Hall of Famer and Los Angeles Lakers legend Shaquille O’Neal talks about Ime Udoka on “The Big Podcast with Shaq.” According to multiple reports, the Boston Celtics head coach cheated on his longtime fiancee, Nia Long.
After Udoka was suspended for the 2022-23 season for allegedly having an affair with a woman in the club. Shaq was asked about Udoka’s situation on the podcast.
However, the four-time NBA champion refused to talk to others about cheating. “I’m going to end this conversation,” O’Neill said on the show.
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“I was a serial cheater,” says Shaquille O’Neal. “To stand here and say ‘boom, boom, bam’ is crazy and insulting to me. I cannot do this; And I know these people personally.
I know you are going through a lot because I have been through a lot.
O’Neill married Shaun Nelson on December 26, 2002. The couple has four children: Sharif, Amirah, Shakir and Mearah.
Shaquille O’Neal Comments On Ime Udoka Cheating On Fiancee Nia Long
Additionally, the Lakers legend has another daughter, Tahirah, from his relationship with ex-girlfriend Arnetta Yardborg.
However, Shaun divorced Shaquille O’Neal after seven years on November 10, 2009.
Shaq continued, “I’m not the one who’s going to stand up here and fake it because of my platform. “I did it. I was very good. I’m not proud of it. I lost my family when they did it and I lost precious and valuable years with my children.
“So, I don’t want to stand up here and be like, ‘You shouldn’t have done this, you shouldn’t have done that.’ I am not that person. I am honest with the situation.
Of course, Shaq was willing to teach cheating men. Based on his own personal experiences, he says that there is more to life than fame and money.
“One of the happiest days of my life was when I came home and heard six different people say ‘Daddy’. The happiest days of my life,” he explained.
“Forget the money, forget the cars, even forget the championships. When I lost those days I was down. It killed me when I lost that stupidity.
Shaquille O’Neal hopes viewers and fans learn from his mistakes. Not to mention, Ime Udoka is in a similar predicament. Since this is the high point of the social media era, Udoka will receive more heat for his actions.