By DJ Louie Styles
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Life is all about changes, especially if a person chooses to live their life in the public eye. No question, Fat Joe was on top of the world when “Lean Back” was out, but his focus is in a completely different place ten years later. This span has seen Fat Joe go out and make peace with Jay-Z and 50 Cent, while remaining true to himself.
Fat Joe often reminds people of how authentic he is and even Tony Sunshine credited him when he talked to Hip Hop Vibe last year. A few years ago, Fat Joe had a single called “The Crackhouse,” featuring Lil Wayne and he had a slick line about Al Sharpton. Seven years later, it turns out Fat Joe was… telling the truth (Maury voice).
A part of Fat Joe’s new life is his business venture with Market America and he’s received tons of support. One of these supporters is none other than the Reverend Al Sharpton, who came out to support Fat Joe, winding up on his Instagram.
RapGenius.com can go ahead and add this to their description for “The Crackhouse.”
See Fat Joe’s Instagram photo below:
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