Shaquille O’Neal reveals Jive Records offered him $10 million for three rap albums in the 1990s

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During Shaquille O’Neal’s ascent to professional basketball legend status, he was also a rapper with a multimillion-dollar record deal. In the 1990s, the four-time NBA championship ring holder lived out one of his wildest dreams by moonlighting on the microphone and releasing for albums — most notably the platinum-selling 1993 debut “Shaq Diesel.” O’Neal has revealed that his hip-hop foray came as a result from his first appearance on Arsenio Hall’s late night talk show and led to a lucrative offer to sign a deal with the same music company that featured R. Kelly, A Tribe Called Qwest, Aaliyah…

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