The fast food joint has been evicted once and for all from its last remaining location. But hey, they put up a good fight with their now ex-landlord, according to TMZ.
Flav’s Chicken in Sterling Heights, MI, was previously evicted back in June after the landlord claimed Flav’s business partners had been stiffing him on rent — but the business partners bought themselves some extra time by filing a Motion to Stay the eviction … and re-opened.
The Motion to Stay was granted on the condition Flav’s business partners and the landlord came to an agreement regarding past rent — but that never happened … so on Thursday, the Motion to Stay was officially denied.
U-Haul trucks showed up Wednesday to carry everything away — and police were on hand in case anything got nasty. Luckily, it didn’t.
The Michigan location was the last remaining Flav’s Fried Chicken in the country — the other locations in Vegas and Iowa have also closed down.
A rep for the artist known as Flavor Flav didn’t have much to say about the eviction. Apparently Mr. Flav leaves the day-to-day operations of the restaurant to his partners.