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Chuck D Says Rappers Should Support Obama, Diss Trump
Between proving his official citizenship, publicly trouncing Donald Trump and announcing the death of Osama Bin Laden, President Barack Obama has had a triumphant week.
However, Public Enemy frontman Chuck D, still feels like his fellow MCs should have been a little more vocal in their support of the…
Flavor Flav Pulls Plug on Fried Chicken Restaurant
Flavor Flav has reportedly closed his infamous Iowa fried chicken restaurant due to mismanagement.
According to TMZ, the Public Enemy hypeman/reality TV star was forced to pull out of his contract with Nick Cimino, a partner in Flavor Flav's Fried Chicken, after opening the ill-fated chicke…
Flavor Flav Denies Writing Bad Checks to Employees
After being open for just over two months, it seems as though Flavor Flav's chicken restaurant might not be as profitable as he, or his employees, would have hoped.
According to reports, employees have been unable to cash their paychecks from the Clinton, Iowa chicken joint...
Kid Cudi, Public Enemy Top Vanderbilt’s Rites of Spring
Kid Cudi will join an ecclectic group of rockers and rap legends this year at Vanderbilt University's 2011 Rites of Spring music festival.
The music festival, which is in its 40th year, takes place on the Alumni Lawn of Vanderbilt's campus in Nashville, Tennessee, on April 15 and 16...
Flavor Flav Hopes to Get High School Diploma on New Show
In recent years, Flavor Flav has turned himself into an accomplished reality television star, and the famed Public Enemy member is apparently eyeing his next television deal as we speak. After a move to Iowa in order to open up his first chicken restaurant, Flav has decided that he finally wants to …
Flavor Flav Opens His Own Fried Chicken Chain
Public Enemy hypeman and TV personality Flavor Flav has officially launched his new venture, Flav's Fried Chicken.
The fried chicken franchise opened in Clinton, Iowa on Monday, Jan. 24, and is owned by Flav and his friend, Nick Cimino...
Chuck D Pens Letter on the State of Hip-Hop
Reporting from Cape Town, South Africa, Public Enemy frontman Chuck D has penned his own hip-hop State of the Union address. The essay, originally addressed to writers Davey D and Chuck "Jigsaw" Creekmur of AllHipHop.com, discusses the 50-year-old's observations on the genre&a…

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