Fat Joe Gives Kanye West Advice During Intimate Talk Amid Anti-Semitic Controversy
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During his appearance on 'Red Table Talk', the 'All the Way Up' rhymer also explains why he defended Ashanti after Irv Gotti made claims about their alleged sexual relationship.

AceShowbiz - Fat Joe weighed in on the scandal surrounding fellow rapper Kanye West. During his appearance on "Red Table Talk", the "All the Way Up" spitter revealed that he personally gave some advice to the Yeezy designer, who has been receiving backlash for his "White Lives Matter" antics and anti-Semitic comments.

"I'll tell y'all something. I was up a whole night going over what he said, and I was just like, 'Damn. Man, he really did it this time,' " Joe told co-hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris. "And so I was just thinking about it and how he hurt people with his statements and his comments. He really said some terrible things. And this morning, on the way here, I came out my hotel. The door opened, and it was Kanye West by himself."

Joe shared that he talked with Ye for an hour. "I said, 'You know what, Ye, man? You do church. There's no more powerful person than God. Sit down, talk to God,' " he recalled. "I said, 'Listen, Ye, there's people that love you.' I told him just like this. I grabbed his shoulder. I said, 'Well, God is telling me to tell you this.' "

"I just told him, 'Bro, you gotta snap out of this, man. You gotta get focused and look to God 'cause God is the answer. God is the key. Whatever you gotta do,' " Joe went on noting. "He just gotta make it right with himself, make it right with everybody he offended and he hurt and just live whatever life we have left in peace."

Sending prayers for the "Donda" artist, Joe continued, "That's all we can pray for, that he finds that, and the only person who got that answer for Kanye right now is God. Ain't nobody else. It's just God. So my thing is, you preaching at church, you around holy people, you around people who know way better than me. What I'm telling you is, look to God. 'Cause he's the only person that can straighten this out."

In the episode, Joe also explained why he defended Ashanti after Irv Gotti made claims about their alleged sexual relationship. "I'm the brother that looks out for the sisters. Somebody had asked me, 'Yo, why'd you jump out and defend Ashanti like that?' " Joe said. He also denied that he hooked up with the singer.

"Like, this was, like, you know, blasphemy or some s**t. Right, 'cause she's been my sister 20 something years. And Irv, my brother, I'm not even gon' lie to you. I love him. He came for me at a time in my life I'm not trying to disrespect Irv," he elaborated. "I'm talking about the situation with somebody I considered one of my brothers who's like, 'Yo, you [bleep]?' I was like, 'Are you crazy? Like, that's my sister.' "

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