Portland Path Blazers guard Damian Lillard responded to Shaquille O’Neal’s rap song with one particular of his own that implies the Hall of Fame middle rode on the coattails of his teammates all through his profession.
The feud began final 7 days when Lillard claimed on “The Joe Budden podcast” that he believes himself to be a much better rapper than Shaq, who launched a monitor previous Wednesday that reported Lillard was not amid the elite of NBA guards. And on Tuesday, Lillard answered by releasing “Reign Reign Go Away” on the web.
Or, as Lillard put it in the tune he posted Tuesday:
“We both of those could be operating at Kinkos and Kobe received you them rings, though” and “Even in Miami, won that on the energy of Flash.”
Lillard also touted his $250 million supermax contract and reported he “can not remember you finding that when I was cruising on a 10-velocity.”
— ESPN (@espn) October one, 2019
O’Neal posted his tune on Instagram, rapping: “Just take your time to answer, there is no hurry / You may never ever be Westbrook, hardly ever be Steph Curry” and “What is actually in your wallet, American Express or Visa? / Conversing like you’re Bron, you ain’t even Trevor Ariza.”
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) Oct 1, 2019
O’Neal’s debut album, “Shaq Diesel,” went platinum in 1993, although Lillard downplayed his achievement, saying on Budden’s podcast that, “People today weren’t hunting at it like it is really a authentic rapper. It was like, ‘that’s Shaq rapping.'”