Shaq recently clapped back at Kanye for questioning his business practices amid a Twitter exchange saying, “you don’t know me like that.”
Shaq quoted and responded to one of Kanye’s Twitter posts, in which the rapper aired out his business endeavors to the public.
“Believe me. You don’t know me like that. Worry about your business, and to quote the once great Kanye West ‘I got more money than you, so why would I listen to you take my advice get your family business in order,” the NBA Hall of Famer tweeted during the exchange on Nov. 3. He continued, encouraging Ye to have a good day.
Believe me you don’t know me like that. Worry about your business, and to quote the once great Kanye west “ I got more money than you, so why would i listen to you” take my advice get your family business in order. Have a great day brother.
— SHAQ (@SHAQ) November 4, 2022
“Have a great day, brother,” he said.
The notoriously controversial musician initially tweeted about Shaq’s business deals that day He specifically wrote about the former athlete’s partnership with Canadian billionaire Jamie Salter, who owns a brand development, marketing and entertainment company ABG. According to the Basketball Network, the company owns a portfolio of global media, lifestyle brands and entertainment.
“Shaq is in business with Jamie Salter,” Kanye tweeted. “Jaimie first said he’s 50/50 with David Beckham and 50/50 with Shaq, I said ‘Jamie… There’s no such thing as 50/50 in business…Who has the extra 1 percent for the control and voting rights.”
Shaq is in business with Jamie Salter
Jaimie first said he’s 50/50 with David Beckham and 50/50 with Shaq
I said “Jamie . . . There’s no such thing as 50/50 in business . . . Who has the extra 1 percent for the control and voting rights” pic.twitter.com/M36WhsMFf1
— ye (@kanyewest) November 4, 2022
According to Shaq’s streaming radio station website that gives updates on his investments, Shaq Fu Radio, he purchased shares in ABG since 2015. After the company bought the rights to the Jersey native’s personal brand, he became the second-biggest individual shareholder.
In other Shaq business news, the NBA legend reportedly sold his Auntie Anne’s Pretzels franchises and cited Black people not liking pretzels as the reason.
“You know we love pizza. I sold my Auntie Anne’s because Black people don’t like pretzels that much. So I had to switch it up,” he said during an interview with the Earn Your Leisure podcast.