Shaq reveals he still believes the Earth is flat, saying his plane “flyed straight” for 20 hours

Shaq He has been open about his theory of the Earth being flat, and it doesn’t seem to change his mind over the years. After a recent trip around the world, Shaq told The Kyle and Jackie O Show that the theory that the Earth was round could not possibly be true.

On top of his craze about the size of the Earth, he also shared his doubts about whether or not the planet rotates.

I took a 20 hour flight today, I haven’t gone like this even once. I flew straight. I didn’t tip or go back. It is still a straight line. You don’t go down You know how they say the world is spinning? I have been living in a house on a lake for 30 years, the lake has not turned left or right even once. ,

Two-time Hall of Famer And the businessman previously explained his theory while speaking with John Kinkade on his podcast, ‘The Big Podcast with Shaq.

Listen, there are three ways to control the mind – what you read, what you see and what you hear. At school, at first they teach us, ‘Oh, Columbus discovered America,’ but when he got there, there were some fair-skinned people with long hair on the peace pipe. So what does that tell you? Columbus did not discover America.”

I drive from coast to coast, and this sh*t is flat for me. I’m just saying. I drive from Florida to California all the time, it’s flat for me. I don’t go up and down at 360-degree angles, and whatever it is about gravity, have you looked outside of Atlanta lately and seen all these buildings?

Shaq is not the only celeb on the list of people who believe in flat earth. NBA star Kyrie Irving, rapper BOB and former Jets QB Geno Smith shared similar sentiments a few years back.

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