No One Wins When The Family Feuds: Flavor Flav Drops Chuck D From Public Enemy Lawsuit

by Krystal Franklin

May 11, 2018

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All seems to be well with old friends Chuck D and Flavor Flav. Reportedly Flav dropped Chuck from his 2017 lawsuit alleging his voice and image were used without his consent on the group’s newest album, Nothing Is Quick in the Desert. He’s alleging that he requested $75K for the record, but only received $7,500.

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While we don’t know what made the 59-year-old reconsider going out after his group member, aside from the lawsuit, the pair seem to be in good standing.

Flav is continuing his suit against several other Public Enemy managers and producers, including Bomb Squad member Gary G-Wiz. According to TheJasmineBrand, “the producer allegedly used Flav’s image to make Public Enemy action figures, which Flav claims he has not received compensation for.”

TELL US: Fair or foul — does Flavor Flav have a case?

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