Black Ink Crew: What is Ceaser Emanuel's net worth? Here's how much he makes!

Ceaser Emanuel is back on television with a new season of Black Ink Crew. Here’s a look at his net worth as we explore how much he makes!

Fans of Black Ink Crew were excited to find out that the show was coming back with new drama. In the new season, viewers have already seen how Ceaser has had to make some tough decisions. Amid this, here’s a look at his personal wealth and how the show helped him increase his net worth.

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What is Ceaser Emanuel’s net worth?

Ceaser has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. He is the owner of  Black Ink, a tattoo studio in Harlem. His business is the main focus of the show. The reality show first aired on VH1 in 2013. Since then, it has managed to pool in a large audience as old and new members try to make the business a success.

His appearance on the show also paved way for him to appear on  Love And Hip Hop in 2015. Following this, he also made an appearance on Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta in 2017.

Ceaser’s reality show has also given him the opportunity to boost his social media following. At present, he has 2.4 million followers on Instagram. Ceaser often uses his platform to show off his luxurious lifestyle while giving a glimpse of his business.

Ceaser Emanuel talks about new season

In an interview, Ceaser had opened up about what can expect from the latest season of the show. He said: “

Before we never really touched on current events, on stuff that’s happening right now. But this time around that’s all we’re doing is covering what’s happening right now. And what’s basically a problem with everybody. We touch almost every subject that you could possibly think of that everybody’s going through.”

He continued: “I’m just happy that we back on TV. We back to our original night, Monday nights, because I liked being Mr. Monday Nights. And the fact that VH1 was willing to go through so many extremes to make sure that we were safe and to get the show back on, man, ain’t no better network than that. We get tested two, three times a week. None of us are in danger. We all stay regulated and they keep us in a bubble, so none of us really have to worry about any of those COVID things. So honestly, I’m just glad that we’re back to some type of normalcy and I just can’t wait for America to get back to normal.”

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Prerna is a senior contributor and editor at HITC and Reality Titbit. She graduated from the University of Leeds, where she learned about media and communication and found her undying love for the world of entertainment. She has 7 years of experience unearthing the latest celebrity gossip on social media and also enjoys analysing television and cinematic narrative.