Shaquille O'Neal's Daughter Amira Says She Is Bored in the House after Committing to LSU
One of Shaquille O'Neal's kids, Amirah O'Neal, who recently committed to LSU, shared snaps of herself "bored in the house," amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The young adult has an exciting Instagram page that displays fragments of her lifestyle. Her most recent posts signified that the young sports star is bored being indoors following the continuous spread of the COVID-19 that has everyone observing self-isolation.
In one of the shots, the 18-year-old revealed some cleavage in a black top, while she extended two fingers in the air, and attached the words "Talk to me" to the feed, showing that she wants to communicate with her fans.
Another image showed her in a goofy mood with her tongue stuck out, rocking her LSU uniform. After an ardent follower sent a congratulatory message to the LSU student, Amirah humbly responded with a:
"Thank you so much."
She has shown that getting committed to LSU as an athlete is a significant achievement. In an Instagram post, the youngster proudly shared the news of her new fit.
Having her brother, Shareef, in the same school also seem to relieve the 18-year-old. As a new student, she confessed to not having a detailed understanding of the future but pledged to be passionate about her goals and emerge a success in her "Tiger" team.
Amirah's drive for being outstanding lies in her high school reputation as an All-Division 3 Second Team selection. The Crossroads High School graduate proved herself worthy by serving an average of 17.2 points per game.
Her brother, who's also a senior in LSU, has made his mark in the school's team, and he was one of the first to celebrate his sister's commitment. Via a Twitter post, Shareef wrote:
"THE BROTHER SISTER DUO! Congrats to my sister on committing to LSU."
Shaquille, just like his kids, was a player for the LSU team and went on to play for other teams such as the Los Angeles Laker's, Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic, Boston Celtics, Phoenix Sun, among others.
He shares one daughter with his former lover, Arnetta Yardbourghz, and four kids with his ex-wife, Shaunie Nelson. Both Shaunie and Shaquille divorced in 2010, but have continued to support their kids.
Shareef shares a strong bond with his father and even has a tattoo showing one of the highlights of his dad's career in basketball. Amirah, on the other hand, is her mom's "favorite oldest daughter" and "Lil Mimi."
With the support of her family, well-wishers, combined with her skills, the newest LSU recruit seems to have a bright future in the world of basketball.