If there's one thing Summer Walker knows how to do, it's grab attention with racy Instagram thirst traps. The R&B singer is known for posing in barely-there garb on the 'Gram, but when she began to speak out against misguided rioters and Deep State, Summer Walker claims that her label told her to tone it down. The singer made a few controversial statements on her Instagram Story where she told people to support black businesses, stop giving money to companies who don't support black people, and to take issue with police, not the innocent.


"Lmao y'all tryna benefit yourselves. I'm not promoting violence but your issue is w law enforcement, the police. The police cars, stations. That's who your issue is with, for racial injustice in case you forget," she wrote in one of many posts. "If you want to do some damage, stop GIVING THEM YOUR MONEY. Gucci, Dior, LV, Target or where ever else. Support black business only, if you want to hurt them. But y'all looking real ghetto at this point."

Later, Summer Walker shared that while her label doesn't have a problem with her showing off her body, shaking it for the camera, or pushing the lines of acting sexual on social media, they did hold issue with her remarks. "You can talk about your p*ssy and post your ass, talk about buying worthless jewelry instead of businesses and property, flex money, and disrespect your women. AND NONE OF THAT IS INSENSITIVE," Summer added. "But trying to warn people that DEEP STATE IS FINNESSING YOU ALL AND TRYING TO TAKE AWAY YOUR RIGHTS, IS TOO SENSITIVE."

"Black, White, Hispanic, Chinese, Indian THE DEEP STATE IS FINNESING US ALL," she continued. For the record, "Deep State" is recognized as a group of high powered officials that secretly controls and manipulates political moves. "But my label just told me that this information is too sensitive, but I NEVER got a call about me clapping my ass in panties is to sensitive. Surprised? No Disappointed? Yes And ima leave it at that cause I don't wanna disrespect nobody." Swipe through below.