Rapper/television star Flavor Flav celebrated his 50th birthday last night (March 15) at BB King's nightclub in New York City with a concert with Public Enemy.
The rapper was joined by Ice-T and Coco, boxing trainer/commentator Emmanuelle Stewart, Grand Master Melle Mel and others like his wife Liz.
As a special request, Ice-T performed "Six In The Morning" as Flavor Flav played the drums.
Chuck D, the lead rapper in Public Enemy, played hype man, a role usually reserved for Flavor.
Flavor Flav said to fellow rapper Ice T, "Thank you for not beating me the f**k up for when I crashed your Ferrari."
Ice-T revealed the incident happened in 1987 and Flav stated that he still had the tail light from the expensive vehicle.
Flavor Flav thanked a bevy of rappers, friends and family as a huge cake was presented on stage.
Public Enemy performed tracks from their album It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back and other hits such as "Welcome To The Terrordome."
AllHipHop.com streamed the event live last night.
Flavor Flav's birthday is today (March 16).