Shaq's site outs him as a 9/11 'Truther': Report

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Shaquille O'Neal

The name Shaquille O'Neal has been synonymous with many things in the past, but not with the words "conspiracy theorist."

The former NBA superstar's own website says he's a 9/11 "Truther," the New York Post reported.

The term "Truther" refers to the 9/11 Truth movement, which consists of conspiracy theorists disputing the accounts of the terrorist attacks carried out almost 14 years ago.

The website posted an entry on Thursday about the 9/11 terrorist attacks possibly being an "inside job" while at the same time asking "Are we getting the truth?," the report added. The entry also included a slow-motion video of the second jet crashing into the south tower of the World Trade Center.

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The post was also shared on O'Neal's verified Facebook account. Nevertheless, the entry has since been deleted on both the social media page and O'Neal's site.

O'Neal's representatives didn't immediately respond to CNBC request for comment.

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