Shaqir, whose father is paying Shaquille O’Neal $120,000 in child support, shares Achraf Hakimi’s latest divorce post
Shaquille O’Neal has admitted on numerous occasions that he didn’t think things through when he was married to Shaunie O’Neal (now Shaunie Henderson). The two were married from 2002 to 2007 before divorcing after just half a decade of marriage.
The reason why they had decided to separate despite having four children together was due to infidelity on both sides. Shaq takes most of the blame, however, as he claimed he was spoiled with “too many options.” His extramarital affairs reached a point of no return, resulting in Shaunie having to divorce him.
The Los Angeles Lakers legend had to hand over $50,000 a month of her wealth when she divorced. $10,000 for his alimony payments to his ex-wife, which totals $120,000 a year, and an additional $10,000 in child support for each child they have together, bringing the total child support to $40,000.
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Shaqir O’Neal shares a post about Achraf Hakimi
Paris Saint-Germain’s Achraf Hakimi recently went through divorce proceedings with his wife Hiba Abouk. In this process, Abouk demanded half of Hakimi’s land. However, it was later revealed that over 80% of his net worth is controlled by his mother.
Abouk, who couldn’t touch almost anything of her husband’s fortune, has led the internet to praise Hakimi for her business acumen. Shaqir O’Neal seems to be doing pretty well with it, to the point that he posted it to his Instagram story for his 915,000+ followers to see.
Of course, as the NBA world knows, Shaqir’s father, Shaquille O’Neal, was forced to pay alimony to his mother. However, that is no longer the case as she has since remarried and Keion Henderson tied the knot.
Shaqir O’Neal and his journey through college prom
Shaqir O’Neal is currently at Texas Southern University and has averaged 7 minutes in 21 games for them. He didn’t have much of a chance to shine, however, as he averaged 1.3 points per game, 0.9 rebounds and 0.1 blocks and steals while shooting 25% from the field.
It’s unclear if Shaqir still has dreams of making it to the NBA, but for now it seems he’s ready to continue his college journey.
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