Summer Walker Claims That An Atlanta Contractor Damaged Her Daughter’s Room & Stole $8k From Her: He Really Out Here Stealing, Beware
Summer Walker had a not-so-good experience with a local contractor.
Alternative R&B singer Summer Walker is alleging that an Atlanta contractor ruined her home and took off with $8,000. She took to Instagram to share her terrible experience with the black-owned company.
“Posting this to help anyone in atl who may have contacted this person in hopes of renovating their home. He’s stolen 8 thousand dollars of my money, & left my house a hot mess not completing any of the work. It be your own people,”
“I kept trying to resolve this until he was seen in Buckhead grinning shopping prolly spending up my money but won’t return any of my calls,”
“I’ve been super nice to him until now & know he can’t afford to go to court so just warning anyone else out there who could potentially become a victim.”
According to the company’s website, the owner has more than 18 years of experience in painting, tiling, cabinetry, and more. To prove their track record, the website has 2 photo galleries and testimonials from a few happy customers. The contractor that worked on Summer Walker’s home opened their doors around 2008.
The website ironically mentions that painting a child’s bedroom is one of the many projects that they’re able to tackle. Summer Walker claims that the man who renovated her home “left [her] daughter’s room a hot mess.”
The “Bitter” singer says that a friend recommended the contractor to her. Now, she wishes she would’ve read the very telling comments that were written under some of the company’s posts on Instagram.
“He was referred to me by a friend but I guess should of just read his page. He really out here stealing, beware.”
She also posted some one-star Yelp reviews that someone sent her.
While Summer Walker seems eager to nail the man who stole her money and destroyed her infant daughter’s room, she hasn’t shared any pictures of the aftermath.
Have you ever had a similar experience with a contractor? What do you think Summer Walker should do next? Leave us a comment and let us know!