Entertainment News

Shaquille O’Neal Gets Candid About Messing It Up With ‘Two Perfect Women’

Shaquille O’Neal Gets Candid About Messing It Up With ‘Two Perfect Women’

Shaquille O’Neal gets candid with the audience about his past relationships and takes responsibility for his role in their failures.

The father-of-six, who is unquestionably one of the world’s greatest players in the NBA, remains the athlete with one of the most passionate fan bases in sports and entertainment, and it seems his supporters l love him mainly for his larger than life personality. .

Although he was successful in his career and can boast of several accolades including the 1999-2000 MVP award, 1992-93 NBA Rookie of the Year award, 155 All-Star game selections, three MVP awards of the final and many others. — he still has regrets for actions taken in his personal life during his younger years.

Shaquille O’Neal is remorseful for his frivolity with some exes

Shaquille O'Neal

In a new interview with Monica Denise on her ‘Mo Talk Radio’ show, the former basketball star opened up about how he ruined some important relationships with two former lovers he described as “perfect”.

Looking comfortable in a camouflage hoodie, t-shirt and black beanie, he explained, “I had two perfect wives and I screwed it up. My first was my little mother, Arnetta [Yardbourgh]then i met shaunie [Nelson]. Shaunie was also a perfect woman, and I ruined everything.

He continued, “Yeah, you know, we were young and we were always doing d*mb stuff. But, you know, the good thing about our relationship is that they forgave me and we have a good relationship now. But when you ask me about the perfect wife, I had two perfect wives and I screwed it up. Just, by, you know, being d*mb.

The EDM producer further revealed how he prepared his sons to know their responsibilities as men. He said: “I tell my sons all the time, ‘A man has three jobs when it comes to a woman. Protect, provide and love. Some men can only offer two, for some reason, but I’ll teach you how to offer all three. and that’s what I’m trying to do.

Even though I don’t have a relationship with the women I let go, I will always be PPL: protect, provide and love. Everything they need, they get from me.

Mentioning again his ex-wife who he married in 2002 and spent seven years with, he said: ‘Shaunie is married, I’m happy for her. I hope this gentleman treats her the way she’s supposed to be treated, and I still love her. She is still my wife.

Reiterating his statement, he concluded, “I will always protect, provide and love her, married or not. No, that’s just how I was raised. You protect, you provide and you love your wife. Fans of the former basketball player rallied in the comments section to throw their support for the star.

One wrote: “He said married or not I got her 💯❤️.” Another clarified: “It’s not always your wife lol but respect to make sure she’s straight.” A third fan added, “‘Men’ don’t miss it 👈. Notice what’s going on here. He said he lost two good ones. Good women are hard to find. He has 400 million and he still not happy. So if you find a good one, cherish it. Ijs 🤷”

Another wrote: “If only most men could think like that!” “She has her children. She will always be in his life. Stop trying to make something out of nothing. I respect him 💯,” one fan expressed.

Addressing the reason his marriage ended with his former partner during an appearance on ‘The Pivot’ podcast in 2022, he revealed he was the cause of the split. The successful entrepreneur felt guilty and blamed himself for losing his ex-wife to the responsibilities he failed to fulfill as a husband.

He said: “I’m glad you asked because I don’t mind talking about it, but I was bad. She was awesome. She really was. It was all me.

Without revealing too much information, he continued, “We don’t need to talk about what I was doing, but I wasn’t protecting her and protecting those vows. Sometimes you live this double life and you get caught up in it. I’m not going to say it was her. It was all me.

O’Neal added that his misguided actions during his marriage to Shaunie created a lasting impression that no amount of regret could mend the hurt she suffered during their time together.

Shaunie gave love a second chance after walking down the aisle again

Shaquille O'Neal and his ex-wife Shaunie Nelson attend the 29th Annual Champions Dinner for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Fundraiser in Los Angeles on Thursday September 25, 2003

While the basketball star has remained single since her divorce, her ex-partner has begun to find love with the man of her dreams. By the explosion Shaunie said “I do” for the second time to her partner, Pastor Keion Henderson, on May 28, 2022, in a lavish ceremony that took place to celebrate their union.

Taking to her Instagram to share the news of her nuptials with her followers, she uploaded a photo of herself and her man, holding hands and making a cute couple.

In the blink of an eye, the lovebirds were captured walking down a path where trees and the sunset shone in the background. Sweetly captioning her post, she wrote: “The Henderson Way.”

Related posts

Star-studded film “Amsterdam” Threatened with Big Loss Earns Only US$6.5 Million in First Week at Box Office


Southwest Meltdown Draws Federal Scrutiny as Passengers Remain Stranded


Jonah Hill’s ex-girlfriend Sarah Brady accuses him of emotional abuse