Like father, like daughter! Black Ink Crew star Ceasar Emanuel has a lot to be proud of in his life — but his biggest achievement is his daughter Cheyenne. The 13-year-old is the apple of her dad's eye and she also seems to be his biggest fan.
She makes sure to let everyone know Ceasar is her dad on her Instagram bio and is constantly sharing throwback pic of her reality star father. The stylish teen also has Ceasar's fashion sense and her street style is always on point. Seriously, we need some selfie tips from Cheyenne!
Recently, In Touch spoke to the tattoo artist exclusively about fatherhood, and he revealed he would be open to giving Cheyenne some siblings. "The funny thing is, one day I would," he said. "I feel like you can't just be hustlin' just to hustle. Let's say I make the Forbes and become a billionaire — I just did it just to do it? That's kind of selfish. I want to have a family and feel the love, have quality time and stuff like that."
Despite their close relationship, Cheyenne rarely appears on the popular VH1 reality show. However, during the first season, fans were introduced to her mom Crystal, when she was taking Ceasar to court over unpaid child support. "I do support my child," Ceasar said at the time. "What I don't support is Crystal take all the damn money and spending it on her f--king self." Luckily, it seems the former couple was able to patch things and co-parent, coming together for Cheyenne's birthday earlier this year.
"Proud parents," Crystal captioned a family selfie at Cheyenne's birthday dinner. Ceasar also frequently gushes about his daughter on social media, writing, "You are not LIVING until you have something you would DIE FOR Love you." And when it comes to the other ladies in Ceasar's life, it looks like he is single — and focused on his business. "I am single as a dollar bill!" he said. "I'm dating a couple of people casually. I'm really invested in my family and my business... They're flourishing. I'm paying attention to certain things and they're going good. I'm about to open more shops."
He continued, "My family is doing better. I'm about to move my family out of the 'hood. I don't really have time for a [serious] relationship. If I do, it has to be someone who is really understanding."