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Coronavirus Lockdown: NBA Legend Shaquille O'Neal Holds Concert With Sons At Home; Watch

Coronavirus in US: Former Lakers legend Shaquille O'Neal organises indoor DJ concert for sons as the majority of America remains under lockdown.


The ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the United States has led to widespread chaos across the country. State governors are insisting that citizens remain indoors as the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise rapidly on a daily basis. Prominent celebrities and sports personalities have been spreading awareness regarding the intensity of this pandemic through social media. Former Lakers legend Shaquille O'Neal also took to social media where here revealed what he has been doing during the current coronavirus lockdown in the US.

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NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal sets up a concert with sons during coronavirus pandemic


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Shaquille O'Neal has established himself as a self-proclaimed comic since he decided to quit basketball. His on-screen antics and epic sense of humour is something that NBA fans have come to adore, especially during tough times such as this coronavirus lockdown. Shaquille O'Neal recently posted a video of himself along with his sons on Instagram. The NBA legend can be seen operating a DJ console while his sons are dancing to the beats. Not a bad way to spend your quarantine, is it? 

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