— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 27, 2017
Alright – let’s get straight to it. This was just God awful. Whoever okay’d this bit should probably have a passive aggressive sit down in a conference room about how they won’t let this mistake happen again. Classic Drake hyping Shaq up like this magnificent disk jockey, only for us to actually confirm what we were originally thinking of Shaq’s dumpster fire DJing abilities. He opened with Kendrick’s “Humble” which was a more than stellar start for Shaq; then he went for it. And I mean went for it. He went for it like how I would when I’m trying to find a date to a wedding. Like when you look for the girl that’s out of your league, realize you haven’t interacted with them in at least month, but still shoot your shot anyway cause why not?
Meanwhile Drake is trying his hardest to fight off that horrible evolving cringe. Glad he pulled the plug when he did. All in all, Shaq reminds me of just about every person that sees a DJ setup or aux cord at a party and decides to try their luck with it. To which I will say, go for it, but as soon as you start skipping beats and missing drops, you’re done with DJing privileges for a year. Harsh, but we all have to learn somehow.