After interviewing a handful of the biggest names in rap and R&B on her Caresha Please podcast, Yung Miami has become an expert at getting her guests to spill the tea. The City Girl always spills plenty of her own gossip of course, but during the latest episode, it didn’t take much for her to get Summer Walker talking. The mother of three had plenty to discuss, from some of her unique approaches to parenting to her new relationship with Lil Meech.

She and the BMF actor seem to be incredibly happy together at this point, though it’s still early on in their time spent together. While she had nothing but positive things to say about her new man, Walker also took a moment to acknowledge a noticeable difference in her first baby daddy, London on da Track. He himself has moved on with Jamaican songstress Shenseea, who the Still Over It hitmaker happily credited with bringing out the better side in her former frequent collaborator and lover.

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Summer Walker Wishes London on da Track and Shenseea The Best

“Shenseea, shout out to you bitch,” Walker told Yung Miami and listeners tuning in earlier this week. “After she got in the picture, he started acting right. I was like, ‘Thank God, n*gga done moved on.’ It was wild in the beginning.” The pair spent months publicly feuding while attempting to co-parent their young daughter together. Seeing as Summer’s Instagram Story has been filled with sweet selfies of her and Meech lately, rather than rants about London, it’s safe to say they’ve come to a healthier place in their situation.

Aside from that, the Atlanta native also discusses her biggest ick in a man, the rumoured “death” of R&B, and her stage anxiety, which has earned her some serious backlash in the past. Have you tapped into Summer Walker’s full appearance on Caresha Please yet? If not, read what she had to say about toxic motherhood at the link below, and check back later for more pop culture/music news updates.

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