What happened to Sky Days? 'Black Ink Crew' star will not return after beating up and wishing death on son Des
Sky was suspended from the show following a violent ialtercation with her son Des
Jakeita 'Sky' Days' suspension from 'Black Ink Crew' was inevitable, especially after the moves she pulled. The 36-year-old reality TV star's fraught and fragile relationship with sons Des and Genesis went from bad to worse when she said some harsh words and beat up one of them.
It was a casual conversation between a mother and a son that turned ugly in ways one can barely describe. Before it came to blows, Sky accused 19-year-old Des of stealing her money, which he denied. Later, she claimed that a woman DMed her saying that she was pregnant with Des' child. What followed was what caused her suspension from the show.
"It spiraled out of control and people got hurt," Distractify quoted Caeser Emmanuel, while one of the producers said that they "won't allow s--t to go down like this." One day, Sky was convinced that Des came looking for money, whereas he only wanted to bury the hatchet. "I really came to put our f--ked up past behind us," the teen insisted before the reality star shouted, "You here to get money!"
"She went out of her way to hurt me... She wished death on me," he told his uncle Ceaser while Sky said: "I wish I would’ve aborted you." Des couldn't control his anger and called Sky a "dumbass," which pushed her to hit him.
As the tussle intensified, Sky said some truly vile words that were not appreciated by Des, the production and those watching the footage. "I wanna beat this little boy’s ass… Why ain’t swallow you, f--king b---h boy?" she hurled and added: "Your daddy doesn’t want you! I don’t want you! Nobody wants you."
But, Des and Genesis, alleged that Sky gets in touch with them only when they want them to appear on the show. Otherwise, she is mostly gone from the young men's lives. "She raised me for six years, and then she gave me up and walked out on me. I'll never forget that," Genesis told Caeser during one of the episodes. Sky gave birth to her sons, Des and Genesis, at a young age and choose to put them up for adoption. After many years apart, audiences watched her reconnect with the young men on 'Black Ink Crew'. She spoke about her reason for pursuing adoption on camera. "I always was told that you [are] always supposed to do the best for your children," she reveals in a Season 3 episode. "I feel that I did."
Will Sky return to the show? At this point, it's doubtful given how she left things.
Catch all the new episodes of 'Black Ink Crew' Season 9 on VH1 every Monday at 9/8c. For more information, check your local listings.