Fat Joe Reacts To His Name Appearing On Fake List Of Celebrities Associated w/ Deceased Child Trafficker Jeffrey Epstein: ‘I Don’t Know That Motherf***er!’
Rapper Fat Joe isn’t here for someone putting his name on a phony Jeffrey Epstein list.
On the heels of court documents being unsealed relating to Epstein’s criminal sex abuse case, the New York native took to social media to vehemently deny that he has any association with the deceased offender.
Fat Joe, real name Joseph Antonio Cartagena, spoke about the topic during a recent Instagram live stream where he stated:
“The man’s dead, and let me tell you something. They put out a fake list first….They had me on it. I don’t know that motherf***er.!”
Fat Joe unhappy with his name appearing on a fake Jeffrey Epstein list pic.twitter.com/i3KDNDkBEZ
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Letting out a sarcastic laugh, the 53-year-old added:
“Yo, they had me on a fake list! Let me tell you something — you guys wish I was on a motherf***ing Epstein list. I don’t care if Epstein killed himself, didn’t, they killed him. F**k him, okay? They say don’t speak ill of the dead. But this guy? P*ss on his sh*t. He’s a piece of sh*t.”
The “Lean Back” artist is just one of a slew of celebs to recently be falsely associated with the diabolical actions of Epstein. In case you’re unfamiliar with the situation, the businessman became infamous a few years back after he was found dead in his cell while serving time for child trafficking charges. A 2005 investigation reportedly uncovered that the financier had taken at least 36 girls, some as young as 14 years old, to his private island, where they were forced to give sex services to his guests.
Allegedly, a number of high-profile celebrities visited the location throughout the years and are speculated to have known of and/or participated in the abuse. Earlier this month, around 900 court documents from the Epstein investigation were partially redacted and made public. Celebs such as Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, and Michael Jackson’s names appeared in the transcripts, though none of those individuals were criminally implicated.
Similar to Fat Joe, other celebs such as Jimmy Kimmel and Whoopi Goldberg have also recently spoken out, condemning false reports that claim they were linked to Epstein. Goldberg addressed her name popping up on one of the fake lists during a recent episode of “The View.” She stated:
“Apparently, they said I was on the island. And I don’t go anywhere!”
BIGGEST REVELATIONS IN EPSTEIN DOCS: After the first batch of what is expected to be hundreds of sealed court filings pertaining to the late sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein were made public Wednesday, #TheView co-hosts weigh in. https://t.co/cVclFZQmjA pic.twitter.com/U1TpkVzLoG
— The View (@TheView) January 4, 2024
“So I’m just going to say — and there’s just been a lot of stuff recently, I don’t know what I’ve done to anybody — but apparently there are a lot of the [tabloid] sites [and] people don’t realize they can be harmful.”
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