Back in August comedian Michael Dapaah, a.k.a Roadman Shaq, went viral with his parody Fire in the Booth performance of "Man's Not Hot." Charlie Sloth's BBC 1extra show Fire in the Booth is often a stage from which grime artists can launch their careers or gain global exposure and Roadman Shaq has definitely taken full advantage.
The entertainer from London, renamed Big Shaq for the video of his viral sensation, finds himself rapping about keeping his coat on while in Miami. The amusing rap has garnered worldwide attention with celebrities like Adele tweeting the songs ridiculous lyrics. However, one particular celebrity, the original Big Shaq -- Shaquille O'Neal -- isn't very impressed with the comedic character or song. O'Neal went as far as to release a diss track, featuring Toronto rapper ShaqIsDope, yes, another Shaq, in which he overtly states he is the only Shaq. It's all a little convoluted but the main takeaway is that Roadman Shaq has now got an amusing video of him and his crew rapping to "Man's Not Hot" in Miami.
Check out the video above and if you've not already, enjoy Dapaah's original Fire in the Booth performance.