Shaquille O’Neal Reveals His Religious Beliefs and Pilgrimage Plans in Discovery Video

Shaquille O’Neal has gone public with every one of his opinions and views. He is someone who keeps his heart on his sleeve. Shaq likes to show his true personality at all times and is never shy about having his say on social media.

Throughout his career, Shaq has always answered questions with the utmost honesty. Plus, Shaq is pure entertainment. He is always witty and his sense of humor is impeccable. Also after his retirement, he was a daily source of entertainment on Inside the NBA on TNT.

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The way Shaq treats interviews, fans, and reporters is hilarious and respectful. The Lakers legend always has a certain way of answering and answering questions.

Once again, a resurfaced video shows Shaq’s composure, poise and style while answering all the questions in a candid interview.

Shaquille O’Neal reveals his wish to visit Hajj

The interview started with Salaam-walekum and the interviewer had a certain tone that just showed it was going to be entertaining. He asked Shaq to say that he was among the three most famous people, so in his opinion, who the other two were. Shaq replied that it was Barack Obama and Tiger Woods.

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At the end of the interview, the interviewer asked about Shaq’s wish to visit Hajj and Shaq agreed that he wanted to go there one day when he was planning to go to Turkey.

The interviewer also hilariously pointed out that he wanted Shaq to win more titles than Kobe. He said he wanted it personally and for him Shaq would have to play more years for that to happen. At which Shaq laughed a little and said no. He flatly refused to play more than expected even if he can’t win more titles.

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WATCH THIS STORY: Shaq’s hilarious NBA All Star moment.

Shaq’s candor is still something everyone loves. It is in his personality that he is so naturally funny, witty and hysterical. The video was from the Boston Celtics days and even now, after more than 10 years of retirement, Shaq has brought his talents as an absolute artist to his role as an NBA analyst.

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