Judging by Flav’s Co-Worker, looks like that’s some good eats right there. Can’t imagine why it didn’t succeed…
Grand opening. Grand closing. Flavor Flav and former restaurant partner Nick Cimino closed the doors to their Clinton, Iowa eatery, FFC, over the weekend after just four months in business.
The Public Enemy rap star said he abandoned the company because he wasn’t happy with Nick’s business operations. “The reason why I pulled my license [is] because there was a lot of employees that wasn’t getting paid,” Flav told WQAD.
Last month, several employees claimed that their FFC paychecks had bounced.
Flav said he was concerned about his reputation. “I gave this man permission to take my name and my life and operate a business,” he said. “I have to do whatever possible for me to save my name. And the only way that I can save my name is to shut the business down because Nick Cimino is not running the business right.”