. In the caption of the post, she raved, "Can't wait to have a real family & a actual happy pregnancy experience but I gotta drop this album first."

Fans couldn't help but assume that Summer was throwing a low-key dig at London On Da Track with the post. She previously slammed her baby daddy in August for allegedly threatening her and her new man.

"London calling & dm'ng everyone around me cause he BLOCKED talking bout if you care about summer get that n***a away from her. so if anything happens to me it was him," Summer fumed at that time. "Ghetto baby daddy from hell."

Earlier this month, Summer called out London once again after he took credit for her new album, "Still Over It". She raged on Instagram, "He didnt WRITE s**t & he didn't PRODUCE s**t either."

"He just handpicked the n***as he wanted to do all the work and attached his name to it while he was out screwin h*es while I was PREGNANT," the mother of one continued. "The most he did was sprinkle a wind chime effect on a song that was already done then put his name on it, the last album he actually did the work, and it was great project."

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