Shaq O'Neal Video: Shaq Puppet Lip Syncs Kanye West's "Can't Tell Me Nothin"

Kyle Vassalo@VassaloBRFeatured ColumnistDecember 9, 2011

When you combine the funniest player in NBA history, a puppet, a Kanye West track and a camera—magic ensues.

Retirement gives Shaquille O'Neal the time and freedom to do whatever he wants. The Big Aristotle has blessed us with a video of him lip-syncing Kanye's "Can't Tell Me Nothin."

It has absolutely no purpose other than to entertain and that's what makes it so epic.

Shaq is all about promoting his own brand and entertaining the masses. This is another classic example as to why Shaq is, and will continue to be one of the best sports personalities ever.

This video shows that he's not done being funny just because he's done dazzling us on the hardwood.

Shaq is a showman and the undoubtedly bored future Hall of Famer took some time out of his day to have a little fun with his strong following.

Anybody who follows the daily life of Shaq knows the big man never has a dull moment. This seemingly uneventful time during his day turned into a ventriloquism masterpiece. 

Shaq is one of the most dominant players in NBA history and while his career is nothing more than a memory, it's good to see that he's challenging Derrick Rose for best puppet show by a former league MVP.

It's good to see Shaq is enjoying retired life and it's going to be great to see him on camera more often in the upcoming years.

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