Shaquille O'Neal never did anything in a small way. The 7 ft. 1 in., 325-lb. (216 cm, 147 kg) NBA star won four championships, was the NBA finals' MVP three times and played in 15 All-Star Games. As a rapper, he was only somewhat less prolific, releasing five studio albums and a compilation album. His first record, Shaq Diesel, went platinum, but that doesn't mean it was good. Aside from the rampant hyperbole ("I lean on the Statue of Liberty when I get tired") and lack of what would be helpful profanity ("I punch you in the stomach/ I don't give a heck"), the album also featured a sample of Bugs Bunny saying his catchphrase on "What's Up Doc? (Can We Rock?)." But in the end, nothing Shaq ever did was as bad as his Laker teammate Kobe Bryant's attempt at rapping with Tyra Banks. Given the choice, we'd rather play Shaq Fu while listening to Shaq Diesel any day.