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Flavor Flav, Chuck D At Odds; Flav Suing For Unpaid Royalties

Flavor Flav, Chuck D At Odds; Flav Suing For Unpaid Royalties

Public Enemy members Flavor Flav and Chuck D are the new Lil Wayne and Birdman. Flav has SLAPPED Chuck with a lawsuit.

Flavor Flav decided to SLAP Chuck D and members of their group Public Enemy’s production and management team with a lawsuit over alleged unpaid royalties. Read on…

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Throwback Thursday: Hip Hop Legends

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Throwback Thursday: Hip Hop Legends

When it comes to Throwbacks we came across one photo which we found worth of #ThrowbackThursday, which features hip hop’s golden era!

CelebNMusic247.com came across this dope photo of Will Smith aka DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince, Flavor Flav, Salt N Peppa, Kid N Play, Slick Rick, Chuck D and more…

It’s hip hop icons at their best! Loving this pic.

#ThrowbackThursday #HipHopLegends #CelebsAreCoolRight

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Chuck D SLAMS Suge Knight Over N-Word

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(CelebNMusic247 – NewsChuck D SLAMS Suge Knight Over N-Word

After Suge Knight proposed a controversial idea this week, abolishing the term African-American, Chuck D FIRED back calling the remark disrespectful!

Suge Knight made one of the most ignorant statements earlier this week when he proposed a controversial idea to abolishing the term “African-American,” because he feels it’s inaccurate, and instead rather go with “ni**a.”

Suge ruffled some feather with known Public Enemy member, Chuck D, who agrees “African-American” isn’t a perfect term since a white person could technically be African-American too, but insists the n-word comes with too much negative connotations toward blacks in America. The “N-Word” is rooted in bloody history and oppression to be used loosely, according to Chuck D.

Here’s the drop via TMZ:

Chuck D has a message for anyone buying into Suge Knight’s take on the n-word — tossing around that epithet is vile and disrespectful to the Civil Rights movement.

Put more poetically by Chuck who explians:

“Being called Black in America is the struggle to keep us moving and breathing over bloody water. Being a Nig**r or [Ni**a] without the context of history is like drowning in bloody water, dragging down those yet knowing to swim.”

Chuck D, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, added — he thinks rappers show a lack creativity when they use the n-word:

“More than 3 times a song. It’s lazy. Especially when out of context.”

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