Video of Summer Walker’s Daughter Beating Her Mother at Party Goes Viral, Sparks Debate About Parenting Skills

by Xara Aziz
Courtesy: Twitter @Splashystackss

R&B singer and songwriter Summer Walker has been the topic of social media discussions after a video leaked of her celebrating her 2-year-old daughter at a birthday party.

In the video, her daughter – who is referred to as Bubbles – is seen attacking her mother, then pulling her hair while she attempts to restrain her. A third party in a green dress had to get involved to break up the mother and daughter. Partygoers can be heard laughing in the background while singing “Happy Birthday” to the child.

The video quickly circulated online, causing viewers to criticize the way they think she is raising her child. The 26-year-old immediately responded to critics, stating that

“SHE DON’T LIKE LOUD NOISES, she aint hit me till 50 people started singing happy birthday, & the last video she hit me we was singing loud af as well lol y’all can stfu on my baby birthday.” 

Critics then came out to suggest that her daughter may suffer from sensory issues or be autistic considering hitting is a common response from children with those issues.

According to data from the University of Utah Health, approximately 15% of children in the US have sensory issues, which causes some of them to have adverse reactions to noise and crowds.

The video came to light just months after the Atlanta native announced she was expecting her second child with her then-boyfriend and rapper, Larry a.k.a Lvrd Pharoh. In a surprise announcement in January, the songstress revealed that she had just become the mother of three after giving birth to twins.

“I’m so proud of myself. Just sharing to inspire other women, because I know once you carry twins to almost 42 weeks, especially with one breech, people will try to steer you towards induction or C-section (which, there’s nothing wrong with these, I just didn’t want it for myself),” she said in an Instagram story. “You can do it, this was my second home birth, all natural, seven hours, no tearing, and I couldn’t [have] done it without my spirit guides, godparents, birth team, my elders and the best dad doula ever, Larry.”

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