Fat Joe Apologises To Roy Jones Jr Over Rap Lyric

Rapper Fat Joe was forced to apologise to former boxing champ Roy Jones JR after the fighter took offence to the heavyweight chart star poking fun at his defeats in Ja Rule’s anthem New York.

Joe and Jones Jr faced off recently at a party, when the boxer demanded answers from the rapper – real name Joe Cartagena – after the hip-hop star referred to Jones’ knock-out losses to Antonio Tarver and Glencoffe Johnson with the line “even Roy Jones was forced to lean back”.

Fat Joe says, “I told him, ‘I know you can swing on me. You’re the champion of the world in boxing. But you’re going to leave this club.

“The next day we spoke on the phone. I was like, ‘Yo, B, I got mad respect, mad love for you.’ I’m a man about this s**t. I know when I’m right, I know when I’m wrong. That was wrong to be disrespecting him like that.”

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