Shaquille O’Neal Calls Out Dwyane Wade on Diss Track

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Dwyane Wade was caught in the crossfire of former Miami Heat center Shaquille O’Neal and LaVar Ball’s beef on Friday.

O’Neal infamously dropped a track dissing Kobe Bryant after winning the 2006 championship in Miami, and he spent a lot of time in the recording booth throughout his career. On Friday, he dropped his latest diss track and he went after the outspoken father of Lonzo Ball.

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Towards the end of the clip, O’Neal raps, “Penny (Hardaway) love me, Kobe hate me, D-Wade ain’t tell me Pat Riley was gonna trade me.”

In case you forgot, Heat president Pat Riley traded O’Neal during the 2007-08 season to the Phoenix Suns after just 33 games. Evidently, O’Neal believes that former Heat superstar Wade knew about the trade before it was executed.

The current Chicago Bulls guard tweeted shrugging emojis in response on Twitter.

Wade and O’Neal are friends off the court so it is unlikely there is any real angst between them, especially almost a decade later.
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Atreya is currently attending Purdue University and loves to watch and follow the NBA. He grew up in Alabama so he loves his Auburn Tigers just as much as he does the Miami Heat. He’s been a huge fan of the team since that magical 2006 title run and still believes Dwyane Wade can drop 50 on any given night. He’s extremely excited to be writing about the team he loves and keeping Heat Nation up to date on all things Heat. You can follow him on Twitter @atreya_verma.