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Shaquille O’Neal “Biological Didn’t Bother”
Michael A. Novelli
on Thursday, November 29, 2012
It's Mendo's first ever song review! And, while we here at the Agony Booth would never force you to admit to yourself that Shaq even had a rap career in the first place, someone who may or may not have played for the Lakers did in fact record this song. Also, he may have dressed in a suit that made him look like a salmon. But you'll have to watch the episode to find out! Also, there's something in this video about the remake of Red Dawn. That part's probably funny...
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