"Nobody Has Ever Wished Death On Me"

Des, son of Black Ink Crew star Sky Days, may not be in the best place with his mom. The 19-year-old was recently featured in an episode of the show in which Des cried about Sky allegedly willing death to come her son’s way.


The issues between Des and his mom began after she accused him of stealing from her. Sky has two sons whom she gave up for adoption when they were babies. The Black Ink Crew star has strained relations with both of her kids but managed to calm tensions with Des enough for him to move in with her. Things became heightened again, however, after Sky accused Des of stealing from her, which ultimately led to the celebrity mom sharing harsh words.

During the argument, Sky said, “I wish I had aborted you. Your daddy don’t (sic) want you and I don’t want you.” Des took the comment about abortion to heart. The 19-year-old cried while speaking with Sky’s boss, Ceaser Emanuel, about the incident.

“My mom wished death on me,” Des shared. “I have never had a family member … nobody [has] ever wished death on me.”

Some do not believe that the tension between Sky and her son is intense. Others, however, take all things into account, including a recent Instagram post in which Sky declared, “When You Crossed Me You Lost Me.” Some Black Ink Crew viewers read the celebrity mom’s words as a direct message to her son.

Fans will have to keep watching Black Ink Crew to see if the relationship between Sky and Des is reparable. Stay tuned for more Reality TV family news!

Photo: Sky/Instagram



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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