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Shaquille O’Neal releases diss track against LaVar Ball (Video)


Shaquille O’Neal and LaVar Ball have had a feud over the last four months, and it escalated to the point where diss tracks are being dropped.

LaVar Ball has made a ton of enemies since his son Lonzo started garnering attention back in March during his time at UCLA during March Madness, and one of the most notable ones was Shaquille O’Neal.

O’Neal and Ball have been going back and forth for a few months now, and the two have even challenged each other to games of one-on-one that we’ve all been waiting on forever. Now, the feud has reached even bigger heights, and it may not be possible to get much higher.

On Friday, in a video through TMZ, O’Neal released a diss track toward Ball, and it actually wasn’t horrible. If you have a free three minutes to listen to the Big Diesel go in on the Big Baller Brand, it’s well worth your time.

There are a lot of great lines throughout the duration of the song, but O’Neal dissing Ball’s playing time and how the former NBA legend did the Big Baller Brand before Ball could took the cake.

“I been doing this a long time, when you was averaging 2 points, riding the pine,” Shaq rapped. “See my T-shirts, see my feet work. Big Baller Brand? That was me first.”

O’Neal even busted out some rhymes about the one-on-one challenges Ball has been throwing down, and threw in a shoutout to the Staples Center where O’Neal became a legend on the court.

“First you can beat Mike, then you can beat me? You better wake that ass up, you’re having a dream,” the 7-footer said in the rap. “And when you wake up, apologize and bow down to my Staples Center statue hanging out the side.”

Hopefully we get a response diss track from Ball towards O’Neal soon, or else this all would be for naught.



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