Flavor Flav's Chicken & Ribs Locations All Gone: Detroit Restaurant Last One To Close
By Staff Writer | July 28, 2013 02:57 AM EDT
After failure to pay the rent, Flavor Flav's last Flavor Flav's Chicken & Ribs location is going out of business.
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The final restaurant in Detroit, Michigan, was first evicted in June according to E! Online. However, thanks to filing a motion of stay, the Public Enemy's food spot was able to reopen for several weeks.
Even with the delay of closure, Flav and his business associates weren't capable of coughing up the money. Thus, the restaurant shut down.
Still, the chain's Facebook page attempted to ease the minds of its more than 5,000 followers on Wednesday afternoon by posting a optimistic update.
"No worries we are relocating!!! Stay tuned for our official announcement later this evening," said the fan page, E! Online reported.
With the weekend almost over, a new location still hasn't been released.
This isn't Flav's first time having bad luck with the restaurant business. Flav's Fried Chicken in Iowa and the House of Flavor in Las Vegas tumbled six months after they opened.
Flavor Flav's Chicken & Ribs was very popular for its chicken, buffalo wings, BBQ ribs, and Belgian waffles. Their motto was "Chicken You Crave, Perfected by Flav."
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