Ceaser took issue with his exit from “Black Ink Crew.”
“Black Ink Crew” just wrapped up one of the most controversial seasons yet. Ahead of the season premiere, Ceaser got caught up in a serious situation. He was accused of abusing a dog in footage that was leaked from his security camera. Ceaser and those close to him accused his ex-girlfriend Suzette of being the person who leaked it. Suzette denied this. Regardless, some fans of the show were completely disgusted by the video. So they rallied with Donna after she called for VH1 to fire Ceaser from the show. VH1 then decided to part ways with Ceaser. And they said that although he was let go, they would still keep footage from scenes he already filmed. So fans would be able to watch the events that led to his departure.
In an interview, Ceaser said that his exit from the show was unfair. In fact, he claimed that he thought the decision to fire him was made way too swiftly. And he felt like the network should have conducted a lengthier investigation.
Ceaser also accused the network of taking the dog abuse accusations more seriously than the abuse accusations made by his daughter Cheyenne. So he suspected that those in power cared more about an animal than his child. And he also claimed that the investigation conducted about the abuse claims was more thorough.
Sky had something to say on social media recently.
Interestingly enough, Donna and some of Ceaser’s critics accused Ceaser of refusing to take accountability for his firing from “Black Ink Crew.” And Donna went on to say that she was surprised he was fired because he had never been held accountable before by producers.
However, Ceaser didn’t necessarily have the best things to say about the producers in the interview. He brought up Sky’s controversial departure from the show.
Seasons ago, Sky had a very heated moment with her youngest son Des while filming. Things became physical and producers suspended Sky from the platform. Although some fans figured she was fired, Sky would later say she made the choice to walk away. So she threw a little shade in reference to the show’s dip in ratings. And she told her supporters that no longer being on “Black Ink Crew” was the best thing for her mental health and spiritual growth. She’s also on much better terms with both of her sons.
Although Ceaser is no longer on the show, it’s speculated that the show will continue without him. And Puma and Teddy may now be in charge while running their own shop together.
Well, Sky recently tweeted about the cast changes. She didn’t hold back either.
She wrote, “Let’s Keep it 💯 #blackink Hasn’t been the same since We departed On to bigger and better plans 🤭…….On to bigger and better plans ❤️!!!!”