So, how did Aaron Carter beat Shaq?
Shaquille O’Neal practically dropped in E! News co-host Scott Tweedie’s Instagram series, HappE! Hour, to go over Krispy Kreme’s bite-sized packaged donuts (offered in all Walmart treat aisles by July 2020). As Shaq formerly talked about on Pop of the Early morning, he is Krispy Kreme’s resolution coach.
Nevertheless, throughout this special chat, the basketball legend likewise exposed the origin story behind Carter’s 2001 hit single and music video, “That’s How I Beat Shaq.”
As the retired professional athlete remembered, he ended up being familiarized with young Aaron Carter when Nick Carter’s then unidentified vocal group, Backstreet Boys, taped their demonstration at his house.
“One of my worst mistakes ever was not signing the Backstreet Boys,” Shaq showed. “They recorded their first album in my house, ’cause they were just kids trying to come up with a demo. I think I charged them $5 an hour for my studio.”
Per Shaq, he “knew the Carters very well,” particularly as “Aaron would always come over.”
Throughout among these sees, Aaron and Shaq took part in a game of H-O-R-S-E, where the young singer-songwriter won versus the 7′ 1″ professional athlete.
” We had a H-O-R-S-E game one day and he beat me! And after that, he returned and stated, ‘I wish to do a song.’ And I stated sure,” Shaq, who performs as DJ Diesel, continued. ” He asked me to be in the video and I stated sure. I have actually been understanding those people since 1992.”
Shaq continued his walk down memory lane as he honored his late colleague Kobe Bryant. Soon prior to his HappE! Hour look, Shaq shared an image of himself, Kobe and Rick Fox at the Los Angeles Lakers 2002 Championship Parade.
“I posted an image, 20 years today, I believe, Kobe and I had our second parade. 3rd or second, I’m unsure,” he shared. ” Simply seeing memories of him, looking constantly with a smile on his face, dream he was still here.”
As E! readers certainly understand, back in January, Kobe and his 13- year-old child Gianna Bryant passed away when his private helicopter crashed into a hillside in Calabasas, Calif.
For all of this and more, watch Shaq’ s full HappE! Hour here
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