What started as cooperative tantalizing between Shaquille O’Neal and LaVar Ball took a forked turn. On Friday, Shaq forsaken a diss lane directed during Ball’s Big Baller Brand that amassed over 1.5 million views.
Rapping over Jay Z’s “Blueprint (Momma Loves Me)” sample, O’Neal flaunted that he averaged 2.2 points per diversion entrance off a dais during his time during Washington State. He told Ball he’d need some “Icyhot” if they ever played together.
Ball responded – icily – to O’Neal’s video. “Hey man, are people still doing diss tracks? Ball asked Overtime. “Ain’t he like 50? Who’s going to listen to that bullshit? To sojourn relevant, he’s got to put my name to whatever he is doing. Everybody is forgetful about Shaq … His career been over for a prolonged time. so now it’s time to burst on a Big Baller’s coattails.”
The argument between O’Neal and Ball began a few weeks ago when Ball pronounced he and his youngest son, LaMelo Ball, would “kill” O’Neal and his son, Shareef O’Neal, in a suppositious diversion of 2-on-2. O’Neal responded with a witty video on Instagram observant he would “superglue this wig to my conduct forever” if Ball ever beats him (as he lip-synced to Carrie Underwood’s “Blown Away.”)