Lakers Video: Shaquille O’Neal Makes Hilarious LaVar Ball Diss Track
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The hilarious antics of Los Angeles Lakers legend Shaquille O’Neal rarely go unnoticed, as the larger-than-life personality exudes such a charisma and happiness. Never afraid to say anything, the TNT analyst can quite often be outspoken and ruthless with his hilarious anecdotes.

For example, O’Neal has let his feelings be known regarding LaVar Ball and the Big Baller Brand. Although O’Neal respects to play and character of Lonzo Ball, he has taken shots at LaVar ball a few times. He mocked their shoes in favor of his rather inexpensive line of shoes, while also calling out the father and son combination to play against himself and his son, Shareef.

The three-time champion with the Lakers was once again up to his hilarious antics, this time using his platform as a musical artist and platinum selling rapper. He rendered up a diss track aimed at LaVar, using clever lyrics involving his sponsorships and about his dominant history,

The hilarious video, via TMZ, came at a coincidental time. LaVar has been recently ejected as a coach during AAU tournaments, after getting into shouting matches in front of jam-packed crowds.

Although he goes through a series of disses where he asserts his milestones, O’Neal also ends the song on a better note. He praises LaVar for the image he represents regarding raising a family, while complimenting the younger son LaMelo on his game.

O’Neal, widely regarded as the most dominant player ever, put fear into the heart of his opponents over his 18-year career. While he often displayed a lighter side with his comedic routines, opponents understood the monster that awaited them once he stood on the court.

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