Sky Days‘ mental health seemingly comes first in her life. The “Black Ink Crew” cast member recently gave fans a preview of her shelter-in-place life. The New York native revealed that her life has been peaceful since social distancing. Unfortunately, her calmness may run out soon. People on the internet have been blasting the reality star for having “bad energy.”
Days implied on April 2 that she liked her “Quarantine” life. The 35-year-model posted a full-body photo of herself to Instagram. Days wore a sky blue two-piece ensemble and allowed part of her home to serve as her backdrop. The mother of two looked as if she were feeling refreshed.
Days shared that she has been focusing on her mental and physical health during the past few weeks.”Been catching up on reading, meditating, cooking, reflecting, cleansing my mind & getting to know me again… This Quarantine isn’t so bad after all💙 #Silverlining,” she wrote on Instagram. Many fans encouraged her lifestyle transformation, but most called her out for past negative practices.
“You need to work on your energy; change it from negative to positive on God!!!,” one user virtually shouted.
A second fan wrote, “You should work on your energy.”
“You know what you need for you. Self Faith is a great start,” a third encouraged.
A fourth fan wrote, “Hopefully your new energy will help you and your son’s relationship.”
“We’re still mad at you for what you did to your son,” a fifth fan said.
A sixth user commented, “So I guess y’all like deadbeats 🙄.”
Days is currently on the outs with her fan base after getting into a heated altercation with her 19-year-son Dessalines on the Feb. 26 episode of the hit reality show. Days told her son she should have swallowed him, aborted him, and that she and her father never wanted him. She gave up her two sons Genesis and Dessalines for adoption when she was around 14 or 15 years old. Genesis also has a bad relationship with his biological mother. “Black Ink Crew” fans are uncertain if she will ever mend her relationship with her sons.