Shaquille O'Neals' Ex-wife Shaunie Celebrates Her Favorite Youngest Daughter's Birthday in a Post
Shaunie O'Neal wishes her "taller than me baby girl" happy birthday with an adorable Instagram post, which features some fantastic throwback photos.
Shaunie's youngest daughter just turned fourteen, and even though she's now taller than her mom, she was once a tiny little girl.
The Basketball Wives star took to Instagram to wish her daughter a happy birthday. The first slide in the post showed the mother-daughter duo bonding over Snapchat.
The next photo showed Me'arah as a baby while the following two showed her when she was a little bit older. The last slide showed a much more recent picture of her, and she was smiling in the snapshot.
Along with the post, there was a fantastic caption that revealed many things about the 14-year-old Basketballer. It read:
"Happy Birthday to my beautiful, loving, talented, intelligent, brutally honest, hilarious... taller than me, baby girl!"
The teenager follows in the footsteps of her father, Shaquille O'Neal, as she wants to become a basketball star.
She played with the Mamba Sports Academy alongside her friend, Gianna Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash back in January.
The two share their love for basketball, just like their dads, Shaquille and Kobe Bryant. Kobe lost his life in the same helicopter crash.
Me'arah O'Neal's mom got married to Shaquille on the 22nd of December 2002. They had four kids together before their divorce in 2010.
Shaunie has five kids as she gave birth to her son, Myles, before her relationship with Shaquille. In May 2019, she posted a picture of herself with all five of her kids for mother's Day celebration. The image was captioned:
"There is no greater title than Mom! Thank you to my 5 Heartbeats for loving me unconditionally…"
Shaunie O'Neal was born in 1975 in Wichita Falls, Texas. She started dating NBA star Shaquille O'Neal back in 1998.
The mom of five rose to fame back in 2010 when she started starring on a series known as "Basketball Wives," which she created.
The reality TV star is the executive producer of the show and still stars on it along with a spin-off of her and her family's "Shaunie's Home Court."