Ceaser Emanuel’s daughter, Cheyenne calls Cap
Cheyenne Emanuel, the daughter of former ‘Black Ink Crew: New York’ star Ceaser Emanuel, gave a recent interview to her father, denying the abuse allegations. In an interview with Kiotti Brown for the ‘On Tha Radar’ podcast, Ceaser said, “I’ve been acquitted of all those charges and I’ll keep it 100. When I say, ‘Yo, let’s do our homework. check the lie detector, see who’s really lying, “people start folding, people start backing up,” he told Kiotti.
The high school graduate posted on her Instagram an appeal for the caption, writing: “Hey man, you never asked for a lie detector test. Yo was dumbfounded because of, your words, “as she went on to accuse Ceaser of telling his sister, her aunt, “I don’t know how she will react after this. I put my hand on her. ‘”
Cheyenne continued, “So stop opening the lid because you’re trying to save your one*s.” She warns family members to keep her away from their problems because she is good and successful.
Cheyenne went on to tell her father that this was “karma” for all he did to people. The young college student discussed the matter with Ceaser’s ex-girlfriend Suzette. As we reported exclusively, the broker called Ceaser out for allegedly abusing her and denied leaking video of dog abuse.
Cheyenne advised her to tell her father that Suzette was not okay and that instead of listening, he defended her about the alleged abusive behavior at the time. Now that Cheyenne is 18 and legal, she has made it clear that she wants to go against her.
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