Shaq Finally Destroys Aaron Carter At Basketball, Revenge 12 Years In The Making

03.07.13 5 years ago 14 Comments

It was sport’s greatest upset, never mind the 1980 U.S. Men’s hockey team. In 2001, Aaron Carter–younger brother of Backstreet Boys, oh my gawd, heartthrob, Nick Carter–defeated Shaq in a game of one-on-one to set pre-teen girls’ hearts aflutter in his Aaron’s Party single, “That’s How I Beat Shaq.”

Well “defeated” should probably go in air-quotes since it wasn’t real or anything, but the former Lakers and Magic big man recently sought revenge on the younger Carter in a game of pick-up for Shaq’s “Upload” series with truTV. Shaq tells Carter in the clip that if Carter scores one point on him (HA!), he’ll donate $5,000 to Carter’s designated charity, which is understandably the Aaron Carter Needs A Jet-Ski Foundation or, probably, the Aaron Carter Needs A Few More Ounces Of Marijuana Foundation.

So the two squared off. Shaq dominated Carter, of course, while signing autographs and blocking the sh*t out of Aaron’s plate of chips and dip. Viewers should also note that Shaq just coined their next go-to ballin’ phrase in the clip, “I am Kazaam!”

But watch the clip and imbibe the rest of the funnies from the segment below. And that’s how Shaq unmercifully destroyed Aaron Carter.

H/T: BroBible

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