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Shaquille O'Neal Debuts His Real Hairline After Losing a Bet & It Goes Viral!

Shaquille O’Neal lost a bet to Dwyane Wade and Dwyane made Shaq show his real hairline on TV.

It all started when they bet on who would win a basketball game between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Miami Heat. The Heat, Dwyane‘s former team, won the game.

“I said, ‘Well, what do you want me to do? Pay you?’” Shaq said on TV. “He said, ‘No, you gotta let your hairline grow. We want to see your hairline looking like Kenny Smith.’”

“I just lined it up for y’all, so y’all can see where my hairline starts,” Shaq added. “And I look good. And I’m proud to do it and I’m keeping it like this all week.”

“All right, D-Wade. You win,” Shaq said, showing off his hairline.

All These Stars Showed Their Support at Kobe & Gianna Bryant's Celebration of Life

The stars are stepping out to remember Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna.

Tons of celebrities and athletes filled the Staples Center to attended Kobe and Gianna‘s Celebration of Life on Monday (February 24) in Los Angeles.

Stars in attendance included Alicia Keys, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, and Snoop Dogg.

Athletes in attendance included Shaquille O’Neal, Lamar Odom, Michael Phelps and wife Nicole, Scottie Pippen, Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, James Harden, and Anthony Davis.

Kobe‘s longtime friend and current General Manager for the Lakers Rob Pelinka as well as former Lakers’ coach Phil Jackson also attended.

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20+ pictures inside of the stars at the memorial…More Here! »

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Jay-Z, Emily Ratajkowski, & Post Malone Hit Up Fanatics Pre-Super Bowl Party!

Jay-Z chats with a friend while attending Michael Rubin’s Fanatics Super Bowl Party on Saturday afternoon (February 1) at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla.

The 50-year-old rapper kept things cool and casual in a black snapback hat and black hoodie for the party.

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Other stars at the party included Emily Ratajkowski, Post Malone, Kevin Hart, former Yankee player Johnny Damon, Shaquille O’Neal, Nick Lachey, former basketball player Dennis Rodman, Dwyane Wade, Yankee player Aaron Judge, Dr. Oz, model Jasmine Sanders, The Chainsmokers, G-Eazy, Shark Tank‘s Mark Cuban, Swizz Beatz, Robin Thicke and fiancee April Love Geary, Alyssa Milano, Meek Mill, and Odell Beckham Jr.

The night before, Post Malone performed at another pre-Super Bowl party hosted by Kevin.

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Shaquille O'Neal's Super Bowl Event Proceeds Will Be Donated To Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Foundation

Shaquille O’Neal has announced that his Super Bowl event this weekend will benefit the Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Foundation.

After remembering Kobe in a touching speech earlier this week, the basketball player opened up about hosting the sports event in Kobe‘s honor

“Been going back and forth the past couple of days on if I should even have my event in Miami this weekend. Part of me wanted to stay to myself as I reflect what my brother and his family mean to me and my family,” Shaq wrote on Twitter.

He continued, “Kobe would want us to push through and celebrate life. So lets do just that. I’ll be dedicating and donating all my proceeds from Friday nights Fun House to all the families who lost loved ones and to the Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Foundation.”

“Together we will celebrate all those who lost their lives in Sundays tragedy. Rip to my brother, my friend and my homie. The Black Mama. Until we meet again.”

READ MORE: Vanessa Bryant Breaks Silence After Death of Husband Kobe Bryant & Daughter Gianna

Shaquille O’Neal Remembers Kobe Bryant Through Tears (Video)

Shaquille O’Neal is opening up about the loss of his “little brother,” Kobe Bryant.

The basketball player spoke out on NBA on TNT on Wednesday night (January 28).

“I haven’t felt a pain that sharp in a while…it definitely changes me,” he said while explaining how he found out the sad news of Kobe‘s death.

“I didn’t want to believe it…I said to myself, ‘I hope somebody, made this up and it’s not true. I didn’t want to believe it…and then I get all these calls and you finally feel the concern and just, my spirit just left my body.”

“I just wish I could be able to say one thing to say to the people that we lost because once you’re gone, you’re gone forever and, you know, we should never take stuff like that for granted,” he went on to explain.

Watch Shaq emotionally speak out below…

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Shaquille O'Neal, Dwyane Wade, & More Honor Kobe Bryant in NBA Special Tribute (Video)

Shaquille O’Neal, Dwyane Wade, Charles Barkley, and more are mourning Kobe Bryant.

The basketball stars got together for a tearful, hour-long NBA pre-game special tribute at the Staples Center Tuesday (January 28).

Shaq revealed that when he first learned of the tragic news, “I didn’t want to believe it.”

“I haven’t felt a pain that sharp in a while,” he said. “I’m 47 years old. Lost two grandmothers, a [father], I lost a sister, and now I lost a little brother.”

He also shared that Kobe Bryant‘s kids called him Uncle Shaq, and Shaq‘s children called him Uncle Kobe.

“We’re not gonna be able to joke at his Hall of Fame ceremony,” Shaquille continued. “I wish I could just say something to him again.”

“It definitely changes me,” Shaquille O’Neal added. “I work more than the average guy, but I just have to take time… and do a better job of reaching out and calling people. Because you never know.”

Watch more of the tributes below.

READ MORE: Shaquille O’Neal’s Son Shareef Reveals Kobe Bryant DM’d Him the Morning of His Death


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Shaquille O'Neal's Son Shareef Reveals Kobe Bryant DM'd Him the Morning of His Death

UCLA basketball player Shareef O’Neal, the son of Shaquille O’Neal, revealed that Kobe Bryant messaged him on Sunday morning (January 26) just hours before his death.

If you don’t know, Kobe and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna died on Sunday (January 26) after his helicopter crashed.

“Literally this morning you reached out to me ….😔 I love you forever unc ❤️ I love you,” Shareef posted on Twitter, sharing the screen grab of the DM he and Kobe exchanged the morning of his death.

See what Shaquille said about Kobe Bryant‘s tragic death if you missed it.

Our continued thoughts are with all of those effected by this tragedy.