Shaq Releases His Inner "Flashdance" On Lip Sync Battle

He's a maniac, maniac.

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  • Shaquille O'Neal is just all over the place lately. First, he went undercover as a Lyft driver, last week, his bizarre puppet rap video resurfaced, and now he's hitting the dance floor with on Spike's Lip Sync Battle. Going up against Aisha Tyler's rendition of Lady Gaga's "Poker Face," Shaq decided to go with "Maniac" from Flashdance. Going so far as to say either of them nailed their performances might be going a little too far, but they're pretty much exactly what you'd want out of them.

    Anyway, this Shaq revival is clearly leading up to something, so let's just all cross our fingers that next week results in him finally responding to Aaron Carter's 2000 claim that he beat the NBA All-Star at basketball via a song of his own. Otherwise what's even the point of any of this?

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