‘Black Ink Crew Compton’ Recap: Kat Says The Men of 9 Mag Hated on Her + Star is Fired

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On the recent episode of “Black Ink Crew Compton,” Nessie tries to move forward on her own. However, she hits another roadblock when she attempts to tattoo the wife of one of KP’s good friends. He immediately calls off the appointment when KP confirms he’s no longer on good terms with Nessie. Luckily, Nessie then links up with Kat. Kat has been thriving since she left the Chicago crew at 9 Mag. She owns a successful shop in Beverly Hills called Enigma. So she gives Nessie an opportunity to guest spot there because she believes she went through something similar several years ago.

KP decides to fire Star once Armani tells him that she’s been hanging out with Lemeir and Barbie. Her reaction is explosive, however, she may have made a valid point when she accuses him of being too emotional with his business decisions. 

And Barbie finds out her fiancé Bone is cheating on her again. Feeling like things will never change, she returns the engagement ring. 

Here’s a recap for, “New Teams, Same Dreams.”

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  1. Don’t you just love the side-bar convos the entire cast has? All of this he said, she said crap.
    Armani is a bone carrier. She’s jealous of Star and possibly saw her as competition.

  2. I agree. Kp runs his shop like their literally still in a gang. Who and what is an opp? Star not in a relationship with none of y’all besides business. Why your enemies gotta be hers? They disrespectful asf but what everybody else to give them all the respect in the world for them to turn around and call the employees name. Out of all the Black ink franchises, this one is the worse and it won’t last long. They disrespect women a little too much. I wonder how Kyla Pratt feels about her man and his disrespect towards women. He probably abusing her too

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