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A hundred times more mass than Jupiter would still be about 10 times less than the sun so I doubt it would get hot enough to start fusion- especially with the oxygen getting in the way.But with enough water I think you would get a rather odd star.
Most of the nuclei in water are hydrogen and that makes stars perfectly well.
How would the oxygens stop it?
In principle, you could have a star that "burned" just oxygen. The fusion to higher mas nuclei would be energetically favoured.