Who is Shaq’s ex-wife Shaunie Henderson?

Who is Shaq’s ex-wife Shaunie Henderson?

Shaunie Henderson was born on November 27, 1974 in Wichita Falls, Texas.

The former film marketer is now a television personality and one of the executive producers of VH-1’s reality series Basketball Wives, Basketball Wives LA, and Baller Wives.

Shaunie is the CEO of Amirah Inc, a company that aims to “provide exit and aftercare opportunities to women exiting the commercial sex trade,” as well as the founder of Her Say, “a movement for the intentional woman.”

Who is Shaq's ex-wife Shaunie Henderson?

Shaunie married Shaquille O’Neal, a legendary basketball player, in 2002. The couple divorced five years after their wedding but reconciled soon after. Despite this, Shaunie filed for divorce in 2009, and the case was settled two years later.

Shaunie married Keion Henderson, the founder, CEO, and senior pastor of The Lighthouse Church & Ministries, a church community based in Houston, in May 2022, according to his bio.

Who is Shaq's ex-wife Shaunie Henderson?

What is Shaunie’s net worth?

Shaunie’s net worth is estimated to be $35million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Shaunie’s Home Court, a TV series that followed her and her family’s life, centered on her in 2016. The reality series lasted two seasons.

The majority of Shaunie’s fortune, however, is said to have stemmed from her previous marriage to Shaq.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Shaquille’s net worth is estimated to be $300 million.

Who is Shaq's ex-wife Shaunie Henderson?

He was a member of the NBA from 1992 to 2011, winning three consecutive NBA championships with the Los Angeles Lakers between 2000 and 2002, as well as one with the Miami Heat in 2006.

Do Shaq and Shaunie have children together?

Shaq and Shaunie have four children: sons Shareef and Shaqir, as well as daughters Amirah and Me’arah.

Shaunie has a son, Myles, from a previous relationship, and Shaq has a daughter, Taahirah, from a previous relationship with Arnetta Yardbourgh.

“I have two wonderful women who have given me beautiful, gorgeous children, I have to protect and provide for them forever,” he told The Pivot Podcast in April 2022.

Shaunie Henderson (L), NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal (R) and family in 2019

Later on, in an October 2022 episode of 2 Lies and 1 Truth, the athlete praised the women in his life by calling them “the strongest beings on this planet.”

“Their moms did a great job of planning activities. You know you women need a lot more credit and a lot more respect because you guys do really all the work,” he told the podcast.