Shaquille O’Neal wipes tears from his eyes at the unveiling of a statue of him in front of Staples Center in March. O’Neal has reached out to an Atlanta-area family whose son, 13, died after accidentally shooting himself while streaming live on Instagram.
Shaquille O’Neal wipes tears from his eyes at the unveiling of a statue of him in front of Staples Center in March. O’Neal has reached out to an Atlanta-area family whose son, 13, died after accidentally shooting himself while streaming live on Instagram. Mark J. Terrill The Associated Press
Shaquille O’Neal wipes tears from his eyes at the unveiling of a statue of him in front of Staples Center in March. O’Neal has reached out to an Atlanta-area family whose son, 13, died after accidentally shooting himself while streaming live on Instagram. Mark J. Terrill The Associated Press

Shaquille O’Neal reaches out to family of boy who accidentally shot self on Instagram

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