Richard “Oh S**t” Duncan was one of Ceaser Emanuel’s best friends and worked with him at Black Ink for years. Last season, all of that came to a screeching halt after the crew massively offended him by trying to secretly DNA test his daughter.
On the latest episode of Black Ink Crew, Ceaser and Oh S**t came face to face again after he showed up to Black Ink to remove his possessions. Ceaser and his former friend argued and fought over the paintings on the wall, which Oh S**t claimed were his and said that he wanted to take with him.
The argument escalated to the point where Oh S**t was removed from the shop by security, all the while yelling at Ceaser about how they used to be friends.
That left quite a few Black Ink Crew viewers wondering if Ceaser and Oh S**t were able to work things out and be friends again, especially since they’ve been close for so many years.
However, when Oh S**t went to work for Puma, Ceaser’s sworn enemy, it was pretty clear that lines had been crossed that couldn’t be uncrossed.
As it turns out, he doesn’t want to work for Ceaser ever again anyway. At least that’s what Oh S**t told Domenick Nati of The Domenick Nati Show when he was asked about it.
“Worrying about what’s going on with Ceaser is the furthest thing from my mind,” Oh S**t said about his former friend. “The only reason that things fell apart is because Ceaser doesn’t respect me as a man and I can never see myself working for somebody who is not going to respect me.”
While Oh S**t says he has no ill will toward Ceaser, he just doesn’t think they’ll be able to work together again. He even went on to suggest that Ceaser has a problem admitting when he’s wrong, which also causes quite a bit of drama.
The former Black Ink Crew star had plenty to say about the rest of the cast too and held back nothing. When it comes to his former co-stars, Oh S**t told Domenick Nati that “everyone from Black Ink would be hard to date” before naming Walt, who is apparently undatable because he is a Sagittarius.
Oh S**t also mentioned Ceaser being undatable even though we know he’s dated quite a few women on Black Ink Crew including Duchess Lattimore, whom he was engaged to before moving on to Kitty Sovain and Ink Master star Tatu Baby.
Be sure to check out the whole interview, as Oh S**t holds nothing back about the man and the tattoo shop that made him famous.
Black Ink Crew airs on Wednesdays at 10/9c on VH1.