Shaq Suing His Former Weed Business Partners For $1M, Claiming They Owe Him A Ton Of Cash
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Shaquille O'Neal is suing his former weed business partners for more than $1 MILLION after he says they stiffed him out of a ton of cash...

The Big Diesel spelled it all out in a new lawsuit, obtained by TMZ Sports, in which the NBA legend claims he and his fellow plaintiff, Jerome Crawford, invested $150k into a new marijuana biz way back in December 2016.

In the suit, Shaq says their investment was supposed to help the company "pursue opportunities in the field of legal cannabis."

O'Neal, though, claims that by late 2017 ... the company "seemingly had no licenses, no revenue, and no operations."

Shaq says when he and his attorneys pressed for details on how their money was being used, the company initially didn't respond.
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Big Worm collecting on Smokey...
Reply2 months
It's the drug game, Shaq - you don't sue guys who rip you off, you leave 'em in the street.
Reply2 months
Looks like Shaq is broke
Reply2 months
Lol. Shaq is one athlete who will never be broke
2 months
Lol, c'mon, man, Shaq has his fingers in so many pies, it's ridiculous. The dude stays printing money.
2 months
That’s a lot of lettuce to go up in smoke.
Reply2 months
I'd pay the money....could get ugly if the Big Guy isn't paid back!
Reply2 months
A ton of cash or a ton of stash?
Reply2 months
probably spending a big chunk of that million on his lawyer
Reply2 months
That money is nothing to him. It’s the point he’s making.
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