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Los Angeles, California – After Flava Flav forwarded Senator Bernie Sanders a cease and desist letter for allegedly using his image to promote, Public Enemy later announced that they have ended their relationship with Flavor Flav.
Chuck D released the following brief statement: “Public Enemy and Public Enemy Radio will be moving forward without Flavor Flav. We thank him for his years of service and wish him well.”
On Friday, Flavor Flav’s attorney, Matthew Friedman, forwarded Sanders the cease and desist letter, accusing him of using his image; Flavor Flav has not publicly endorsed anyone. The letter states, “While Chuck is certainly free to express his political view as he sees fit — his voice alone does not speak for Public Enemy.”