Here’s the Full Video of ‘Black Ink Crew’ Star Donna Being Called out by Landlord on Local News

Photo Credit: WREG-TV

By: A.J. Niles

Last night on the latest episode of “Black Ink Crew,” Donna was called out by her former roommate/landlord for skipping out on rent. This resulted in Donna and Young Bae, getting in a physical altercation in the 113th tattoo shop with the woman and her daughter.

Apparently, the situation was so severe, the woman contacted WREG for their “Help Me Howard” segment.

It turns out the segment is real, and turns out, Donna may be in more trouble than was seen on the episode.

Click next for the details.

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  1. That goes to show you that you can’t believe everything you see on these reality shows. These reality stars be out here fronting like they are making bank but they are nowhere close to that. This explains why she’s always fighting somebody on the show. She’s clearly trying to get a promotion.

    1. I think Dutchess already spilled the tea. They stage a lot on the show and rent homes and condos so they can look like they have money. They even said on this video that 113th was actually closed. I’m starting to think the shop we see them in is just for the show.

      1. You might be right i passed through there once and it looks like it was under construction but it could be that they revamped the shop. like i see they did this season but it seems like they don’t really work there

  2. Donna ain’t nothing but a bum like I know rent is high in NY but bish you can’t even afford a studio apartment like come on now that is crazy. To make matters worse you on a popular reality tv show so now we know for sure vh1 paying you pennies how embarrassing.

  3. i actually live on 111 and lenox and no the shop is never opened i think they only use it for filming and when they are open for filming they charge insane amounts for tatoos thats why they have no local customers coming in so the only money they do get is from vh1 sad they act a fool and be broke a hot mess

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