Shaquille O’Neal silences Kanye West by boasting $400 million net worth, as rapper tries to drag NBA legend into “anti-semite” controversy


Shaquille O’Neal silences Kanye West by boasting $400 million net worth, as rapper tries to drag NBA legend into “anti-semite” controversy

Shaquille O'Neal and Kanye West

Think twice before coming at the NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. Controversial rapper Kanye West decided to drag the Lakers legend into the “anti-semite” controversy but paid the price as Shaq turns the table around with a savage reply.

Kanye West has not done well to himself or Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving by mentioning his name in the anti-semite scandal. Kyrie Irving was recently put in hot waters as he promoted an anti-semite documentary that has caused in the NBA world. Shaquille O’Neal referred to Irving as an “idiot” for his stand and Kanye decided to drag O’Neal into his recent tweet spree.

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Posting a screenshot of an article reporting O’Neal’s views on Kyrie Irving, West wrote, “They make us bully ourselves because of our business alignments.” To double down on his attack on the NBA legend, West decided to comment on O’Neal’s business with the CEO of Authentic Brands Group, Jamie Salter. O’Neal who is very conscious about his public perception decided to clap back at Mr. West.

“Believe me you don’t know me like that. Worry about your business, and to quote the once great Kanye west “I got more money than you, so why would i listen to you” take my advice get your family business in order. Have a great day brother,” wrote O’Neal typing out the perfect reply to Kanye’s tweets.

Related: “I am disappointed” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver discontented as Kyrie Irving fails to deliver ‘unqualified apology’ over antisemitism controversy

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Shaquille O’Neal talks about being responsible with social media

Shaquille O'Neal
Shaquille O’Neal

The Kyrie Irving controversy following his post, promoting an anti-semite documentary has rattled the entire NBA. Several legends have taken their stance on this and Shaq believes it is time for popular stars like Iriving to understand the power social media holds. On the show, Inside the NBA, O’Neal spoke about how he uses his social media.

“I was one of the first guys on Twitter and when I realized the power it had, I knew I had to be very responsible,” said O’Neal. The Lakers legend then gave an insight into how he segregates his posts on social media platforms. “My formula has always been the same. 60 percent to make you laugh, 30 percent to inspire you, and 10 percent to sell whatever I’m selling,” said O’Neal.

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The NBA legend has over 25 million followers on his Instagram account and is very active on his platform. O’Neal is very popular for posting funny videos, cracking jokes about himself, and also collaborating with stars around the world. What are your thoughts on Shaq’s mantra for Social media?

Also read: “Adam Silver is Jewish” Charles Barkley questions NBA Commissioner for not suspending Kyrie Irving as he promotes antisemitism and insults his religion

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