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Fat Joe Shows Off Weight Loss On ABC’s “Good Morning America”



Fat Joe Shows Off Weight Loss On Stage In Central Park

Fat Joe Shows Off Weight Loss On Stage In Central Park

Yesterday Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Spliff Star, BIA and Busta Rhymes perform on ABC’s “Good Morning America” in Central Park in New York City.

It was a cool performance, but we couldn’t help but notice Fat Joe isn’t fat anymore. Yeah, he’s a little stocky. But by 2023 standards, he’s not fat.

Fat Joe has been on a weight loss journey for more than a decade, ever since his close friend and hip hop partner Bug Pun died from complications with obesity. It looks like Joe may have finally turned the corner on his weight struggles.

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Fat Joe is a rapper from New York City. He began his music career as a member of hip hop group Diggin’ in the Crates Crew (D.I.T.C.) in 1992, he then embarked on a solo career a year later and set up his own label, Terror Squad Productions, to which he signed Big Pun, Remy Ma, Tony Sunshine, Cuban Link, Armageddon, Prospect, Triple Seis, and a then-unknown DJ Khaled; he also discovered producers Cool & Dre.

Fat Joe’s debut solo album, Represent, was released in 1993 and spawned the single “Flow Joe”, which reached number one on the Billboard Hot Rap Songs chart.

His most commercially successful album to date was Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) (2001); it was certified Platinum by the RIAA and internationally certified silver by the BPI, as well as reaching the top 100 on multiple music charts.

He is best known for the songs “Lean Back” (2004; with Terror Squad), “What’s Luv?” (2002; featuring Ashanti and Ja Rule), “Make It Rain” (2006; featuring Lil Wayne), and “All the Way Up” (2016; with Remy Ma featuring French Montana and Dre).

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