Shaq Hilariously Attempts and Botches Beyonce’s Cuff It Challenge
- NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal attempted and failed Beyonce's Cuff It Challenge
- He attempted the dance alongside others and posted the clip to his Instagram
- In the video, the 50-year-old apologises to Beyonce for messing up her dance
NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal's attempt at the popular Tiktok dance trend, Beyonce's Cuff It Challenge, went wrong after he got botched most of the moves in a video he posted to Instagram.
Shaq's social demeanour has always been easy-going since he retired from the NBA, and he has a habit of leaving fans in stitches. His size saw many opponents on the court dread facing him.
In 2011, the four-time NBA champion retired after persistent injuries. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016, and constantly ranks among one of the best players of all time, per ESPN.
His devastating partnership with the late great Kobe Bryant, at the Los Angeles Lakers, saw them win the last three-peat in the NBA in 1999, 2000 and 2001. The two are one of the greatest duos to touch a basketball.
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Shaq fails dance attempt
Shaq's Instagram feed contains hilarious memes and reels which usually go viral on social media.
Recently, he had some of his 28 million followers in stitches with the trending dance attempt, per Sportsrush.
The NBA legend and TNT analyst attempted the trending Cuff it Challenge, displaying some of his 'dance floor moves'.
The towering figure was seen performing along with four other women. At first, things were going well, but he looked lost as the moves got more intricate.
Nevertheless, the 7-foot centre didn’t forget to seek forgiveness from R&B queen Beyonce.
Shaq vs Jordan: big threes
Sports Brief earlier reported on Shaq naming three players that could easily sweep a team consisting of Michael Jordan, Larry Bird and Hakeem Olajuwon.
The 50-year-old said LeBron James, himself and the late great Kobe Bryant could easily beat Jordan's big three.
James and Jordan would surely guard each other, Bryant and Bird would likely face off against one another, and O’Neal and Olajuwon would certainly go head-to-head down low.