Last night on June 11th, 2015, Shaq made a Blog entry on his website that questioned the events of 9/11. Although the video that was attached to the post was a No plane hologram disinfo Video, the claim is easily refuted. Lets show Shaq da Facts!


UPDATE: Shaquille O’Neal made a post about 9/11 on his blog. Today he is letting the world know he is not a 9/11 Truther! I’m calling it a ReShaqtion! A “rogue employee” from Digital Mavericks, Shaq’s marketing company made the post.

Here is the entry (since removed) that Shaq posted on his Blog.


Here is the Facebook post (also since removed) he made on his fanpage.


I was on this thread for hours before it was removed. There were several other truthers and not many people were giving him grief. We even had several people join the 9/11 Truth Movement group.


This has gone viral and Mainstream media is already laying down the Shaq Attack.

Shaq’s website reveals he’s a 9/11 truther

“He might be the tallest 9/11 truther ever. Shaquille O’Neal’s Web site posted an entry about a possible “inside job” in the World Trade Center terror attacks and asked ominously, “Are we getting the truth?”
Shaq’s site outs him as a 9/11 ‘Truther’: Report

“The name Shaquille O’Neal has been synonymous with many things in the past, but not with the words “conspiracy theorist.”

The former NBA superstar’s own website says he’s a 9/11 “Truther,” the New York Post reported.”
Is Shaq A 9/11 Truther? Controversial Content Posted On Big Man’s Website

Is Shaq A 9/11 Truther? Controversial Content Posted On Big Man’s Website

“Some very controversial content was recently posted on the future Basketball Hall of Famer and TNT NBA analyst’s website and Facebook page. The subject matter was the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.”
Shaq’s Website Reveals He’s a 9/11 Truther …

“Shaquille O’Neal’s Web site posted an entry about a possible “inside job” in the World Trade Center terror attacks and asked ominously, “Are we getting the truth?”
Shaquille O’Neal is a 9/11 truther … and fans rip him for it on Facebook

“A YouTube account he uses as proof also offers conspiracy theories on the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, the assassination attempt on Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the Boston Marathon bombings.

Some Facebook followers, fellow truthers apparently, applauded O’Neal’s post, but others, some eyewitnesses to the attacks on the Twin Towers, ripped the former NBA star for perpetuating a lie and insulting the families that lost loved ones.

“Mr. O’Neal, I have tons and tons of respect for you, but this is really low class of you,” wrote Michael R. Liples.”


Shaquille O’Neal Apologizes For 9/11 Truther Post

“After a backlash, both posts were pulled. On Friday, O’Neal released an apology, though he didn’t take full responsibility. His statement reads:

“This post was insulting and offensive, and I apologize to everyone who came across it. Once I learned that it was on my Facebook page and blog, I ordered it removed and fired the firm that posted it. I am not and never have been a ‘9/11 truther.’ My father served our country and I am immensely proud of the sacrifices people make daily to keep us safe. The events of 9/11 were a horrible tragedy for our nation and it’s a disgrace that anyone would think otherwise.””


Shaq: I’m Not Actually A 9/11 Truther

“O’Neal’s marketing company—of which he is president, treasurer, and secretary—appears to have hired “social interaction monetization” firm Digital Mavericks to post on his behalf, only to find the company was a bit too maverick-y after the posts yesterday that urged readers to consider whether the 2001 terrorist attacks were an inside job.

Shaq’s website is far from the only one posting this garbage. The Awl noted a few months back that Digital Mavericks manages Waka Flocka Flame’s website, and a cursory Google search reveals several other hip-hop artists whose “personal websites” are mostly made up of Digital Mavericks junk.”
Shaquille O’Neal fires social media firm after ‘9/11 truther’ content appears on his blog, Facebook page

“O’Neal had been working with an online marketing and social-media company called Digital Mavericks to post content to his official sites.

The CEO of Digital Mavericks blamed a rogue employee for the post.”
Digital Mavericks is also the Marketing Company for Waka Flocka and Bam Margera. The posts are still present on their facebook pages.

Waka Flocka Flame

Bam Margera

Slim Shady


The Game



The post SHAQ made contained a video that was disinformation. It was a hologram/cgi video that was created by Markus Allen and it has made the rounds over the years.

Here is the video he posted debunked.

Here is an image which clearly debunks it

No plane CGI
How to counter the Disinfo video with comments that can lead the discussion back to the real Truth.

9/11 was an inside job but fake videos like this give legit 9/11 researchers a bad name.

Disinformation is false information that is used to discredit legitimate arguments. Stick to the Facts!
Shaq, are you a 9/11 Truther? If so, that’s great. However, the video you posted on your blog (which has been since removed) contained disinformation. So if you are going to post about 9/11, I highly suggest you stick with solid facts that can’t be attacked by the MSM. Thanks.


Since Shaq’s recent interest in the 9/11 truth Movement and although what he posted was a disinformation video. We need to show Shaq our support by correcting the error and focusing on the hard facts of inside involvement.

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