Shaquille O’Neal and her 21-year-old son took to a hilarious online tiff about Rihanna, with Shareef saying he had “taken on the sexy singer already.”
Shaquille O’neal showed his 21 year old son Shareef that he always has play when it comes to the ladies – in particular, Rihanna. It all started when Shareef shared a photo wearing a purple Savage X Fenty dress as part of her collaboration with RiRi’s incredibly popular lingerie line. looking down on the screen.
Shaq, who has been an NBA legend since his three-game winning streak with the Los Angeles Lakers, was quick to remind his son who is “sexier” in the family. “She doesn’t want you, she wants me, I’m sexier”, the Kazaam the actor hilariously responded in the comments. Notably, Shareef – which Shaq shares with the ex Shaunie o’neal – also builds his basketball career: the 21-year-old is currently a member of the Louisiana State University team, which is also the college his father attended (and was drafted in 1992, joining the Orlando Magic).
Shareef wasn’t about to let his father cancel his game with the 33-year-old Barbadian singer, informing his father that he had “already bagged” the founder of Fenty Beauty. “I already put it in a bag, it’s too late man,” he joked back.
In real life, Rihanna is very taken by her longtime boyfriend A $ AP Rocky, 33. The couple were romantically linked in 2013 after starring in the “Fashion Killa” video, but became friends again until they tapped in at the end of 2019. During the initial COVID shutdown -19, the couple took a road trip together which cemented the romance – and the couple have been inseparable ever since!
Although Rihanna is far removed from the market, Shareef’s 2.6 million subscribers certainly had a chuckle back and forth. “Rocky has done it before,” one wrote, referring to the “Sandman” rapper. “Please not the family affair,” pleaded another, dropping the name of Mary J. Bligeiconic song from 2002. Her mother Shaunie, who recently got engaged, also stepped in with heart-eye emojis!
Reference from hollywoodlife