Fat Joe has sympathy for Nate Robinson, who became a laughingstock after getting housed by suburban goon Jake Paul in the boxing ring.
During the latest episode of the Fat Joe Show, the rotund rhymer explained why Robinson was brave to even step in the ring and spoke on passing on an opportunity to make many millions to fight 50 Cent back when the two New Yorkers were beefing.
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"I wouldn’t do it," he said about boxing in front of an audience. "When I had beef with 50 Cent, people were, like, fake offering me $10 million, $5 million, to go fight 50 one-on-one. I’m not scared of 50. I’d fight him for free half the time. But to get knocked out on TV, it’s tough and I don’t think we’re giving Nate his respect.
He got knocked out, I get it. It was explosive, it was crazy," he continued. "I get it. But you can’t keep trying to kill our people that got the courage to entertain us."
50 Cent vs. Fat Joe, who you got?