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Child protective services reportedly conducted a welfare check on Summer Walker's defenseless 4-month-old baby daughter, after her ex-boyfriend, London On Da Track, allegedly called them.

The music producer reportedly questioned Summer's childcare skills after the 25-year-old singer shared IG photos that showed her changing the baby girl's diaper in the blazing sun. Other photos showed her feeding the infant a smoothie containing raw honey, hemp seeds, and mushroom powder.

The photos of the severely undernourished baby alarmed her followers who tagged London in the comments section.

"Chile I'm praying for summer walker and her baby bc WTF is this sh-t?????" wrote one concerned IG user.

Another user wrote: "Someone needs to take that baby away from Summer Walker. She is literally starving that child and feeding it things that it cannot consume at their age... the baby’s legs are so skinny."

And a third wrote: "can someone tell summer walker to fed her kid properly!! a baby should not be skinny what is going on."

London, 30, who is best known for his collaborations with Young Thug, reportedly called CPS to check on his child.

Summer fired back on Instagram by challenging his manhood after he implied that she was ungrateful and that he was the source of her success.

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Summer Walker was heavily criticized for alleging that Covid-19 mRNA vaccines are contagious and can cause spontaneous abortions.

The R&B singer sparked controversy when she warned her followers that standing next to a vaccinated person can cause miscarriages and blood clots.

The 25-year-old singer made the unusual remarks in posts on social media on Monday.

"We're all f*****d," she wrote in her Instagram stories. "Stay the f*** away from people who were vaccinated. People are reporting bleeding, bruising, spontaneous periods and miscarriages from being in close [proximity] to a recently vaccinated person." She added the hashtag #YouHaveBeenWarned.

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In a follow-up post Summer wrote in all caps:

"I'm alarmed by the amount of women in my DM's complaining about abnormal bleeding and miscarriages after coming in contact with someone whose been vaccinated!!!!!"

Instagram attached a Covid fact-checking information box to Summer's post noting that Covid-19 vaccines are tested for "safety and effectiveness".

Millions of people have reported adverse reactions to Covid-19 mRNA vaccines around the world. But there are no reports of contracting adverse effects from simply standing next to a vaccinated person.