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Saturday, August 27, 2022

Shaquille O’Neal seems to firmly believe that the Earth is flat after his plane flew straight to Australia

Shaquille O’Neal seems to firmly believe that the Earth is flat — at least that’s what he claimed in an interview on the Australian radio show “The Kyle & Jackie O Show” this week. Some may recall the former NBA star first making the remark back in 2017, and apparently, he has yet to be convinced otherwise.

During the chat, O’Neal recalled taking a long flight from the U.S. over to Australia which he based his latest argument on, stressing that after flying for 20 hours, “not once did I go this way,” while positioning his arm diagonally. “I flew straight,” adding that at no point during the trip did the plane ever “tip over” or “go upside down.”

When radio host Kyle Sandiland then interjected by asking how the aircraft could fly across the world in multiple directions, O’Neal stood his ground, continuing, “It’s still a straight line, you don’t go under.” The conversation then led the 50-year-old to share his belief that the Earth doesn’t actually spin, nor does he believe it’s round-shaped. “You know they say the world is spinning? I’ve been living in a house on a lake for 30 years, not once did the lake rotate to the left or right.”

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