Tonight’s episode of Black Ink Crew saw two relationships reach their breaking point. Throughout the season it’s been Puma versus Ceaser, and over the course of the show, Alex versus everyone else. Can anyone defend Alex after she disregarded her photo shoot and seems to be having daily happy hours long before 5 pm? Will Ceaser forgive Puma for branching out and capitalizing on a business opportunity? Is it true that business and friendships don’t mix?
From the stories that made us cry to the scene that had us watching our back (you never know what kind of crazies are lurking in the park–even in broad daylight), we’ve rounded up the biggest moments from tonight’s installment. Read on to get your fix of the BIC, below.
Alex Is On Her Own Schedule
When Alex, Puma, and Sassy are recruited by Monster DNA Headphones to model their latest black and rose gold headphones, only two of the former Black Ink employees actually show up. Alex keeps her friends and the shoot’s crew waiting while she drops excuses over the phone about having to visit her grandmother and squeeze in a quick manicure. It’s clear Puma and Sassy have had it with their unreliable friend, but it’s Mallie, the makeup artist, who really puts her in her place. Sorry, Ann, but “raggedy” never cut so deep.