The rapper, Flavor Flav, seems to have transgressed Las Vegas’s fireworks law via his 4th of July shenanigans.
Flavor Flav had been going on and on in his celebrations every year on the 4th of July. The rap artist exploded fireworks and engaged in all sorts of wild and woolly behavior on an annual basis and the neighbors had issues with all the noise and chaos.
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He was given two court notices this time around though. Flavor Flav has been in trouble with the metropolitan police before due to his actions.
Within his large residential palace of sorts, he set off many fireworks worth thousands of dollars on each 4th of July thereby disturbing the neighborhood who wanted peace and quiet instead.
Flavor Flav is the front man for the group known as Public Enemy. He was reprimanded by the police last year too when he tried to explode fireworks worth $8000. He then shifted his party scene to another venue far off from his Las Vegas residence.
This year some neighbors decided that they had had enough so they complained to the police. The result was that the police arrived and took custody of a hundred pounds of the fireworks.
The neighbors some of whom refused to give their names said that Flavor Flav had been setting off the fireworks and explosives all at once in a blaze of glory in order to get away from the long arm of the law.
His bad ways had been disturbing the local atmosphere. He was thus given two citations by the police. The rapper won’t be disturbing his neighbors anymore.
That is because he will be moving to some place other than Vegas which is his original home. He admitted that he did engage in a little fun but it was only for amusement purposes and everyone did have a ball together.
Over 110 people attended the 4th of July celebrations the rapper got going this time around. He also said that it wasn’t like he did it every single day of the year. And he spoke of how he never wanted to go to jail.
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