Black Ink Crew Season Premiere: Raise Your Hand If You Still Work At Black Ink


After a long spring and summer we’re finally reunited with Harlem’s finest. Black Ink Crew‘s second season premiered tonight, and while the shop is experiencing new success and notoriety, personal friction behind closed doors is threatening to bring everything down.

After a cliffhanger that left us outside of O’S**t‘s court hearing, things pick up quickly as we find out that Mr. Richard Duncan has been indicted. Ceaser and Dutchess have taken things to the next level, making their relationship a focal point of the shop and a point of contention for the rest of their co-workers. Because of this, Puma and Sassy struggle with whether or not old friends are still good friends, and Teddy and Walt make sure their presence is still appreciated by hanging around the front desk whenever possible.

Between two public brawls and one potentially friendship-ending disagreement, it was an eventful first episode to say the least! Check out the biggest OMG moments from the night.

O’S**t The Ladies’ Man


“What is going on with my life? I’m going to go crazy,” O’S**t said after what’s supposed to be a peaceful family dinner doesn’t go as planned. After getting through his court hearing (and finding out he’s doing to be indicted on gun charges) Dick Duncan, baby mama Coley, her boyfriend Tim, maybe girlfriend Kaylin (who is a big part of the reason why S**t got arrested), and O’S**t’s daughter Lulu sit down for a nice meal… until baby mama Kathy storms in a causes a scene. Forget texting or playing with your food, physical violence at the table is never acceptable–especially when the kids are around.


Kaylin is angry, O’S**t is confused, and Coley is justifiably concerned. How is he going to create a safe and loving environment for Lulu and his son if Kathy’s behavior is so volatile and unpredictable? This, on top of all the serious legal troubles he’s facing, only makes us feel worse for S**t.

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