Shaquille O’Neal Says He Doesn’t Feel Sorry For Kanye West: “That’s What Happens When You Put All Your Business On Social Media”

Earlier this week, Shaquille O’Neal was asked about co-parenting and his thoughts on Kim and Kanye’s very public divorce.

While speaking on ‘The Big Podcast With Shaq,’ he made it clear that he would never put his business on social media, nor would he “embarrass” his exes.

Shaq stated, “It’s not about having issues. It’s just, I run my life on the PPL principles. You protect, you provide, and you love.”

He continued, “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.” Shaq went on to explain, “If they felt a certain way and they wanted to do that, I understand they could do that but I wouldn’t do that.”

When his co-hosts mentioned the “narrative” used to describe Kanye, he added, “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,” he expressed. “So I don’t want to hear ‘It’s a narrative.’ That’s the narrative that you’re putting out.

Commenters responded and said, “True. A lot of celebrities should be like that.” Another person stated, “Nahhh, most of the time he’s defending the initial narrative that was put out by media saying he’s crazy.”

Roomies, what do y’all think?


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