Shaquille O'Neal Defends Rihanna's Super Bowl Halftime Show Performance Against Critics

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Shaquille O’Neal recently defended Rihanna's Super Bowl Halftime show performance, which has faced criticism from some quarters.

Despite her established status as one of the most accomplished vocalists in the music industry, not everyone was impressed with her recent show.

However, Shaquille O'Neal came to her defense, arguing that her performance was noteworthy and deserving of praise.

Photo: Instagram/Shaquille O'Neal 

Rihanna's return to the stage was marked by her delivery of some of her biggest hits, including "B**ch Better Have My Money," "Diamonds," and "Work."

Furthermore, she performed while pregnant, which was particularly notable considering this was her second pregnancy, having given birth to her first child the previous year.

Rihanna's ability to deliver such an impressive performance while carrying a child was testament to her talent and resilience.

This further cemented her status as an iconic and inspiring figure in the music industry.

Kodak Black and WWE Hall Of Famer Goldberg have criticized Rihanna's performance, but fans will continue to talk about it for the coming weeks.

Nevertheless, Shaquille O'Neal's defense of the performance may provide some support to those who appreciated Rihanna's show.

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