Five Surprising things owned by  Shaquille O'Neal














Shaquille O'Neal has shown his dominance in the court, but he has also made his mark in business after retiring in 2011. His $400 million empire is a testament to his success.
Shaq has invested in so many different fields. From fastfood to tech gadgets to endorsements, he has opened many opportunities to grow his business. Let's take a closer look at some of his purchases that might surprise you.

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Krispy Kream Franchise

Krispy Kreme is Shaq's weakness as he loves it so much that he partners with the company. We have seen him market the brand in videos.
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Shaq Tower II

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According to Shaq, he wanted to invest money that could improve the city in some way. He spent $79 million on Shaq Tower II located at 777 Mccarter Highway in Newark.
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Orlando Mansion

A 12 bedroom home, located at 9927 Giffen Court has been on the market for many years. With everything from a private basketball court to an aquarium room, this home has it all.
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O'Neal's car collection

Shaq has always been known for his custom car collection. With his height, he must have a seven-foot-one-inch frame. Some of the iconic cars from his era include the Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, the Ferrari 355 F1 spider, and many more.
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WEST COAST CUSTOMS

In addition to his custom cars, he also has a found of custom three-wheeled bikes. As this tricycle beast has been custom made to fit his size with long legs.
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