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Shaquille O’Neal Discusses Why You’ll Never Hear or See Personal Issues on Social Media

Shaquille O’Neal Discusses Why You’ll Never Hear or See Personal Issues on Social Media

When it comes to some celebrity couples, after they break up, there are chances that dirty laundry would be aired and gripes can become fodder for gossip columnists and blogs. Not all celebrities sign up for that plan and NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal counts himself as one of those people who keeps a tight lip when it comes to family matters.

In a recent episode of O’Neal’s The Big Podcast with Shaq (The Big Wig episode), the TNT sportscaster mentions that he will never air his dirty laundry in regards to the mothers of his children, ex-wife reality TV personality, and executive Shaunie O’Neal, and ex-girlfriend, Arnetta Yardbourgh.

With the recent ‘troubles’ that have been brewing with Kanye West in the midst of his pending divorce from Kim Kardashian, especially after the recent release of a single that Ye appears on, he has placed some of their business out in the song titled Eazy. Shaq was asked how he would handle a similar situation as he co-parents with both exes and if he’d take a similar route that Ye and others have taken by disclosing matters that should remain private.

He responded by saying, “It’s not about having issues. It’s just, I run my life on the PPL principles. You protect, you provide, and you love. Even if we’re fighting I’m not going to embarrass her amongst the world. Even if we’re in an argument, no. Hell no.”

And as it pertains to Ye’s issues and how he goes to his social media account to let the world know, Shaq says:

“That’s what happens when you put all your business on social media. So I don’t want to hear it now. Don’t try and clean it up now because you started it. When you give your information to a million people, you gon’ have a million different meta babies come out on what they thought. So I don’t want to hear ‘It’s a narrative.’ That’s the narrative that you’re putting out.

“If you got problems, keep your problems where they’re at. I don’t want to hear that and I don’t feel sorry for all these people getting on social media.”

Shaquille O’Neal Discusses Why You’ll Never Hear or See Personal Issues on Social Media

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