Bullying is never okay, and after learning Cobra suffers from deep depression, Charmaine begs her to not leave 9Mag.
In this Black Ink Crew: Chicago highlight, Charmaine feels terrible for the bullying that recently went down in the shop. Cobra beelines straight to her room to pack her belongings because she doesn’t feel welcome at the shop anymore. Phor and Charmaine walk in to talk to her because the things they’ve said to her have been hurtful. Don really put things into perspective, and not realizing that people go through personal issues, Charmaine expresses that she is genuinely sorry. Petty bull aside, Charmaine pleads for Cobra to reconsider her decision.
As a loner, Cobra is not used to confiding in people and often times feels that she has no one to lean on. Sometimes she needs people to be strong for her as well. She understands that she may be different but she wants to be apart of the 9Mag family for that exact reason. Now that the ladies (and Phor) have hugged it out, Cobra is hoping that their relationship will be better from here on out.
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