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Reality TV mogul Shaunie O'Neal is engaged to marry her boyfriend of 2 years, Pastor Keion Henderson.
Shaunie, 46, is best known as ex-wife of former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal and as executive producer of VH1's reality TV series, Basketball Wives: LA.
Shaunie told PEOPLE her man popped the question on a tropical island at 11:11 p.m. on November 11.
She said the time and date symbolized a special "point of connection" and "played a significant role throughout their relationship since the day they met as they call, text, or pray together daily at that time each day without fail."
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Like most smart women Shaunie waited the requisite 2 years to make sure Keion was the one.
"Honestly I'm the person that thought I would never in my lifetime experience a love like this. Everything about that night was incredibly amazing," Shaunie said.
"I wouldn't change a single thing. As a matter of fact, I wish I could experience it over and over again."
"Keion is an extraordinary man of God. He's wise, he's supportive, he's so loving and attentive. He loves me and my children in a way that has changed my life and my heart. He makes me want to be better every day. And I pray that I do the same for him. This love is FOREVER and I'm honored and overjoyed to do forever with him."
Shaunie O'Neal has apparently found Love again after divorcing NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal.
As reported by EurWEB.com, Shaunie shared a birthday post to her new man Pastor Keion Henderson, of Houston, Texas.
Shaunie, 46, wrote:
"Happy birthday to my best friend and partner in life, Keion. Today many will celebrate you for the impact that you have made in their lives, the love you’ve shown to perfect strangers, and the comfort you’ve provided sharing the word of God. Today I celebrate you because as our friendship has blossomed, you've become my safe place where I can authentically grow without judgement. You are my soundboard, you've taught me so much thus far, and you love me and my children unconditionally."
Shaunie's post drew mainly positive responses from her followers.
One follower wrote: "I'm so happy for your Shaunie. God has truly blessed you. It’s nothing like finding your soulmate and best friend. I just married mine after 19 years. Wishing you all the best in the future."
But others were more cautious.
Another IG user warmed Shaunie: "Don't give him any of your money. He will ask."
And another wrote: "This one of my favorite online pastors. Uhm I thought he was married, though."
Others noted it's always a bad idea to put your new man on display on social media.