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.