Shaq Buys $235k Jumpoff House in Orlando | BlackSportsOnline

Shaq Buys a House a Couple of Miles From His Mansion, I Wonder What For….

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, November 5th, 2012
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According to TMZ Shaq bought him a $235k house (chump change for him) 30 miles from his mansion in Orlando.

Shaq could be renting it out or just want a smaller place to crash after a night on the town or…….

This is commonly called a Jumpoff house, meaning that athletes and entertainers don’t want their mistresses or sidepieces insider their regular home where their kids and family hang out so they buy a smaller property to get their Ron Jeremy on.

Very common among millionaires.

I wonder what his Ex-Girlfriend Hoopz thinks about this who is now offering personal trainer services?

Would you like to work out with Hoopz?

Here are 3 NSFW pics of her.




More pics of her.


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  1. Dionne Sandals says:

    I get tired of athletes and actors buying fancy homes and flaunting their wealth.

  2. Anonymous says:

    so friggin what? to one his own, leave the poor guy alone. if he wants to live like a normal human being, so be it.

  3. TammyJones says:

    @TorontoBULL….FOX73,COM. is the website. They train you so you dont need experience and it’s all work athome. $15.50 hourly

  4. Scooter says:

    Until I read this article, I had lots of respect for Shaq. He looks like a pimp in that picture, too.

  5. good for the dr. oneil. he bought a house.
    im renting out an apartment where’s my fucking article.

  6. Sprax says:

    Dionne Sandals if you’re tired of it so much, make your own money and do the same.

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