Now that gang is partially back together, Black Ink Crew can dust off its hungover self and start getting serious about wedding plans. But first, O’S**t needs to figure out whether or not he’ll be going to jail (yes, this case is still going on) and Puma needs to make good on a promise to his bride-to-be.
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Does your head hurt this morning? Did you go a little too hard with friends back in your hometown, before crawling into your childhood bedroom at your mom’s house? It’s OK, allow the Black Ink Crew folks to teach you how to handle a hangover.
With Puma‘s wedding approaching and the ongoing personal drama making everyone a little tense, the Black Ink Crew declares it time to turn up. These are major life moves Puma is making, after all, and anything less than a Hangover-style outing is not acceptable. Proving herself every bit the Wonder Twin, Sassy arranges for a fabulous weekend in a beachside mansion that happens to make all guest feel extremely comfortable. What could go wrong?
Pack your bags, because the Black Ink Crew is going to Atlantic City! On next week’s episode, Puma, Sassy, Walt, Teddy, and friends arrive at the scene of what’s bound to be an unforgettable night celebrating Puma’s impending marriage.
Drama aside, the kids of Black Ink Crew are reinventing the modern hustle through their many business ventures. With Puma‘s shop preparing to open its doors and high-profile clients walking into Black Ink left and right, things are looking up. Ceaser‘s crew has overcome some recent staff changes, and his artists seem to be committed to their craft. So what happens when one or more of his employees has to prepare for Major Life Changes?
Baby Mama Drama is a term used all too frequently on Black Ink Crew. Between the various women in O’S**t‘s life fighting during a family outing, and Ceaser going to court in Season One, we’ve witnessed real struggles that trump those nasty shop rumors or employee tardiness. And now, it looks like the group is going to need to prepare for two more bundles of joy entering the fold.
It’s safe to say that all of our VH1 shows are stacked with strong personalities. And while it can be difficult to compete with the likes of K.Michelle and Stevie J, sometimes even our favorite stars have BFFs who manage to steal the spotlight with their own crazy ways.
Black Ink Crew‘s second season started off with a bang, yet things seemed to cool down following Ceaser and Puma‘s sitdown last week–at least enough for Puma, Cease, Sassy, and Teddy to be in the same room and not rip each other’s heads off. Realizing that he can’t prevent Puma from moving on with his new business venture, Ceaser decided to let it be, and not-so-secretly scope out his new competition while comparing the unfinished locale to a horror film.
Season Two of Black Ink Crew has established that Ceaser and Dutchess are indeed the First Couple of Black Ink, but we’d be lying if we said their rise to the top was anything but quiet. The couple has had its fair share of critics, and with so much employee turnover in recent weeks, the question of whether or not mixing business and pleasure works has once again been raised.
It’s time for Black Ink Crew star Ceaser to face the facts: Puma, his friend of nearly 15 years, has flown the coop and is opening up a new tattoo shop in walking distance of Black Ink. It’s tough to have to compete with so many other tattoo shops in the neighborhood, but if he’s the businessman he says he is, he’ll make it work. But first, it can’t hurt to size up his newest competition…