There have been many people weighing in regarding the recent incidents with Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine and Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka in regards to their relationships with loved ones. However, a person who says that he will not comment on his situation is not one of them. Shaq.
During a recent episode of “the great podcast”, Nischelle Turner asked Shaq for his thoughts on both situations, and he instantly let it be known that he would not share his opinion.
“I am going to withdraw from this conversation, let me tell you why. I was a serial cheater. It would be crazy and blasphemous for me to come up here and say boom, boom, bam. I can’t do that, I know these guys personally, I know they’re going through a lot because I’ve been through a lot. I just wish certain parties weren’t involved. I have known Nia Long for a long time, I like her. I have known Adam for a long time and they are going through a lot of family stuff. But I will never be the guy who will come up here because of my platform and fake it.”
He continued: “I’m not proud of it, I lost my family doing it. I lost valuable important years with my children doing it. So I refuse to come up here and say ‘you shouldn’t have done this, you shouldn’t have done that’. I’m not that guy.
See Shaq’s statement in the 26:22 Frames:
This isn’t the first time Shaq has been open about his cheating in the past.
What previously reported, in April, while appearing on “The Pivot” podcast, Shaq also opened up about his past infidelities, saying he was to blame for his divorce from his ex Shaunie.
At the time, he said, “I wasn’t protecting her or protecting those votes. Sometimes when you live that double life, you get caught. So I’m not going to say it was her. Everything was me.
His ex-wife has since remarried. She married Pastor Keion Henderson in May.
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