‘Black Ink Crew’ Recap: Ceaser & Krystal Make Some Tough Decisions

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On the recent episode of “Black Ink Crew,” Ceaser finally decides what he needs to do with Rok and Krystal. They aren’t able to even celebrate their engagement before Ceaser calls a staff meeting at the shop. He really thinks it’s unacceptable that Krystal and Rok run their own shop. But they still make money from the Black Ink brand as well. So he tells them they have to pick one.

Krystal thinks it’s not cool that Ceaser gave them an ultimatum. So she quits. And she feels like this was the right thing to do. Meanwhile, Rok doesn’t know what path to take. 

Regardless, Ceaser doesn’t waste any time after Krystal walks away. He immediately hires a new tattoo artist named Michelle. 

Here’s a recap for, “The Last Supper.”

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  1. Business is what it is but Krystal & Rok should be tatting in their own spot period.
    Did they speak on having a shop? If not, I understand the table analogy.

  2. I’m just waiting for the episode when Ceaser gets his comeuppance. Bring it on! Then, YOU will be fired Ceaser! You love cutting folks loose. Now you will be the one who gets cut! I don’t see your so-called new show on the tele. Whatever company decides to hire your sorry self must be crazy! You are a total power jerk. You need to fall back and take assessment of your life. But I know you’re too good for that.

  3. Ceaser is a prime example of what not to do period. I hate to knock a guy when he’s down, but Ceaser really does treat his workers badly. And his workers need to be checked at times too. The vid with him beating the dog is so hard to watch! Do better Ceaser! You can’t be a great boss until you learn how to appreciate the people who work under you. They have their own lives too. God is watching. Act like it!

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