Fat Joe on raising son with Autism l ABCNL

New York legend and hip-hop mogul Fat Joe joins us with a special mission to bring attention to World Autism Awareness Month.

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46 thoughts on “Fat Joe on raising son with Autism l ABCNL

  1. Salute to Fat Joe! I was born autistic with speech & nonverbal communication problems. I started talking when I was 5 years old and I was in the special ed until the 4th grade. I would attend speech classes and therapy throughout my youth. Long story short, I graduated Berkeley College with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a 3.1 GPA in 3 years no breaks. The key to beating autism is never giving up and keep fighting daily. Practice makes perfect. Always work on yourself and your kids. Take vitamins and eat healthier. Drink lots of water as well. Take advantage of your interests so you can bring yourself or your child out more socially. Love always wins!

  2. Thank you fat joe for bringing awareness. I have a 9 year old son with autism and I am very glad that fat joe and others are bringing awareness of autism

  3. I think it would have been better for Joey to not hear the words someday… that his mom wanted to give him up. Could have left that out fatjoe. People including me still have high respect for what you did even without putting down the mom …

  4. What a man to be a wonderful father to his son and not take the route of fear and abandonment especially at age 19. Props to Fat Joe! I have so much respect for him.

  5. I never knew Joe has a son with Autism. My son is Autistic and I never thought once to give him up. He's on the lower part of the spectrum but still shows a lot of the characteristics. Very very smart kiddo….just takes him time to process things and he does it differently from all of us. Bravo to this man who stepped up taking care of his son 👏👏

  6. That's mest up.. the mother rather give it up for adoption… Glad Fat Joe took the responsibility that the mother gave up… This should be viral… Something not many people know about how to be a great father

  7. Love Fat Joe. It takes a lot to raise a child and too see him be a father to his son when others would have given up is such an inspiration.

  8. I think the numbers are higher than that. Autism was unheard of just few yrs ago. Now you know at least one person who is autistic. More funding needs to be allocated for programs for these special people.

  9. I work with many that have Autism…but before that I didn't believe it existed… Then I started working in Mental Health… & it's real but the masses deal with it mechanically as if those with Autism are a task… they are not…they are human… they want to sing…they want to dance… they want to live… but for some it's like they are in a prison without the bars…but I found if you interact organically and talk to them as u do anyone else…oh yeah, they comprehend, they want to feel normal…they can be very accute in learning… & you just have to practice patience, it ain't always easy though, no doubt Salute to Joe

  10. Maaaadddd respect to fat Joe for representing like a man. So many cats in the entertainment industry wont even go on record for having kids!! Good on you Crack!!

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