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Awful! Shaq Made Fun Of A Man With A Rare Disorder Then Deleted The Pic! He STILL Hasn’t Apologized!

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What’s up with this, Shaq?!

The NBA champ recently posted a selfie on Instagram split with a Detroit man who suffers from a rare disease called ectodermal dysplasia.

As a result, 23-year-old Jahmel Binion started a “Hug Don’t Judge” campaign against bullying!

Talk about turning lemons into lemonade!

Shaq has since deleted the pic, but has yet to apologize to the young man.

Ch-ch-check out the whole story (above) to see the offensive pic — and revel in Jahmel's courage to stand up and do something!

Time to say you're sorry, Shaq! This was awful of you!

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11 comments to “Awful! Shaq Made Fun Of A Man With A Rare Disorder Then Deleted The Pic! He STILL Hasn’t Apologized!”

  1. Amy says – reply to this


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    Jahmel we can all see what a beautiful soul you have! You are strong to stick up to these people, famous or not, they are wrong! Thank you for speaking out and keep that positive smile!! :)

  2. Sinners at its best! says – reply to this


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    Who is really surprised by this?
    I mean: who still believes in 2014, that a celebrity would not make this kind of free wickedness? People should start to accept the facts and at the same time, accept reality as it is!
    Celebrities are imperfect and often cruel humans in the intimacy.

  3. me says – reply to this


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    So Shaq jumps on Sterling, but not himself….???

  4. Jamesr says – reply to this


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    That's WAY worse than what Sterling has done. Way worse. Funny how there's no repurcusions

  5. meanpeoplesuck312 says – reply to this


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    This breaks my heart. Shaq Thinks it is awful what sterling said ( which It was) but what he did is ok. IT is still hate and intolerance. And the people who are suppose to be role models should apologize to him.

  6. Tucko says – reply to this


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    its Free country Let these Chimps praise Each other .

  7. Black skinhead says – reply to this


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    Chimp Talk is Aight with me ,I Aint Mad at ya .

  8. cantobantorantosantoda says – reply to this


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    I cant wait to hear what Obama has to say about this incident.

  9. the truth has spoken says – reply to this


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    Thank you for reporting on this. I could care less about the NBA - this boy needs our attention, while Shaq, Sterling and the rest of them will continue to cash that check.

  10. paul says – reply to this


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    hey guys check it out. lets all help raise money and awareness for this disease!

  11. Ross says – reply to this


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    Like Jahmel, I've a similar problem except it's a non-visual disorder that constantly gets mocked everywhere I go. It's called TMAU, which is a smell disorder that repulses people. Like him, I haven't been able to hold a job consistently. For instance, in one of my last positions as a teacher, despite getting decent student evaluations, my contract wasn't renewed while all other teachers, including with less time/experience were.

    My personality has been affected because I know I discomfort others, so I avoid social functions more so and usually dislike building relationships because of constant rejection. Fortunately, an occasional exceptional person doesn't let it bother him/her, and will bring a smile to my face.

    But it's obvious to me that there are a tonne of people out there like Shaq. While most these days won't laugh at someone who's got a commonly acknowledged disability, there are still a lot of other people out there who will for the people like Jahmel or myself..