A rep for Chuck tells The Blast, "Chuck D’s home has not burnt down. He is heartsick over the losses the people of Ventura and its surrounding areas continue to endure."
We broke the story, Flava Flav has been trying to serve Chuck D with a lawsuit over profits he thinks he's owed from Public Enemy, and claimed in court documents that he was unable to serve the MC because his "home burned down in the fire."
Chuck D took to social media, and said that his house was damaged by "toxins" and mudslides, and he was also evacuated -- but his house is still standing.
The Blast has reached out to Flava Flav and his attorneys to figure out why the rapper made the allegation in the first place, and will keep you updated.