The future of rap isn’t just about topping charts and making hits, there’s also a struggle section. It’s not enough to start at the top and end up in struggle, these days you get just as much press for going the opposite route.
When it comes to many rappers, the statement “Oh he/she is a total character!” is used to describe them. Sometimes it’s offensive, but oftentimes it’s true. Rappers embody the idea of a character – from shedding their government name to substantiating their flows with an outwardly wild personality. Oh yeah, let’s not forget their aesthetics.
Flavor Flav‘s acumen as a business is looking very suspect. The Public Enemy rapper and reality star’s last fried chicken joint in Michigan is in danger of closing.
Flavor Flav is in big trouble. A judge in Las Vegas has ruled that there is evidence that the Public Enemy rapper and OG reality show star threatened his girlfriend’s son with a butcher knife. Thus, Flav must stand trial on a pair of felony charges.
Flavor Flav was arrested last last week for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and her 17-year-old son, but he wants to make amends, his attorney said Monday (Oct. 22). Attorney Tony Abbatangel appeared in front a Las Vegas judge on behalf of the New York native, expressing that Flav wants to reconcile with his lady love, in spite of the attack.