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Shaqtin'

verb; blending and clipping and eponym
Generally, Shaqtin’ refers to making a foolish mistake or performing an embarrassing action. More specifically, Shaqtin’ refers to when professional basketball players make an egregious error on national television.
 
“Master P’s Awful Celebrity Game Performance Got Roasted On ‘Shaqtin’ A Fool’”
Etymology : The word Shaqtin’ comes from a segment on the popular NBA broadcasting show Inside the NBA known as “Shaqtin’ a Fool.” It is named after Shaquille O’Neal, a former NBA player who hosts the segment. Beginning in 2011, it showcases the worst mistakes players made in the NBA that week. The term is not only named after Shaquille O’Neal, but it is also a blend of the two words “Acting” and “Shaquille” which are both clipped into “Actin’” and “Shaq” respectively.
Source : https://uproxx.com/dimemag/master-p-all-star-shaqtin/ Robby Kalland 20 February 2017
Last modified: 8 December 2019


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