Shaq is a Thief
You think after becoming certified as a cop in Miami, Shaq would know a little about law enforcement and how it’s wrong to steal someone else’s work and claim it as your own, especially if that someone else was once your teammate Steve Nash.
According to multiple reports, Shaquille O’Neal stole the TV show “Shaq Vs.” from long time teammate in Phoenix Steve Nash. Shortly after O’Neal had arrived in Phoenix, Nash mentioned a similar show where he would compete against different athletes in different sports. Shaq stole the idea and ran with it. On Shaq’s Twitter, someone asked Shaq whether he stole the show from Nash and Shaq actually had the nerve to say he didn’t.
What a lying bastard. If he really didn’t steal the show from Nash, why did Nash’s name come up as the executive producer in the credits? Probably because Nash sued Shaq’s ass. Maybe there is a reason why Shaq was moved to Cleveland afterall.
Here is what the Arizona Republic had said,
“We collaborated on parts of the show,” he said. “I support him 100 percent. I thought the first episode was a fantastic episode, and I can’t wait for the next one.”
That’s something you would expect Nash to say. He often has played the role of locker-room peacemaker. He is known as a teammate who diffuses tough situations before they escalate.
In reality, a source close to Nash said, “Steve was pissed. He couldn’t believe Shaq’s lack of integrity.”