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Karlie Reed Admits Ceaser Emanuel Ruined A Song.

Following a night on the town in Atlanta, "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" cast member Karlie Redd and "Black Ink Crew" star Ceaser Emanuel met up to spend some quality time together and shared a cute couple moment.

On Thursday, Ceaser posted a video on his (https://www.instagram.com/ceaserblackink/) Instagram Story of the two sitting in a car while Bell Biv DeVoe's "Poison" played in the background. In the video Ceaser begins to sing the song off key while attempting to hit one of the high notes.

"I like this song but you're ruining it for me," Karlie tells Ceaser.

(http://www.ibtimes.com/lhhatl-star-karlie-redd-ceaser-emanuel-black-ink-crew-make-after-instagram-fight-2509560) READ: Karlie Redd and Ceaser Emanuel make up after Instagram fight

Ceaser then tells Karlie to join in and sing the song with him, but she seems hesitant and annoyed because he continues to sing off key. When she remains silent, Ceaser yells "sing it" and Karlie happily bursts into song. Satisfied with his girlfriend finally joining in with him to sing the song Ceaser smiles at the camera before ending the video.

Before meeting up with Ceaser, Karlie attended an event at her boutique, Merci, which involved taking photos and talking to the press, but hours later she appeared alongside Ceaser in the same outfit.

Prior to their cute couple moment on Instagram, (http://www.ibtimes.com/lhhatl-star-joc-shades-karlie-redd-black-ink-crew-star-ceaser-emanuels-relationship-2513128) Karlie was briefly at war  with her ex-boyfriend and "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" cast member Joc after he attacked Ceaser on Instagram.

The rapper posted a photo of an article of Karlie speaking about details of the couple's level of intimacy. Joc joked that the article was about Ceaser not measuring up to him but in reality, Karlie revealed that the couple hasn't been intimate.

The comment started a fight between the two, but eventually ended when Joc apologized for his actions. Nonetheless, Karlie and Ceaser are still going strong and seem to be optimistic about their future together.

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Date:Mar 30, 2017
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