Fat

Music Video: Fat

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:54

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Fat By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Fat By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • 0~0

    5
    By 🔥FireStrike🔥
    HHHHHHHHHHH HE SUPAH FAT
  • Parody.

    5
    By Mostly-only-me
    FO all u stupid idiots out there, this song is merely a PARODY! parody- A sometimes funny remake of another song This was a parody of Michael Jacksons "Bad". YOU IDIOTS THIS IS A GREAT SONG AND YOU NINE YEAR OLDS ARE RUINING IT FO DA REST OF US!!! U DON'T LIKE IT, YOU CAN SHUT UP AND LEAVE US WEIRDOS ALONE!!!!
  • LISTEN UP YOU HATERS😱🔫

    5
    By NickGaming3
    YOU DO REALIZE ONE OF THE BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME IS GOING TO WASTE JUST BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO TASTE IN MUSIC AND YOU DONT KNOW AL ASKS PERMISSION OF THE ARTIST IN THE BEGINNING YOU SICK LITTLE NAKED BABY MONKEY JIGABUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • King Of Cellulite

    5
    By T-lycan
    Wow, I have to say, I'm insanely a fan of Weird Al. Personally, I think this is one of his best!
  • Asome

    5
    By Athritis
    I like It cuse it reminds my dad of hes child houd
  • Fat

    5
    By $ makes me HAPPY!
    Totally awesome! But when he turns fat, that's kind of gross. :)
  • Hilarious!

    5
    By Alex36428906
    I just saw the original version, and it makes this on funnier then it was before! And it's awesome that they used the same studio that they did for bad.
  • Fat

    5
    By Beastly song
    I love it
  • Fat!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Thegirlwow
    This is sooooo funny...I love it. Sad thing is some people are actually that fat.
  • Actually quite funny!

    5
    By Al Capone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    This is hilarious!every day on the way 2 school I watch this!(and Amish paradise):)

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