Fat Joe Honors Son Joey, 33, on World Autism Awareness Day: 'This One's For You'

The rapper is also dad to daughter Azariah, 17, and son Ryan, 27

<p>Fat Joe/instagram</p> Fat Joe celebrates World Autism Awareness Day

Fat Joe/instagram

Fat Joe celebrates World Autism Awareness Day

Fat Joe is celebrating what makes his son unique.

On Tuesday, the rapper, 53, shared a photo with his 33-year-old son Joey on his Instagram as he honored his oldest on World Autism Awareness Day. In the father-son throwback photo, Fat Joe rests his chin on his son's head, looking off in the distance.

"WORLD AUTISM AWARENESS DAY Joey this one’s for you 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙," he wrote in his caption.

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Related: Fat Joe Celebrates Son Joey's 33rd Birthday: 'I Will Always Be By Your Side'

Fat Joe shares his three kids, sons Joey and Ryan, 27, and daughter Azariah, 17, with wife Lorena.

In December, the proud dad posted a picture on Instagram as he spent quality time with Joey on his 33rd birthday.

Both held oversized tennis balls in the set of photos, while Joey also had a standard-size tennis ball tethered to his.

"God bless my Firstborn, lil Joey. I love you with all my heart ❤️ Happy Birthday, Joey! You are the Biggest blessing in the world. more life, more greatness. I will always be by your side."

Last year, Fat Joe appeared on The View to promote his memoir The Book of Jose. Host Ana Navarro — who shared a hug with the rapper as he walked out and noted that the two have known each other for a while — celebrated that Fat Joe has the "most beautiful family."

The rapper then shared a story about son Joey, which he talked about including in his memoir.

"My whole book is a book of transparency," he shared. "It's about failures, it's about triumphs. It's about going through dark times and knowing you can smile at the end."

Explaining that he's "so proud" of Joey, he celebrated him as the "Don of the family."

"He inspires me. He's such a blessing in our life, he's almost like an angel," said the rapper. "It's the gift that keeps giving, little Joey, and I'm so proud of him."

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