It looks like Sky Days is apparently in a new relationship
The “Black Ink Crew” star is allegedly dating upcoming Chicago rapper 600 Breezy. The couple were posted up together this weekend at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards and looked more in love than ever.
Days, 35, took to Instagram on Saturday and posted photos of several shopping bags and gold chains apparently gifted to her by Breezy. She wrote over the caption, “Thank you baby.” In another image, the pair were spotted at the Hip Hop awards together, locked arm and arm. Not to mention, Days also reposted a fan video of her and her new boo in the club getting quite frisky with each other.
Several fans of the “Black Ink” star had mixed reactions to her apparently new relationship.
“Cuffing season is now in full effect and them thug types hittin 😘”
“He cute or whatever 🤷🏾♂️ but I don’t this gone last long. They both bats–t crazy lmaoo”
“Wayment!! Ooohhhh okay sus ‼️‼️ he look kinda scary though but I’m here for it they cute together 😻”
“Damn she’s way too old for her he’s like 24 almost close to her son’s age. Ain’t genesis like 22”
It’s unclear how long Days and 600 Breezy have been dating, but the two look quite happy together.
Genesis, 20, surprisingly wished his mother a happy birthday last month, which shocked many fans considering their rocky relationship.
Two seasons ago, Days, reunited with her sons Genesis and Dessalines, 19, after giving them up for adoption in her early teens. She established a tight-knit relationship with Dessalines, whom she kept in contact with after the season ended, but had a hard time connecting with Genesis.
In August, Genesis and Des both went on IG live to announce they were done with “Black Ink.” They both also claimed that they no longer heard from Days after refusing to film the show.
“I ain’t finna do none of that s–t,” Genesis said of the “Black Ink” series. “Even though you my mom, you ain’t done nothing to be my mom like that. But s–t, I love you. … With me I made myself love from a distance.”
The youngest son chimed in and added, “She don’t answer no more after she got her s–t. And when she gone, she gone.”