Shaquille O'Neal has returned with yet another diss track. This time it's directed at none other than Big Shaq aka Roadman Shaq a.k.a. MC Quakez a.k.a. U.K. Comedian Michael Dapaah.

Roadman Shaq went viral following an appearance on BBC Radio 1Xtra's "Fire in the Booth" hosted by Charlie Sloth and inspiring 433,4521,3,6532 memes (no exaggeration) after rapping, something to the effect of "The ting goes skrrrrrrrrrrah pap pap kak kak kak skibiidipap pap and a pupubrrrrrrrrrrdooom skyaa du du kun kun boom boom."

Shaq's diss track features Toronto rapper ShaqIsDope, which means there's a lot of people named Shaq involved in this whole thing and I'm confused now and you should be too. "There’s a lot of people that are named after me — Shaquille, Shaq. But keep in mind... there’s only one Big Shaq. It is I ... the originator, the dominator, the creator," Shaq says over the beat.  

Shaq, a lover of diss tracks, a diss track connoisseur, if you will, dropped one back in July directed at LaVar Ball"Sit down man, you be doin' the most/You know your ass is barbeque chicken in the post/First you can beat Mike, then you can beat me/Wake that ass up, you havin' a dream," Shaq rapped. The track used the beat for Jay Z's "Blueprint (Momma Loves Me)."

When asked about the diss while on Overtime, Ball responded, "People still doing diss tracks? Ain't he like 50?" 

Listen to the real Shaq's diss track featuring ShaqIsDope up top and stay tuned for Big Shaq's response.