Shaquille and Shaunie O'Neal's Daughter Amirah Flaunts Her Curvy Physique and Natural Beauty in a New Photo
Shaquille O'Neal and Shaunie O'Neal's daughter showed off her curvy physique as she posed in a black crop top and matching biker shorts while promoting a clothing brand.
The 18-year-old was a star player in Santa Monica at Cross Roads High School in California. Amirah is preparing for the next chapter in her life as she heads off to college.
While enjoying her summer, she recently showed off a trendy look and posed in a black crop top with matching biker shorts.
Amirah showed off her curvy figure and wrapped an orange sweater around her waist. The logo said "anti social social club," which she also added in the caption for the post.
As fans praised her stunning photos, one person wrote, "yeah Mimi bad like that!" Her little sister Me'arah O'Neal also gushed over the beautiful snaps as she bragged about their relationship.
The O'Neal family are fresh off celebrations in June when they treated Amirah to what she called the "coolest quarantine graduate" party.
Amirah will be joining her oldest brother Shareef O'Neal at LSU.
According to the New York Post, Amirah will be joining her oldest brother Shareef O'Neal at LSU only months after he announced that he would be transferring from UCLA.
Shaquille is himself a proud alumnus of the college that his two children will be joining. In response to Amirah attending LSU, Shareef tweeted, "THE BROTHER SISTER DUO! Congrats to my sister on committing to LSU."
Shaquille and Shaunie each had a child before they tied the knot in 2002. They have four children together. In 2010 they divorced, but have managed to maintain a healthy co-parenting relationship.
In 2018, shortly after Shareef signed to play to at UCLA, he underwent heart surgery. During his recovery, the former couple came together to support their son.
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