Stay Classy: Ceaser and Teddy Talk Reckless About Dutchess and Miss Kitty

Photo Credit: VH1

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

“Black Ink Crew” stars Ceaser and Teddy are getting some backlash on social media for a bonus clip of the season five finale and it’s all because some folks aren’t happy about the way they discuss women.

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  1. This is why any woman with sense would avoid both of these fools. And Cease should really humble himself. He’s got the big head now that VH1 is giving him all these spinoffs. But he had to act a fool for them to do that. It’s sad how so many people are willing to sell out to these networks.

  2. I don’t see how people actually like Cease. Especially women. Him and Teddy are trash.

  3. Teddy has always showed little to no respect to women and Ceasar has gotten just as bad. I use to like Black Ink but I can honestly say I don’t like anybody on that show anymore it’s like they all are feeling themselves way too much especially Ceasar and Sky.

  4. Yeah I’ve noticed how disgusting Cease and Teddy talk about all women. They have no respect at all. Dutchess needs to ask herself what she saw in him in the first place. I know she loved him and wanted him back, but she should be thankful he didn’t want to get back together. He’s definitely not marriage material.

  5. This just shows how dumb and desperate Kitty is. She agreed to a fake storyline with him and he can’t even fake like he cares about her. At least Vh1 edited it out I guess.

  6. NO FAN OF DUTCHESS BUT UMMMMMM – I BET IF HER DADDY POPPED UP AT BLACK INK – CEASE NOR TED WOULD BE CALLING HER OUT HER NAME… I’M WILLING TO BET DUTCH HAD THAT MACE FOR SKYY BUT KITTY GOT IT SINCE SHE WANT CAMERA TIME AND WANNA ROLL ON A BISH…. AND CEASE SHOULD BE THE LAST PERSON TALKING ABOUT ANYONE MOUTH WITH THEM GIANT CRUSTY LIPS OF HIS…

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