The death of a friend can have a way of putting life in perspective.
Social media loves to speculate about celebrities after their deaths, including Kobe Bryant’s death. Shaq is one voice that actually knew Kobe personally and he has some really great points to share.
Those points include finding a way to make something good come from it.
Shaq has learned an important life lesson and wants to share it with the rest of us.
“I’m all about being hard and all that but … I’m going to have to delete my beef and my confrontation clause. I don’t want to do that anymore,” O’Neal said in a Tuesday episode of The Big Podcast. “I guess I just call all the people I’ve had discrepancies with and say, ‘Look, man. I love you.'” — Washington Examiner
There’s no words to express the pain Im going through with this tragedy of loosing my neice Gigi & my brother @kobebryant I love u and u will be missed. My condolences goes out to the Bryant family and the families of the other passengers on board. IM SICK RIGHT NOW pic.twitter.com/pigHywq3c1
— SHAQ (@SHAQ) January 26, 2020
Only right for @SHAQ to lead a chant for Kobe in LA ✊
(via omerdrinks/IG) pic.twitter.com/Tn0ImG0Jmo
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) January 29, 2020