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A historic Krispy Kreme in Atlanta, Georgia, owned by NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal, was heavily damaged by fire early Wednesday.

Atlanta fire crews responded to reports of a fire at the location shortly after midnight. When fire crews arrived, the historic structure was fully engulfed in flames, ESPN reported.

The fire reportedly started in the rear of the building. Video posted on social media shows roaring flames. No injuries were reported.

O'Neal bought the store in 2016. Originally built in 1965, the Krispy Kreme fed mourners after Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral in 1968 by donating 150 dozen doughnuts to Atlanta churches.

"I hope no one was hurt and we will bounce back better than ever," the Basketball Hall of Famer told WXIA-TV.

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Pop singer John Legend and ex-model Chrissy Teigen left a box of Krispy Kreme donuts for the Paparazzi outside their Malibu home during the statewide COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

The couple were seen leaving their home without face masks on in California where a lockdown is in effect and all residents are ordered to wear face masks.

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Chrissy was seen loading flowers and other objects in her car while trying to maintain social distancing from a friend.

John took a box of donuts to the curbside where the paparazzi were snapping photos.

Afterwards, Chrissy taunted the paparazzi on Twitter, saying, "u know who is suffering right now. the paparazzi. ain't got no one to shoot. some outside my house right now. waiting waiting for a walk that will never happen. a nipple that will never fall out. I think... I think I will give them a nipple".