Shaquille O'Neal's Daughter Amirah Puts Her Figure on Display in a Bra & Skinny Jeans (Photos)
Shaquille O'Neal's daughter Amirah might not be an NBA star like her father but the 19-year-old is no stranger to the spotlight and she recently wowed fans with her beautiful pictures.
Shaquille O'Neal is one of the world's greatest basketball players with an impressive achievement record, but the former athlete's children are stealing the spotlight. His daughter Amirah recently shared stunning pictures of herself on Instagram.
The 19-year-old shared two images of herself in a black sleeveless crop top that gave fans a good view of her breathtaking curves. This alluring outfit was paired with jeans and a charming smile.
The first image captured Amirah posing for the camera with her assets on full display while the second picture gave fans a side view of the gorgeous teenager and her impressive waistline.
The NBA star's daughter seemed to be aware of her charm as she captioned the post with an angel emoji alongside the word "4Ev3r." Naturally, fans flooded the comment section with lovestruck emojis and praises.
Aside from making fans melt with her sizzling pictures, the 19-year-old is also making her father proud. The young girl joined her brother Shareef as a student-athlete at Louisiana State University, their father's alma mater.
[O'Neal] stated that he didn't want his daughters to date NBA players.
Amirah announced the news on Instagram last year, where she expressed her excitement to join her brother at LSU. The teenager was chosen as a member of the Tigers' 2020 recruiting class.
As the young O'Neal is focused on carrying her family name further down basketball history, her father is making sure her private life stays off-court. Last year, the 48-year-old shared this shocking revelation with sources.
The former Lakers star stated that he didn't want his daughters to date NBA players and hoped they wouldn't be in a relationship until they were independent and confident 25-year-old women.
The "Uncle Drew" star's aspirations for his daughters could be due to the icon's upbringing. O'Neal's basketball career began at LSU but part of his success can be traced to his father.
The former athlete's father advised him to get his college degree when the 48-year-old wished to drop out of school to earn money by playing basketball professionally once he became NBA eligible.
The NBA star reportedly continues to adhere to his father's words and ensures his children are focused on building their own futures rather than depending on his wealth or influence.