Public Enemy part ways with Flavor Flav

Public Enemy part ways with Flavor Flav

Public Enemy, the Hall of Fame hip hop group announced on Sunday that would be going ahead without Flavor Flav. Flavor Flav is their founding member and has been their hype man for nearly 40 years. The move comes amidst Flavor Flav sending a cease and desist notice to Senator Bernie Sanders.

Kathy
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Jason
Jason 3 months

This is the difference between left and right parties. The right can cohabitate with people they disagree with. The left sends you into exile if you disagree. Eventually the left will be 1 person, alone on an island of hate. Preaching to everyone about acceptance and tolerance.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 3 months

Seems like Bernie should be trying to get Rage Against The Machine to play at his events. Sends a more on point message for his campaign.

TheMadDane
TheMadDane 3 months

Public Enemy is still around? lmfao

yooper
yooper 3 months

I am becoming more and more concerned about the hyped headlines on this app, I used to trust this site to be more news than misleading sensationalism. this article is about copyright infringement and not about a political statement as we are lead to believe by the headline. I've read 3 stories today and all were either misleading or suspiciously more like opinion. Careful, or this will too fall away.

Up
Up 3 months

Yeaaahhhh boooooiiiiii

Wholly
Wholly 3 months

#FlavDidNothingWrong

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 3 months

Who? What?

NPC #2
NPC #2 3 months

Is this guy playing a six-string bass?

michael zubas
michael zubas 3 months

Why, Flava Flav, Why?

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