Allegiances are forming and the battle lines are drawn. What is life like for members of the Black Ink Crew these days? Tense, to say the least.
We’ve seen Ceaser turn to family when things get sticky. After losing two employees and damaging two friendships, he calls in reinforcements in the form of Mommy, to talk some sense into his remaining employees. But will that make Dutchess apologize to Sassy? Can things go back to the way they were?
Before we jump to any conclusions, check out the Top 3 moments from tonight’s episode.
Dutchess Sets The Record “Straight”
After hearing it from both Ceaser and Mommy, Dutchess put on her diplomatic hat and met Sassy to clear the air. Even though she had previously been laughing about the possibility of Teddy and Sassy spending time together after hours, she wasn’t going to apologize for hurt feelings–she was going to place the blame elsewhere. “I’m very pissed off with how this played, because from my understanding, it’s all my fault,” she announced. The conviction was there, and Dutchess appeared willing to rattle off a hundred different possibilities of where the rumor started rather than own up to her own wrongdoing. “Right now I am having an extremely hard time believing anything that’s coming out of Dutchess’ mouth,” Sassy replied, simultaneously reevaluating her relationships with just about everyone in the shop.
“The reality of it is, I don’t care if she believes me,” said Dutchess, who is NOT a minion, Ceaser’s “puppet-bitch,” or anything other than a “grown-ass f–king woman.” Is this what friends, or even former friends do to each other? Don’t get it twisted, because this girl is ready to go to war.