Flavor Flav buys entire Red Lobster menu (Twitter)

Flavor Flav is putting his star power to good use to help Red Lobster after the popular seafood restaurant chain filed for bankruptcy in May.

The Public Enemy rapper, known for his larger-than-life personality and iconic clock necklaces, recently showcased an extravagant spread of Red Lobster dishes that could feed a football team.

On Monday, June 3rd, Flavor Flav treated his family to a feast, ordering nearly every item off the menu.

The dining table was a seafood lover’s dream, piled high with fish and chips, popcorn shrimp, and signature items like Cheddar Bay Biscuits and the Bar Harbor Lobster Bake.

Flav, clearly committed to his cause, shared a photo of the impressive spread on Instagram, captioned: “Ya boy said he wuz gonna do everything to help Red Lobster and save the Cheddar Bay Biscuits,,, ordered the whole menu.”

His daughter, Da’Zyna, also shared the post, which quickly garnered attention from fans.

Comments flooded in, praising Flav’s generosity and humor.

One fan wrote, “Yooo, Flav is going to single-handedly save Red Lobster,” while another joked, “Some heroes wear clocks!”

Flavor Flav’s team revealed to TMZ that this visit was just the beginning.

He planned to return to Red Lobster with his son for a second round and expressed interest in discussing potential collaborations with Red Lobster officials to further support the struggling chain.

The rapper also took to Twitter to reassure concerned fans, promising that the chain “ain’t closing down just yet.”

His dedication to spreading the word and rallying support for Red Lobster is evident.

Red Lobster’s financial troubles came to light in May when the company filed for bankruptcy protection after closing dozens of locations across the country.

Despite this, Red Lobster pledged to keep its 600 remaining restaurants open while searching for a buyer.

“This restructuring is the best path forward for Red Lobster. It allows us to address several financial and operational challenges and emerge stronger and re-focused on our growth,” CEO Jonathan Tibus stated.

The chain, which employs 36,000 people across the U.S. and Canada, is looking to stabilize its operations and ensure a brighter future.

Beyond its 551 U.S. locations and 27 Canadian outlets, Red Lobster also has franchises in Thailand, Ecuador, Japan, and Mexico.

Flavor Flav’s enthusiastic support might just be the boost Red Lobster needs.

As he continues to shine a spotlight on the chain, fans and customers alike are reminded of the comfort and joy that a meal at Red Lobster can bring.

For a glimpse of Flavor Flav’s epic Red Lobster meal, check out his Instagram post below:

Someone said it would have been super dope if Flavor Flav pulled up to a struggling Black-owned restaurant and bought the entire menu.

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