‘Black Ink Crew’ Recap: Rok Thinks Krystal Plays Too Many Games + Puma & Teddy Are Tired

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On the recent episode of “Black Ink Crew,” Teddy and Puma are still dealing with the fallout from the drama that unfolded during Teddy’s birthday celebration. Made Rich believes Alex is to blame for things going left. However, AMH and Jahnova feel like Made Rich only made things worse by attempting to get even with his art. Made Rich is willing to apologize to Alex if Alex apologizes first. Alex refuses. 

Interestingly enough, Made Rich and Alex aren’t the only ones who have drama. Trilla and Ink Dreamy clash after Puma tells Dreamy he’s the least liked by the other new artists. So Puma and Teddy come to the conclusion that they need to let some of the newbies go. 

And Krystal has a change of heart about Rok but he now feels like Krystal is playing an unfair game with his heart. 

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

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  1. I totally agree with Rok. Krystal acts like she don’t want to be with him, than brings another dude to the anniversary party to play mind games and she demeans rok.so when she see that he’s not sweating her and ready to move on, she’s all up in her feelings and being mad disrespectful. That was very trifling of her to discuss what they do in the privacy of their bedroom. She don’t want him but can’t stand for him to be with anyone else. Instead of being a woman and pulling Rok to the side and addressing the issue like a lady and a business woman with something to lose. Rok needs to move on to someone that’ll appreciate him.

  2. Rok and Krystal need to go. They add nothing to the show. Rok is corny and Krystal is an attention whore. She doesn’t want Rok but also doesn’t want anyone else to have him. Women like Krystal are dangerous. They can get people killed.

  3. I’m glad Rok chose to leave Kristal alone for a while. If I wasn’t interested either then I would walk away

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