‘Fat Jew’ rents ‘hot fire’ $12K/month penthouse

New York Post 5 days ago

Internet personality and entrepreneur Josh Ostrovsky — known to his 11.1 million Instagram fans as The Fat Jew — has just moved into a triplex penthouse at 14 E. Fourth St., known as the Silk Building.

It was asking $12,000 a month.

“I’m definitely looking to buy, but for now the Silk Building is a hot fire place to rent,” Ostrovsky tells Gimme Shelter. “It’s one of the most legendary buildings in New York City, with so much history, and so many sick celebs have lived there. Britney Spears, Cher . . . Also, there are offices in the building, so I can go to my therapist downstairs in a onesie — with the buttflap — and no shoes on.“

Inside, however, he has 1,453 square feet of space, including a home office, a great room with a woodburning fireplace and a roof terrace.

Ostrovsky just married influencer Caitlin King in a remote Arizona ceremony. He appears to have some time on his hands, though, as Anheuser-Busch InBev has taken full control of Babe, a canned wine that Ostrovsky co-founded. And not just time to enjoy his new apartment.

“I can’t discuss figures,” he says. “But let’s just say I now plan on living like an Upper East Side mom by getting a bunch of quality plastic surgery done on my lips and butt.”

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