Shaquille O’Neal Brutally Destroyed Former ESPN Personality For Calling Angel Reese A “F–king Idiot” (TWEET)

Shaquille O’Neal Brutally Destroyed Former ESPN Personality For Calling Angel Reese A “F–king Idiot” (TWEET)

Shaquille O'Neal in gray jacket. Angel Reese at podium

LSU women’s basketball captured the national championship on Sunday as they defeated Iowa, 102-85.

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In the waning stages of the victory, Tigers star Angel Reese made sure to let Iowa standout Caitlin Clark know what the final result was going to be as she brutally mocked her multiple times and pointed to her ring finger to indicate she just won a title.

She also hit the Hawkeyes sharpshooter with Clark’s own “You Can’t See Me” celebration, just as Clark did during a previous contest.

While some loved what she did, many took to Twitter to show how much they thought it was disrespcetful. Former ESPN host Keith Olbermann is going viral for what he said about LSU Tigers star Angel Reese.

He called Reese a ‘fucking idiot.’

Shaquille O’Neal quickly jumped in his comments and promptly destroyed him for his take.

“shut your dumb ass up leave angel reese alone,” he announced.

All the Sweet Ways Taylor Swift TRIBUTES Travis Kelce on Eras Tour “From Sitting in the Stands to Incorporating ‘Swag Surfing’ into Choreography Showing Love to the Football Player .

From sitting on the bleachers to incorporating ‘Swag Surfing’ into the choreography, Swift’s Eras Tour is giving some shine to her football player love.

Taylor Swift has switched up her Eras Tour setlist in a big way, and that includes some sweet nods to her boyfriend Travis Kelce.

As Swift returned from a two-month hiatus, kicking off with a concert in Paris on May 9, she debuted several key changes, from new outfits to the addition of songs from her latest album The Tortured Poets Department.

While fans went wild over her new performances of “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?” and “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart,” her TTPD set also included a brief segment from her track “So High School,” which is rumored to be about Kelce.


Swift went all in for the performance, including general football nods and more specific references to Kelce’s team, the Kansas City Chiefs, whom she cheered for on the sidelines during their 2023/2024 season as they eventually won the 2024 Super Bowl.

Here are all the ways Swift paid tribute to Kelce during the new segments of the Eras Tour.

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