Dutchess Calls out the Former Producers of ‘Black Ink Crew’

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Dutchess was ready to leave “Black Ink Crew” after all the drama.

Black Ink Crew” star Dutchess had an eventful departure from the show. In fact, things got really contentious after her split from Ceaser. Most of the people at the shop sided with Ceaser and began to call out Dutchess. So she felt it was best to leave the show. Plus, she wasn’t necessarily happy with how things were going behind the scenes with production either.

Recently, it was revealed that the production company that created “Black Ink Crew,” Big Fish Entertainment, had lost its contract with Viacom. So they will no longer be producing any of the “Black Ink Crew” and “Love And Hip Hop” shows. What reportedly led to the decision is it was alleged that Big Fish got rid of video evidence of police killing an unarmed black man.

After the news came out, Dutchess had some interesting things to say about the production company. She also opened up about her time on television.

Dutchess accused the production company of trying to tarnish her image.

In an interview with Talk Of The Town Unfiltered, Dutchess said, “The day that I put Cease shoes out on the corner, on the street, do y’all know that they called the f*cking crazy house to come and get me and told the lady to put me in a f*cking straight jacket for cameras?”

She added, “But let me tell you how good God is. The lady that they sent in there to tell me that sh*t, I had just done a tattoo for her like a month ago. A EMT worker. She told me what they were trying to do to me. She said, ‘Dutchess, you got a back door?’ I said, ‘Yes, ma’am.’ She said, ‘I want you to go out this back door and get the f*ck away from here as far as you can because I’ll be d*mned if they are going to make you look like this.'”

Dutchess also made some serious allegations about O’Sh*t, too.

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