DJ Shaquille O’Neal & Sons Throws Epic Quarantine Kitchen Party [VIDEO]
NBA Hall of Famer, Shaquille O’Neal, 48, is taking on a new position behind the DJ booth while practicing social distancing in the safety of his home. The TNT NBA analyst was joined by his two of his sons, Shareef, 20, Shaqir, 16, and his stepson Myles O’Neal, 23, and nephew Gregory Jordan.
In the video, the seven footer toggles with the controls on the deck to a remix of the song “Down” by Marian Hill.
As the entire nation battles the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, Shaq sends a message to his 16 millions followers:
“Don’t be down. Be safe love y’all. O’neal boys kitchen concert”
Shaq also shared a second clip on Friday (March 27th), of their dance routine putting several of his notable NBA hooter buddies to the task including LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Steph Curry.
In addition, the former NBA big man posted a public service announcement about Coronavirus testing in the Los Angeles area.
Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discussed details about the deadly virus. According to reports, Redfield said the CDC has learned the virus is “about three times as infectious” as the flu and as many as 25 percent of people who contract the virus show no symptoms.
As of Tuesday (March 31st) the state of California has confirmed more than 7,000 Coronavirus cases. With the fourth highest amount of cases in the United States, California has also reported nearly 150 deaths as 60 reportedly recover from the virus.
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