Ceaser Emanuel From The VH1 Show Black Ink Accused Of Animal Abuse After Disturbing Video Leaks

Caesar Emmanuel, the face of the VH1 hit series Black Ink Crew, is facing backlash after leaking a video allegedly showing him abusing his dog, Media Take Out has confirmed.

Ceaser Emanuel rose to fame as a reality star after his New York City tattoo shop was the catalyst for VH1’s hit show Black Ink and its spin-offs.

From his relationship drama to his brought-up relationship with his daughter, Caesars has had his fair share of controversy since he’s been thrust into the spotlight. But this latest drama could be his most serious from the public’s perspective.

In a very disturbing video, a man resembling Caesar is shown appearing to abuse a dog. Looks:

The footage was reportedly captured by a neighbor’s ring security camera, and while Media Take Out could not independently confirm that the man is in fact Caesar, his Black Ink collaborator Donna Lombardi appears to have confirmed his identity in a scathing reaction.


Lombardi reposted the disturbing clip and slammed her former friend in the caption.

“If you can treat a dog like that, it shows how sick of a person you are. I can’t even get into this man’s life but this video made me so upset. Anyone who knows me knows that I LOVE animals. Especially dogs.

“Even after he beat up his daughter @vh1 @viacom_intl and the new @blackinkcrew producers tried to protect Ceaser and even made up fake conflicting storylines about my relationship to do that! This cannot now be undone. I pray people see you @ceaserblackink for the monster that you are. Your karma has been adding up for years, but doing that to two innocent dogs!?! That’s crazy. CHARGES MUST BE PUSHED AND CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE!”


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