The Fat Jewish Net Worth

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The Fat Jewish Net Worth:
$80 Million

The Fat Jewish net worth: The Fat Jewish is an American Instagram celebrity, writer, actor, model, and entrepreneur who has a net worth of $80 million. The Fat Jewish was born as Josh Ostrovsky in New York, New York in February 1982. He was part of the rap trio Team Facelift which formed in 2004 and released their only album Mixed Emotions in 2006. Fat Jewish formed a Major Lazer tribute band Major Behavior in 2016. He started his Instagram account TheFatJewish in 2009 and went viral in 2013. He has more than 10 million followers and was named one of The 30 Most Influential People on the Internet by Time magazine in 2014. The Fat Jewish authored the book Money Pizza Respect in 2015. He has appeared in films including Ben Banks, Zoolander 2, Status Update, and The American Meme. He has also appeared in music videos for The Chainsmokers, Dillon Francis, DNCE, and Charli XCX.

Alcohol Empire And Sale to Annheuser-Busch: He is a co-founder of a company called Swish Beverages which launched a wine label called White Girl Ros̩, in 2015. He has since released a series of alcohol brands. In 2018, Annheuser-Busch InBev acquired a minority stake in the company. In June 2019, Annheuser-Busch InBev acquired the entire business for an undisclosed amount. At the time of the sale, an estimated 95% of Swish Beverage profits were generated by White Girl Ros̩. The brand sold for a reported $150 Р$200 million. Josh was the majority owner out of three co-founders. Between the two sales, Ostrovsky earned an estimated pre-tax $120 million.

The Fat Jewish Net Worth

Net Worth:$80 Million
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