Ceaser’s departure from “Black Ink Crew” was a hot topic on social media.
“Black Ink Crew” fans had a lot to say about the recent season. Before the season premiere, Ceaser found himself a target of the headlines. He was accused of abusing a dog in security footage recorded by his own security camera. He and others would later accuse his ex Suzette of leaking the footage after a messy breakup.
Suzette denied that she had anything to do with the video being leaked.
Donna was one of the first to bring attention to the video on her social media accounts. And she called for Ceaser’s firing. VH1 eventually decided to part ways with Ceaser. Ceaser didn’t think that any of this was fair. In an interview, he said that he felt like some hasty decisions were made. So he now thinks producers didn’t actually care about him or other past cast members who were pushed off the show.
The show will continue without Ceaser.
Although Ceaser was fired, producers decided not to remove any of the footage that he had already filmed. So he was still featured in the latest season. Producers showed viewers what led up to his controversial departure.
Interestingly enough, the other cast members had a lot of feelings about Ceaser’s exit. Tatti questioned how “Black Ink Crew” could continue without Ceaser. Since the first season, Ceaser’s perspective has been the focus of the show. And the cameras were there to capture the ups and downs Ceaser had to endure as he worked to expand his Black Ink empire.
So Tatti and others questioned how someone else could even take over that role at this point. During the season finale, it felt like the show itself was coming to an end. However, Teddy and Puma revealed they were looking for a new shop. And fans started to suspect that VH1 was going to keep the show afloat by just putting Teddy and Puma in charge. The speculation only got stronger after Ceaser was critical of Teddy on Instagram. He said he was questioning Teddy’s loyalty due to recent decisions he has made. But he never got into what those decisions were.
Well, it looks as if “Black Ink Crew” really is coming back for another season. Hours ago, photos of some of the cast members filming green screen interviews began to make rounds on social media. Puma, Alex, Spyder, Young Bae, and Quani filmed green screen interviews hours ago.
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