I guess some people think it's fun to watch Shaquille O'Neill attempt to toss a pizza for a few seconds, and hang out with a few Papa Johns employees for a few minutes, before getting into one of his luxury cars and driving to the airport to climb aboard his private jet to fly off to one of his houses, because it convinces them that this former NBA star with a net worth of $400 million is Just One of The Guys. I say "I guess," because I don't know, and I don't know because the comment section for this video is turned off.
I think it's entirely possible that some people also think that watching a guy who has rented his name and image to low-coverage, monthly-payment car insurance and high-interest rental "services" to a massive pizza chain in exchange for god knows how much money (which he doesn't need) is a little tone-deaf. Especially when you consider that those employees Shaq is having fun with won't make in ten years what Shaq made in a week of playing basketball- hell, they probably won't make in ten years what Shaq was paid to do this commercial.
But again- at least he's only selling trash "food" and not life-destroying addictions or terrible investments in non-fungible non-currency. That puts him above Jamie Foxx and the ubiquitous Kevin Hart, at least. Low bar, but Shaq gets over it. I wonder if he tipped those employees with something other than a signature before driving off in that car, though.