Shaquille "Shaq" O'Neal's daughter Me'arah looked liked her famous dad's twin in this photo that sees her sitting atop a snooker table in a casual attire. She is a mood!
Shaquille "Shaq" O'Neal's daughter Me'arah rarely posts on social media, but when she does, there is no way it would go unnoticed. The 14-year-old served her 100K plus fans with some recent photos of herself.
On Instagram, Me'arah's fans got a taste of her fierce personality in form of photos that saw her sitting atop a snooker table while going through her phone.
Shaquille O'Neal poses in the Authentic Brands Group booth during the Licensing Expo 2016 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on June 21, 2016. | Source: Getty Images
Me'arah exuded relaxed yet confident vibes in a printed black hoodie. She wore matching cargo pants to go with it and opted for a pair of white sneakers.
The basketball prodigy let her dark, curly hair loose and wore a red cap, In the second photo, she posed with her manicured hand in front of her face.
Fans were pretty impressed by the way she dressed up. "It’s the fashion sense for me," one fan gushed in the comments section. "I love your style and your confidence," another fan said.
Me'arah is not the only O'Neal who is continuing her father's legacy.
It is hard not to notice how Me'arah looks like her famous dad in the snaps. Not only does she look like him, but she is also a basketball superstar in the making.
Me'arah is the youngest one of the O'Neal kids, but she is already a force to reckon with. Fans were in awe of her basketball skills after a video of her dunking on a regulation 10-foot hoop surfaced on the internet.
The internet was convinced that the 6'4 teen is on her way to greatness. Her brother Shareef posted the video that was taken at what appears to be a home gym on Twitter and wrote:
"So my 13 year old sister is a cheat code ... almost dunking."
In a now-deleted Instagram post, Amirah shared she was uncertain of what the future holds, but was ready to take on the new challenge. She was pretty excited to join her brother Shareef.