Flavor Flav would collaborate with Taylor Swift 'in a second'

Flavor Flav has revealed that he would collaborate with Taylor Swift "in a second".

The rapper, a self-confessed Swiftie, has expressed his desire to work with the music superstar.

"F**k yeah! I would be in the studio in a second," Flavor, real name William Jonathan Drayton Jr, told DailyMail.com when asked if he would be keen to work with Taylor in the future. "I would love to work with her. I would lay a track down at any time."

The 64-year-old rapper and DJ added, "If she called me at 3:30 in the morning I would roll up at a quarter to four. It's all love."

Flavor has been vocal about his admiration for Taylor in the past. In an interview with Billboard in January, he gushed about the Dear John hitmaker.

"She's one of the most important and influential artists of our time," he declared while wearing an Eras Tour hoodie.

The rapper also told reporters at the NFL Honors event in Las Vegas earlier this month that he finally got to have a conversation with Taylor, 34, at the 2024 Grammy Awards.

"The discussion (at the event) was about me congratulating her on all her success. And me being a big fan of hers, a big supporter of hers," Flavor said at the time, according to People.

"Having her acknowledge that her fan base, Swifties, gave me a name, 'King Swiftie,'" he continued. "I said, 'You know they call me King Swiftie?' She said, 'I know!' Yo, when I heard her say that, that was huge for me."

Flavor attended two of Taylor's Eras Tour shows last summer. He also went to the premiere of her concert film, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, in October.