Shaquille O’Neal has vowed to bury the hatchet with enemies after Kobe Bryant suffered a severe helicopter crash this week.
The living legend of the Los Angeles Lakers began when she was shaken by the sudden death of his former teammate.
"You don't really know how much time you have left," said O & # 39; Neal in the last episode of "The Big Podcast" deleting my beef and my confrontation clause. I don't want to do that anymore.
"I guess I just call everyone I have disagreed with and say," Look, man, I love you. "
In the same episode that aired on Monday, O'Neal admitted that his grief kept him busy at night, especially after losing his sister Ayesha, who died of cancer in October.
"I didn't sleep after Ayesha's death because I wasn't just thinking about the good times, but sometimes I could have done something, or I could have said something or done something else, or I could have loved her more or had her more Can show support. And the same thing happened to me when I heard this news, ”he said.
O’Neal and Bryant led the Lakers to three consecutive championships from 2000 to 2002 – but their tumultuous relationship was no secret and resulted in O’Neal being traded on the Miami Heat in 2004.
"I'm just sick," said O & # 39; Neal on the podcast. "And I know that an idiot has the relationship that I and Kobe had. Our relationship was that of the brothers. We are brothers in this podcast, John, we fight all the time. But real life is all about respect when I see you and your beautiful wife. "
Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were killed among nine people when the helicopter they had flown to suddenly crashed into the mountains on Sunday in Calabasas, California. You were directed to a youth basketball game at the time.