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WHO'S THE BETTER RAPPER? Shaquille O'Neal drops his second Damian Lillard diss track.


Shaquille O'Neal and Damian Lillard have already had two iterations of rap battles thus far. While Shaq has the experience, many would argue that Dame D.O.L.L.A is the best athlete rapper there is, or ever was.

However, if we are comparing the two, we should note that Shaq's 'Shaq Diesel' album went platinum and sold over 1 million copies back in 1994 — Dame has yet to prove himself.

It all started in an interview on Joe Budden TV, which featured the Trailblazer All-Star point guard Damian Lillard. When asked if he thinks he's a better rapper than Shaq — Lillard naturally confirmed and said how nobody thinks Shaq is a legit rapper.

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It didn't take long for Shaq to come out with the first diss track. Lillard soon replied with not one, but two separate diss tracks. Diesel just came out with his second diss track today, and he took some low punches.

Talkin' crazy ain't gon' get you nothin' but smoked. Like when we see you in the Playoffs every year and you choke

See, you got the millennials fooled. How you rep Oakland but went to Adameda catholic school?

Should Dame D.O.L.L.A drop another diss track after this?

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