Former ‘Black Ink Crew: New York’ Star Ceaser Emanuel’s Daughter, Cheyenne Calls Cap After He Alleges He Tried To Get Her To Take A Lie Detector Test Over Abuse Claims

Ceaser Emanuel’s Daughter, Cheyenne Calls Cap

Cheyenne Emanuel, the daughter of former ‘Black Ink Crew: New York’ star Ceaser Emanuel, has responded to her father’s recent interview denying abuse allegations. In the interview with Kiotti Brown for ‘On Tha Radar’ podcast, Ceaser said, “I’ve been acquitted of all those charges, and I’m gonna keep it 100. When I said, ‘Yo, let’s take a lie detector test, let’s see who’s really lying,’ everyone started folding up, everybody started backing up,” he told Kiotti.

The high school graduate took to her Instagram calling cap, writing, “Yo bro, you never asked for a lie detector test. Yo dumb a*s was scared to meet with me because, your words,” as she proceeded to allege that Ceaser said to his sister, her aunt, “‘I don’t know how she would react after me putting her hands on her.’”

Cheyenne proceeded, “So stop the cap bro because you’re trying to save your a*s.” She warned her family members to keep her out of their issues because she’s good and successful.

Cheyenne continues to go in on her father saying this is “karma” for everything he did to everybody. The college-bound young woman discussed issues with Ceaser’s ex-girlfriend Suzette. As we exclusively reported, the realtor called Ceaser out for allegedly abusing her and denied leaking the dog abuse video.

Cheyenne advised that she told her father that Suzette was no good and, instead of listening, he defended her regarding the alleged abuse at the time. Now that Cheyenne is 18 years old and legal, she made it clear that she wants to fight her.

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