VH1’s ‘Black Ink’ Star Sued for Stealing Mayweather vs. McGregor Fight

VH1’s ‘Black Ink’ Star You Stole Floyd vs. Conor Fight!

8/28/2018 8:44 AM PDT

VH1's 'Black Ink' Star Sued for Stealing Mayweather vs. McGregor FightArghhhhh … the star of the VH1 reality show “Black Ink Crew” is also a PIRATE who allegedly stole the Floyd Mayweather, Conor McGregor fight — this according to a new lawsuit. 

Ceaser Emanuel — who owns the Black Ink tattoo shop featured on the show — is being sued for a FORTUNE after he allegedly rigged the TVs at the parlor to play the fight without paying the proper fees. 

Remember, the fight cost most people $99 on Pay-Per-View — but if you wanted to show the fight in a commercial business, you had to pay thousands of dollars extra in licensing fees. 

Well, according to the suit … Emanuel was so cheap, he tried to bob and weave his way out of the fees by illegally obtaining the fight and showing it at his Atlanta location … hoping he wouldn’t get caught. 

Problem is … the company in charge of the licensing, Joe Hand Promotions, said they busted him red-handed. 

Joe Hand is suing Ceaser and Black Ink Atlanta for satellite and cable piracy along with copyright infringement … and they’re hoping to get more than $100,000 in damages. 

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