Artists Doing Good: Shaq

Earlier this week we lost one of the most prolific athletes in history, Kobe Bryant alongside eight others including his 13-year-old daughter Gigi in a horrific helicopter crash. In the wake of the tragic accident came an outcry of sadness felt around the world. Among those who shared their grief was former Laker teammate Shaquille O'Neal

The basketball legend-turned dubstep DJ took to his socials to share a letter expressing his pain and decision on whether or not to continue on with his annual Shaq's Fun House. He expressed that after weighing it out he thought to himself, what would Kobe do? O'Neal realized he would want the show to go on.  He also announced that he plans to donate all proceeds from the show to the victims' surviving family members as well as the Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation



This evening Bryant's wife Vanessa announced on her Instagram that to honor the Team Mamba family, the Mamba Sports Foundation has set up the MambaOnThree Fund to help support the other families affected by this tragedy. To donate, please go here.

Shaq's Fun House, the traveling carnival-themed music party, will return to Miami on March 29th during Miami Music Week. Joining Shaq a.k.a. DJ Diesel on the lineup is Diddy, Diplo, Pitbull, Tiësto, Carnage, Mike Ryan, DaBaby, Melii, Nitti Gritti, Tyla Yaweh, and Yella Beezy. Electric Family will be supplying all the merchandise for this event. 

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