Fat Joe took to Instagram to show off what he thought was a fire fit that featured him wearing those YEEZY NSTLD boots. However, Joe Crack didn't get the sweeping praise he was surely looking for.

While Fat Joe is most definitely a hip-hop OG that warrants respect amongst his peers and those that came after him, the "Lean Back" vet set the entire Internet on fire after claiming that DaBaby is the most comparable artist to late hip-hop legend 2Pac.

Tuesday's (Sep.14) Verzuz showdown between Fat Joe and Ja Rule wasn't without some controversy.

The comments arrived as Ja Rule began running through his ladies friendly hits during VERZUZ on Tuesday (September 14).


The two New York rappers went track-for-track in a Verzuz battle that was filled with classic songs, surprise guests and a whole lot of trash talk.

It ain't over. Today (September 2), the next Verzuz was announced as a battle between Bronx rapper Fat Joe and Queens crooner, ahem, rapper Ja Rule.

Fat Joe has been living his best life, recently celebrating a birthday and a recap of the Dipset vs. The LOX battle that went battle. But also including in his recent itinerary is addressing allegations that he's a snitch—which he vehemently denies.

How is Fat Joe following up his epic VERZUZ recap? With a new Gangsta Grillz project.

Fat Joe has been blessed with a lengthy Hip-Hop career and he continues to evolve. Lately, he's been asserting himself on social media and his recap of the history-making The LOX vs Dipset VERZUZ battle showcases Joe Crack's Hip-Hop insight, personality, and comedic timing.

Set featured image Fat Joe doesn’t get enough respect on his name for his catalog. Joe Crack from The Boogie Down reminded the world of hoq big his legacy really is with a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. The Bronx, New York native put on for the city with a very impressive set on NPR’s beloved […]

Our culture will finally have a destination where its’ rich history will be formally exhibited. Some living legends helped break ground at the Universal Hip-Hop Museum. As reported by HipHopDX the build out of the Universal Hip Hop Museum is officially underway. On Thursday, May 20 several Rap icons appeared on site to put shovels to dirt […]

In a recent interview, Joey Crack said that DJ Khaled is the "Quincy Jones of Hip-Hop" and Twitter is telling the Terror Squad honcho to "Lean Back" with his opinion.