Shaquille O'Neal's Daughter Amirah Looks like Her Mom as She Poses in Red Swimsuit in Photos
Shaquille O'Neal's daughter Amirah O'Neal aka Mimi, looks just like her mother in new pictures that she posted on her social media page.
"Just how it is," she wrote under the two pictures she shared on Instagram. Her fans and followers flooded Mimi's page with love emojis in awe of how beautiful she looked.
"Such a beautiful young lady. I know your parents will be proud of you and your siblings ❤❤❤."
"Amirah you just had to do it to them ???."
Amirah was born on November 13, 2001, to former basketball star Shaquille O'Neal and his ex-wife Shaunie O'Neal. She is the second of four children that the former couple has together.
Besides looking just like her mother, Mimi also has her dad's basketball talents as she plays the sport in high school.
Amirah plays in the centre, just like her father did, and she is arguably the best and the most valuable player in her team. She is not the first child of her father to play the sport, as her elder brother Shareef also plays basketball.
In 2017, Shaq and his ex-wife rented out the entire rooftop area of the W Hotel in Hollywood to throw Mimi her 16th birthday party.
Her parents spent almost a million dollars for the birthday party, and they also gave her a brand new Mercedes Benz G-Wagon as her birthday gift. It is clearly a night she will never forget.
Despite being separated, Shaq and Shaunie still maintain a solid co-parenting relationship.
“We’re great now but it took a long time like we definitely did not have the relationship that we have now the first few years,” said Shaunie O’Neal.
“I mean, we’re going on eight years of being divorced now, and I’d have to say the good first five [or] six were really rough,” Shaunie once said.
Since the basketball star and Shaunie's divorce was completed in 2009, Shaquille O'Neal has been in relationships with a few other women, but his latest girlfriend is Hollywood star Annie Ilonzeh who is ten years younger than the NBA star.
Annie is best known for her role as Emily Foster on "Chicago Fire." She has also starred in other major productions such as "Peppermint," "American Horror Story," "Til Death Do Us Part," "All Eyez on Me," "Person of Interest," and "Empire."