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Shaquille O’neal is convinced that Stevie Wonder is blind and, after a funny encounter in an elevator.
The national basketball association (NBA legend, 47, was co-hosting “The NBA” on Thursday night, when he told a quick story which, he promised, “you won’t believe it.”
“It’s a true story,” O’neal explained. “Well, we’re living in a building on Wilshire. So you have to park your car, and the valet is there. So, I’ve been in the building, and I’ve come through the lobby. The door is open, it’s Stevie Wonder. He comes in, and says, ” What’s up, Shaq?’ Press the power button.”
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The co-hosts laughed. “Really,” he said to them, what it suggests is that the much loved musician, it is not really blind. “He stepped into the elevator, and he was like,” What’s that, Shaq? How do you do it, the big dog. Yes, he did. This Is A Pleasure.
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“The button is pressed, will come off his ground, goes to his room. I went and called every single person I knew, and told him the story. And she believed in me.”
Stevie Wonder performs on stage during Nipsey Hussle’s Celebration of Life at the STAPLES Center on April 11, 2019 at the latest, in Los Angeles, California, usa.
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Wonder, 69, has been blind since birth, and after birth, six weeks early, according to his official biography. He was enrolled at the Michigan School for the Blind.