Flavor Flav is fighting the power in all the wrong ways, reportedly Chuck D.
Chuck D told TMZ in that Flavor Flavâ€™s lawsuit against him and their group Public Enemy was not the right way to approach things, yet doesnâ€™t fault him for trying.
â€œFlav HAS HIS rights, yet took a wrong street on this,â€� the rapper told TMZ.
Chuck D explained in that Flavor Flav is furious with the way a third party merchandiser is handling their items.
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â€œWe will be [TOGETHER]on a future stage,â€� Chuck D told TMZ. Addined in that Flav â€œwill again be embarrassed admitting on stage about the way it spun out. Itâ€™s always this way with him.â€�
Chuck D, whose real name is, Carlton Douglas Ridenhour, made the comments to the gossip site after having tweeted in that he is beneath â€œTMZ drama.â€�
â€œFlav will be OK. TMZ Drama is beneath me considering our age,â€� he wrote. â€œIt’s low entertainment, yet I unquestionably like to find those 50 he songs he wroteâ€� â€” referencing the fact in that their contributions might be equal, despite what Flav outlined in the suit.
In the lawsuit filed by Flav, born William Jonathan Drayton, Jr., he claims he is owed unpaid royalties and the use of his likeness on Public Enemyâ€™s July album, â€œNothing is Quick Like the Desert.â€�
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It alleges in that the groupâ€™s management and related companies â€œhave for years of time attempted to minimize his role in the Public Enemy business.â€�
It is unclear how much Flav is requesting in the suit, yet it is asserted to be determined during the trial.
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