AceShowbiz - London On Da Track has celebrated Summer Walker's recent achievement. Despite being dissed by his baby mama in one of the songs off "Still Over It", the record producer congratulated the singer for the album success.
Making use of Instagram on Thursday, November 18, the 30-year-old shared a picture of Summer holding their baby. He also unleashed some screenshots that saw his name being listed in the Top ten on the #Hot100Producers #Hot100Songwriters charts.
In the accompaniment of the post, London gushed, "I'm grateful!" He added, "To all my kids imma continue to go hard for y'all. i'm also extending congratulations to Summer for breaking records..I'm honored to have been apart of it …looking forward to stepping into Gods next chapter.. slatty #STILLOVERIT."
This was not the first time London expressed his excitement over "Still Over It". More than a week ago, he responded to a fan's post that read, "London on Da Track the first n***a in history to get paid off his own diss album." Alongside the note, the rapper/songwriter simply boasted, "Fair Exchange."
Although London is credited on nine tracks, including "Bitter", "Ex for a Reason" as well as "Throw It Away", Summer was upset with him taking credit for her studio effort. After London's post was reshared by The Shade Room, the singer fumed, "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 25-year-old continued raging. "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."
"He super talented, but for this album, lol no sir," the Love Renaissance and Interscope Records artist added. "but I guess guess the city boys is up, taking credit for ish you ain't do and not actually having to take care of the kids you made."
Summer herself seemingly shaded London on one of her new songs called "4th Baby Mama". The lyrics read, "I wanna start with yo mama, she should've whooped yo a**/ Know you ain't s**t, but she don't care 'cause you lit/ Paying for trips cars, bags and bought the crib/ But she ain't never call you out, 'cause she like the way that she live."