After being evicted on Thursday (June 20), Flavor Flav’s Chicken & Ribs joint is back in business.
According to TMZ.com, attorneys for the Sterling Heights, Michigan restaurant filed a motion to stay the eviction, claiming they weren’t informed about a court hearing on the matter until AFTER it was held.
Apparently, it worked.
A judge agreed and postponed the eviction until attorneys for both sides can have another hearing. However, the judge did require the restaurant to pay one month’s rent of … $3,500.
Flav’s landlord claims the chicken joint owes more than $20,000 in back rent. The rapper’s biz partners, however, say they didn’t pay because there was a faulty heater spewing deadly carbon monoxide.