Shaquille O’Neal Reveals Origin Story for Aaron Carter’s Hit Music, “That is How I Beat Shaq”



So, how did Aaron Carter beat Shaq?

Right now, Shaquille O’Neal nearly stopped by E! Info co-host Scott Tweedie‘s Instagram sequence, HappE! Hour, to debate Krispy Kreme’s bite-sized packaged donuts (obtainable in all Walmart snack aisles by July 2020). As Shaq beforehand mentioned on Pop of the Morning, he’s Krispy Kreme’s resolution coach.

Nonetheless, all through this distinctive chat, the basketball legend moreover revealed the origin story behind Carter’s 2001 hit single and music video, “That’s How I Beat Shaq.”

As a result of the retired athlete recalled, he turned acquainted with younger Aaron Carter when Nick Carter‘s then unknown vocal group, Backstreet Boys, recorded their demo at his house.

“One amongst my worst errors ever was not signing the Backstreet Boys,” Shaq mirrored. “They recorded their first album in my house, ‘set off they’ve been merely youngsters attempting to present you a demo. I imagine I charged them $5 an hour for my studio.”

Per Shaq, he “knew the Carters very correctly,” notably as “Aaron would always come over.”

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