Ceaser Emanuel speaks after his daughter known as him claiming he hit her (unique)

The gram got a little hot when Ceaser Emanuel of the Black Ink Crew was called by his 16-year-old daughter Cheyenne. She claimed that she had been hit by her father a few months ago and said that she would never forgive him or claim him as a moving father.

As previously reported, things got worse when Ceaser’s friend Suzette responded to the situation, saying Cheyenne disrespected, claiming Cheyenne’s mother tried to get her story back after she was kicked off the show.

With all the allegations and going back and forth on social media, Ceaser has remained silent about it until now. In an exclusive statement to The Shade Room, Ceaser said:

“My daughter Cheyenne and I don’t have a good relationship. However, I would never physically abuse them. I was just doing what many parents would have if their child crossed the line, and that is discipline, my child. I love my daughter and she is the only heir to my black ink tattoo parlors. It is difficult for her to get used to not being the only child and having to share her father. I do my best to make everyone comfortable in our new mixed family. I understand that we are on reality TV and our lives are constantly being set in public, but I hope everyone can respect my family’s privacy while we settle our differences. “

After Suzette replied to Cheyenne’s first post, Cheyenne went back to her Instagram to learn more about the alleged incident in which she claimed to have been beaten by her father.

She said, “The level of disrespect if I pull myself out of the shower and then hit myself while I’m naked is a problem, period !! I have no reason to make up a story. It’s a shame people think it’s okay to kick, hit, and stomp me like I’m a dog on the street because he’s on TV. “

Cheyenne’s mother, Crystal, also spoke about the situation, saying:

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