Public Enemy Group Members Stay Busy Amidst Lawsuit

AllHipHop Staff

Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav and Chuck D. are still getting down to business, even though they are battling in court.

(AllHipHop News) Both members of Public Enemy may be publicly feuding, but their careers are continuing on, separately.

Flavor Flav filed a lawsuit against group member Chuck D., claiming he's being stiffed out of his portion of royalties for merchandise, music and other streams of income generated by the legendary hip-hop group.

Flavor Flav is staying busy promoting himself on a new autograph signing tour. Flav is expected to appear at Mama Cimino’s in Lake Geneva September 7th-9th.

Tickets to meet Flavor Flav will cost $100 at the door.

As for fellow group member Chuck D., he’s also active with his newest group Prophets of Rage.

Prophets of Rage, which consists of Cypress Hill group member B-Real, and Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello dropped a new single titled “Strength In Numbers.”

The group is also about to hit the road tonight (September 7) in Boston and winds down in November at the Ozzfest in San Bernardino, California.