Shaq Drops Diss Track Towards Shannon Sharpe

Shaquille O’Neal
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 19: NBA Superstar & Philanthropist, Entrepreneur Shaquille O’Neal speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 at Moscone Center on September 19, 2023 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Kimberly White/Getty Images for TechCrunch)

Shaquille O’Neal recently reignited his rap career with a surprising target: ESPN analyst Shannon Sharpe. The beef began with their clash over the NBA MVP race. O’Neal backed Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, suggesting he deserved the award more than Nikola Jokic, sparking Sharpe to accuse the NBA star of jealousy.

Shaq’s “The Big Man” Diss Track: A Shot at Shannon Sharpe

“Shaq should have five MVP’s,” Sharpe claimed, insinuating O’Neal’s envy towards Jokic’s three wins. He went on to criticize Shaq’s work ethic, implying that with more dedication, O’Neal could have achieved even greater heights in his career.

In retaliation, Shaq unleashed a fiery response on Instagram, but it was his diss track that really made waves. In the track, Shaq took direct aim at Sharpe’s character, rapping, “Oh, no Shannon Sharpe you’re way beneath me/ Your whole demeanor is faker than new rapper beef be/ You’re soft, before you get fly you’d rather tweet me.”

The track quickly went viral, with fans and media alike buzzing about Shaq’s unexpected move. Many fans took to social media to express their surprise and amusement. “Shaq just dropped a Shannon Sharpe diss track What has been happening recently,” one fan tweeted.

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In a recent Instagram post, Shaq further addressed the feud, asserting his dominance and dismissing Sharpe’s criticisms. He reminded Sharpe of his achievements, including four NBA championships, three Finals MVPs, and his inclusion in the NBA’s top 50 and top 75 players of all time.

The diss track and subsequent social media posts have added a new chapter to the ongoing saga between Shaq and Sharpe. Whether this feud will escalate further or eventually fizzle out remains to be seen, but for now, Shaq’s “The Big Man” diss track has certainly captured the attention of fans and media alike.