Oh Shaquille O'Neal, this is pretty cringeworthy… But also totally effing HIGHlarious!
While on Inside the NBA Nicki Minaj, Kenny Smith, Shaq, Grant Hill all took part in a rap battle of sorts and badassery and LOLz ensued.
The Pink Print rapper obviously killed it when it got to her, but it's what happened when the basketball legend got on the mic that has us rolling in laughter.
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When he got the mic, Shaq compared himself to Notorious B.I.G. and then went on to propose to Nicki!
Which she PROMPTLY said NO to and "messed up his flow" LOL!
Watch the AH-MAZING and cringey moment (below)!!!
Mark Wahlberg has portrayed a cop in several of his blockbuster hits. But has his research influenced him to become one in real life?!
In a situation where art imitates life, the Boston actor apparently wants to pardon his 1988 assault conviction — where he physically attacked two men and allegedly voiced racial slurs at them — in order to become a reserve officer.
The only problem is that becoming a reservist would require him to possibly use a firearm and convicted felons are, reasonably so, not allowed to handle dangerous weapons.
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In his application to the Massachusetts Parole Board, the 43-year-old has admitted wrongdoing:
Have you heard of Tomodachi Life?
It's a Sim Life-esque Nintendo game with an inexplicable Shaquille O'Neal fetish, and it might be sending out a super shi** message to society!
See, players of the game are encouraged to create characters who engage in all sorts of real life endeavors, including intra-personal relationships and even marriage.
Unfortunately, marriage in Tomodachi Life, as it is in 33 states in this union, can only occur between a man and a woman.
Fans of the game have amazing hearts, though. They recently started a "#Miiequality” campaign and petitioned developers to create an update which would allow for same-sex unions, but the game makers sadly aren't having it. They're rejecting the notion on the bogus grounds that