NEW YORK (AP) — Flavor Flav had his red cap flipped backward as he pulled out his iPhone on the Madison Square Garden court. Flav held the camera steady and recorded cousin Shep Garner clip the final strands of the championship net and wave it toward the Penn State die-hards.
Flav's T-shirt at the NIT said it all for the Nittany Lions: Believe the hype!
Maybe even Flavor Flav would admit, do believe the hype.
Shep Garner has brought the noise as Penn State's career 3-point leader, a mark he set when the Nittany Lions routed Mississippi State in the National Invitation Tournament semifinals.
Penn State fans at the Garden — which included football coach James Franklin — chanted Garner's name as he moved closer to the record. He hit six to reach 334 in his career and top Pete Lisicky's 332.
Police: Man cited for attack on Flavor Flav at Vegas casino
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A man who served prison time in Nevada for involuntary manslaughter is facing a misdemeanor battery charge in an attack involving entertainer Flavor Flav at a Las Vegas casino, authorities said Thursday.
The 58-year-old rapper and reality television star, whose real name is William Jonathan Drayton Jr., was treated at a hospital after the late Tuesday incident at the South Point, according to police and his lawyer, Kristina Wildeveld.
Before he was a working journalist, Harry Allen hung out with and took candid images of some of the founding members of hip-hop culture in the early 1980s, before they were household names.