30 Motivational Flavor Flav Quotes

Flavor Flav is a reality TV star and rapper. He can be seen on television in shows such as Celebrity Apprentice, The Celebrity Apprentice: White House and Celebrity Big Brother.

Flav was a contestant on the third season of “The Surreal Life”, which has also featured Flavor Flav, Flavor Flav. He was also a contestant on the Flavor Flav reality show. The series lasted three seasons.

You have a lot of problems, but I don’t care about them.

30 Motivational Flavor Flav Quotes

2. I look more towards the future. Thats where my head is at.

Flavor Flav is saying he thinks he’s like a celebrity when we hear about his fame.

I could be wrong but I think this is a lyric from the song “You and the Music.” If that is the case then it fits perfectly.

In order for a show to sell out or be a hit, there has to be some sort of dance floor or a crowd.

Flav says he became popular because he was a “nice guy.” He was also the jailhouse lawyer, he got along with everybody, and he never bothered anyone.

I think he said that scripted acting is hard for him because he forgets his lines, so he may need to work on that.

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I was a teenage drug dealer,
Then I got caught, spent a year in prison.
Now I’ve turned my life around,
I’m a successful DJ and entrepreneur.
Now I’m going back to school,
I just want to show the world it’s never too late to get your diploma, and show kids they should stay in school and not wait until you’re old to get it.

Flavor Flav worked as a head cook at courthouses and high school and left it behind when he started getting into his music really heavy.

Flav is a strong advocate of God and has spoken about it publicly multiple times. He’s also done many charitable works to assist community members and has continued to thrive.

As a kid, Flav had a huge crush on Nancy Reagan and has been wearing a clock around his neck since 1985.

If we’re a country that has this much negative attention, then we should try to create some positive attention.

Flav Flav is a motivational speaker, and his teaching about learning may be considered to be inspirational. In fact, I would say that the message of success is that is a positive, empowering, life lesson.

Flavor Flav has many clocks, he has European, American, and even some time pieces from all over the world.

Flav says he tries to have father time with his kids. He has fun with them. And he tries to spend time with them.

When Flavor Flav made this quote, he wasn’t referencing the infamous Public Enemy song. He was referring to himself.

Flavor Flav has been in the rap game since 1987 and is currently Public Enemy’s former “road manager”. He is perhaps best known for his one liner: “Get a job, you fat, black bastard”. You will often hear him on stage yell out this line whenever the band does “Bring The Noise”.

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Chuck D said that Public Enemy is always going to be alive, as long as Chuck D is living and Flavor Flav is living.

Flavor Flav won a culinary degree in 1978. I’m sure he had to work for it, but I don’t think this is a real thing. He’d be a good cook, but I’m not going to believe this. He’s just saying it because you’re there.

You know, I think it’s the opposite. The youth who listen to rap nowadays aren’t so much concerned with boasting. I think to this day it’s still a celebration of hip-hop music. If you want to be hip-hop, then hip-hop is the way to do it.

He’s trying to become a better person. He’s tired of just being the same.

When people told Flavor Flav he couldn’t have a baby, he wasn’t happy. He said that babies should have carrots and rice.

Flavor Flav (aka William Henry Marshall III) recorded a song called “Black Magic Woman” in 1992 called “Black is Back”. The song became a massive international hit for Santana.

The former ‘Papa of P-Funk’, is constantly in the spotlight, yet he has managed to find himself in more than his fair share of trouble. For a while he went back to the big house, but has since found his way back to the mainstream. In recent times, his name-dropping antics have been the butt of more than a few jokes as he continues his self-destructive ways with plenty of drugs to back it up.

No, he lost his virginity when he was 17. I lost mine at 6, but I didn’t really remember it until I was 34.

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Flavor Flav recently sat down for an interview with Radio.com where he talked about the new album, his time away from rap and if he plans to stay in the game.

Flavor Flav was a rapper who would always make references to his life in the diner. He is known for, among other things, saying “I put my hands up to say ‘I know how to cook,’ not to claim I can cook professionally” He often says he learned cooking skills at a soul food restaurant.

We only have one life to live. We don’t have to think about the past or the future. We don’t owe anyone anything. We just have to care about our own lives and the choices we make right now.


I hope you get a chance to enjoy all the positive and encouraging quotes from folks you look up to.

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