Black Ink Crew Chicago Season 6 Episode 12 Recap & Clips


‘Black Ink Crew Chicago’ Recap: Van & Don Clash + Ryan Takes Baby Steps with Rachel

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Black Ink Crew Chicago Season 6 Episode 12

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

On the season finale of “Black Ink Crew Chicago,” Charmaine moves forward with trying to save 2nd City Ink. With a health inspection coming up, it’s Charmaine’s last hope that she gets some good news.

She also attempts to hash things out with Don, Phor, and Ryan. After she tells Don that Van said that he was the one behind the rumor about them, things get a bit heated between Don and Van. And it’s clear that Van may never be close with the other men again.

Ryan and Kitty have another honest conversation about where they stand. However, Ryan has a conversation with Rachel that could change things.

Here’s a recap for, “Rumor Had It.”

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Amanda is a TV junkie with a passion for all things reality television. She's from Decatur, GA.


  1. Yelp

    February 19, 2020 at 10:57 pm

    This season and the last are soooo boring! Tired of the Rachelle and Ryan storyline and Don and Ashley jeez!!

    • Casey Grimes-Finley

      February 21, 2020 at 6:28 am

      Don can’t say he is treating Ashley with love and respect if she keeps finding him on Messanger and Snapchat bumping and grinding and talking nasty and flirting and f’n other women and planning meetups.He is the ONE giving her reasons to be hurt,tired,disgusted and angry.WHAT!?Don’s behaviours makes absolutely zero sense,whatsoever.Why be married and act single?Just get divorced and BE single!Thank you,Casey Grimes-Finley,Chicago,Illinois

  2. Cj

    February 20, 2020 at 2:52 pm

    Over Don and Ashley. Bad version of James and Florida. Ryan and Rachel, more boredom. Fan of Ms Kitty. Rachel is only interested when Ryan has other options.

  3. llawrence

    February 20, 2020 at 6:53 pm

    Most women are cute when they are having a baby but not Chamaine she looks terrible.

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