They Sold What? 15 Eyebrow Raising Celebrity Product Endorsements

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Celebrity product endorsements can grant a product legitimacy with a wider audience than its competitors. It can also backfire and cause the celebrity in question a lot of embarrassment.  Here are 15 highly questionable, if not downright bad celebrity product endorsements.

Shaquille O’Neal

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In 1994, Shaquille O’Neal cashed in on his popularity with children, lending his image and persona to a 2D fighting video game called Shaq Fu. The premise of the game had Shaq slipping into an alternate dimension to rescue a child from an evil mummy… using kung fu—wait, sorry– “Shaq Fu.” The game is so notoriously bad it has garnered a website dedicated to wiping it from the face of the earth.

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