Season 7 of “Black Ink Crew” may have came to an end, but not before tying up a few loose ends.
During the season finale, boss man Ceaser Emanuel buried his prolonged feud with childhood friend Paul “Puma” Robinson and squashed his season long beef with former employees Alex Robinson and Donna Lombardi. He however had one more grievance to end and it was with his ex-fiancée Dutchess Lattimore.
The former couple called it quits two seasons ago after she accused Emanuel of having an affair with another woman. Since then, the pair have had blood between them and his Human Resources manager Sky Days was adamant that they apparently make a mends.
During this week episode, Days spoke with Emanuel about his grudge against Lattimore. He broke down into tears, indicating that the Pretty-n-Ink owner broke his heart and admitted that his former explosive behavior this season, stemmed from their seemingly toxic relationship.
However, Days was able to convince Emanuel to face his ex-fiancé after telling him that she invited Lattimore to their Los Angeles rental home. He hesitantly agreed and stood outside, waiting for Lattimore’s arrival. A black SUV pulled up and a woman with dreadlocks, similar to the Pretty-n-Ink owner’s stepped out of the vehicle.
Emanuel looked shocked and blurted out, “What the f–k is this? You’re not Dutchess.”
Days then told Emanuel who seemed disappointed that she hired a “fake Dutches,” claiming that Lattimore “was a thing in the past.”
“Black Ink” viewers pointed out the seemingly disappointed look on Emanuel’s face when he realized the impersonator wasn’t his ex-fiancée.
“That’s fu–ed up Sky … he wanted to really see her 🤦🏾♀️!”
“😂 He deserved that!!! Lol that was funny she said let me feel your heartbeat 😂.”
“He really wanted to see her he was disappointed I think he do need to talk and close that chapter so he can move on and find a wife @blackinkcrew @ceaserblackink.”
“Ceaser legs was shaking when he thought dutchess was coming but so was mine. I was so nervous for nothing lol.”
“Wow he misses her! He really wanted to see Dutch.”