Rah Ali Talks Fight With Sky From Black Ink
Those of you who caught Monday caught an eyeful of the Black Ink brawl between Love & Hip Hop’s Rah Ali and Black Ink Crew’s Sky.
Rah Ali recently sat down with BOSSIP to give us her side of the story with Sky and the events that led up to that fight. Rah let us know that after a social media spat over Sky’s friend’s eyelash line, she went to speak to Sky directly at her home in her Harlem. However, Sky refused to answer the door. So, naturally she was shocked that she ran up into the shop in fighting clothes when producers and staff had assured her that only a discussion was supposed to take place. Since fighting is banned on Love and Hip Hop New York, she didn’t come prepared for a physical altercation, thinking that production had no plans to allow such a thing to occur.
Rah says her wig wasn’t pinned down at all — a light wind could have knocked it off, much less someone swinging at her. She feels as though it happened very quickly and no real blows landed, so Sky’s celebration of victory and “azz-whooping” was completely unfounded.
However, she asserts that she isn’t a fighter and would like to move past the incident and fostering any beefs with people like Sky and Yandy in the future.
However, that hasn’t seemed to stop Sky from posting about their scrap nonstop on her social media. Sky posted multiple posts about the fight after Monday’s episode, including a TBT clip of when Rah made her visit to Sky’s home, and Sky :
And Rah responded in the comment section of one of her recent posts — taking a swing at Sky and her adoption drama — to which Sky responded:
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Fyi: The only thing that's unfortunate is us as women had to come to physicality's because of actions that put the other in danger (putting my address in social media). In regard to my children, for you and all of those that are ever so concerned about my children they are doing amazing with their adoptive parents! Suddenly uprooting them and taking them out of their element definitely was not my goal whatsoever. My goal is to tell them the reason behind the selfless decision that I made. To give them reason behind the actions of their birth mother how dearly I love them.. The platform I was given to tell my story is also a message out to my children that most birthmothers aren't able to tell until the children are of the allowed age to make contact. Taking LOW blows to the children is nothing new.. I see comments on social media on a regular basis.. I can care less.. Everyone is entitled to their opinion… I'm thankful that the Lord has given me the opportunity and the platform of #BlackinkCrew to be able to inform about the adoption process & adoptive issues that people may not know in our community and I'm able to entertain the masses….😊 That ass whipping that you were blessed with by these hands will be my last physical altercation #positvevibesonly I'm on a different flow…say what you want I put energy into posting what you said to me I'm entertaining😂🌚 Peace and Infinite blessings #BlackinkCrew #Llhhny #SkyCode #LoveYou #SkyGang
Yikes. Something tells us this isn’t exactly the final chapter between these two…despite each’s assertion that they’re moving on from the scrap…