Shaquille O’Neal says he can’t speak on Ime Udoka’s cheating scandal because he’s also a serial cheater
Final week, news smashed that Ime Udoka, head coach of the boston celtics and Nia Long’s longtime fiancé, had an improper relationship with a coworker. As a result, he was canceled for the full upcoming 2022-2023 season.
As usual, several people have weighed in on the matter, and the latest to share his thoughts is NBA hall of famer Shaquille O’Neal. Instead of cr’iticizing the trainer, O’Neal is taking the posture that he has no room to judge because he’s been in his shoes before.
I am going to walk down from this discussion. I was a serial cheater he said while communicating the matter on The big podcast With Shaq. It would be crazy and blasphemous for me to get up here and say, ‘Boom, boom, bam.’ I can’t do that.
I understand these guys privately. I understand they’re going through a lot because I went through a lot.
Around in April, the NBA legend acknowledged that he was the cause of his wedding breaking down. O’Neal was wedded to Shaunie Henderson.
between 2002 and 2011 and shares four kids with her her eldest son is from a last relationship. He proceeded to clarify why it would be bad for him to weigh in on the problem arriving from a spot of co’ndemnation. “I almost hope that specific parties weren’t involved.
I’ve understood Nia Long for a long time and I like he said. “They’re going through a lot of household stuff. I’m never the guy that’s gonna get up here because of my strategy and f’ake it. I did it. I was the decent at it and not impressive of it at all. I missed my family doing it. I missed important, important years of my kids from doing it. I’m not that guy. I’m real with the problem.