Black Ink Crew fires Ceaser Emanuel in the wake of animal abuse clip


Black Ink Crew fires Ceaser Emanuel in the wake of animal abuse clip … as his lawyer says ‘there is no police involvement’ in situation

  • VH1 spokesperson said, ‘We have made the decision to cut ties with Ceaser Emanuel’
  • Insiders with the series said that while production is in the final stages, the situation will be addressed in the series
  • In the clip, which was circulating online Wednesday, Emanuel was purportedly seen being physically abusive with canines 
  • Emanuel’s attorney said ‘there is no police involvement’ in the case, as ‘the video is old’ and ‘was shot at his residence in Atlanta during COVID’ lockdown 
  • Emanuel had been featured on the series since its 2013 debut, as it chronicled business at his Harlem-based shop Black Ink Tattoo 

Ceaser Emanuel has been fired from the VH1 series Black Ink Crew in the wake of a clip in which he was allegedly seen abusing canines.

‘We have made the decision to cut ties with Ceaser Emanuel from Black Ink Crew New York,’ a spokesperson for the network told TMZ Thursday. ‘Since next season was close to finishing production, this decision will not impact the upcoming season.’

Insiders with the series said that while production is in the final stages, the situation will be addressed in the series.

The latest: Ceaser Emanuel has been fired from the VH1 series Black Ink Crew in the wake of a clip in which he was allegedly seen abusing canines

The latest: Ceaser Emanuel has been fired from the VH1 series Black Ink Crew in the wake of a clip in which he was allegedly seen abusing canines

Producers on the show were appalled by the clip, a source told the outlet.

In the clip, which was circulating online Wednesday, Emanuel was purportedly seen being physically abusive with canines.

The show’s Donna Lombardi posted the clip, according to the outlet, writing, ‘I don’t even get into the life of this man, but this video made me so upset.’

She added, ‘I pray the people see you, @ceaserblackink, as the monster you are.’

Emanuel’s attorney Walter Mosley told TMZ Thursday afternoon that ‘there is no police involvement’ in the case, as ‘the video is old’ and ‘was shot at his residence in Atlanta during COVID’ lockdown.

Emanuel had been featured on the series since its 2013 debut, as it chronicled business at his Harlem-based shop Black Ink Tattoo.

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