VH1 Has Fired Black Ink’s Ceaser Emanuel After Video of Alleged Dog Abuse Surfaces

VH1 Has Fired Black Ink's Ceaser Emanuel After Video of Alleged Dog Abuse Surfaces
VH1 Has Fired Black Ink's Ceaser Emanuel After Video of Alleged Dog Abuse Surfaces (Image: Screenshot/YouTube/VH1)

Ceaser Emanuel was fired from the VH1 series Black Ink Crew after a video clip in which he was purportedly seen mistreating dogs surfaced.

Thursday, a representative for the channel told TMZ that the decision to cut ties with Ceaser Emanuel of Black Ink Crew New York had been made. Since production on the upcoming season was close to completion, this decision will have no effect on it.

The situation will be addressed in the series, according to sources close to its production, which is in its final stages.

The clip horrified the show’s producers, a source told the publication.

In the video that was rapidly spreading online on Wednesday, Emanuel was allegedly seen abusing dogs physically.

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

Since the show’s 2013 premiere, Emanuel’s Harlem tattoo lounge, Black Ink Tattoo, had been documented on the show, which featured him. Additionally, Emanuel has appeared on the television series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and Love & Hip Hop: New York.

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