MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - It was 90s night out at Riverwalk Stadium and the Biscuits had a special guest on hand. Rapper Flavor Flav threw out the ceremonial first pitch, or should we say the first and second pitch.
"I wanted to look good when they show this on TV," he joked. "I was watching my boy 50 Cent throw a first pitch and his ball didn't do all that great. I said, 'I ain't goin' out like that!'"
All jokes aside, the former Public Enemy member was on hand singing autographs and even taking pictures, and said he loves the Capital City.
"I love Montgomery. I always love coming to Montgomery. I've been coming here since 1987. Always love it, so it's real cool to be here," he said.
Of course being in the state of Alabama, and college football being a huge part of the state, he had to answer the big question. Alabama or Auburn?
"Don't get disappointed by this answer," he began. "If I had to pick between Alabama or Auburn, you know who I really would pick? Both teams. The reason why is because on both teams, there's fans of Flavor Flav."
Flav said he's back in the studio working on a solo album.
The Biscuits would drop their second game in a row to the Barons, 8-2.