July 1, 2021

Jada Pinkett Smith Reportedly Told Tupac Not To Beat Will Smith Up

Jada Pinkett Smith Reportedly Told Tupac Not To Beat Will Smith Up

On what would have been Tupac’s 50th birthday. Jada Pinkett Smith sent social media in a frenzy after she shared a never-before-seen poem from the late icon. 

The poem reads, “some say nothing gold can last forever / And 2 believe this [I] need no proof / I have witnessed all that was pure in me / And be changed by the evil men can do / The innocence possessed by children / Once lived inside my soul / But surviving years with criminal peers / Has turned my warm heart to cold / I used 2 dream and fantasize / But now I’m scared 2 sleep / Petrified, not to live or die / But to awaken and still be me / It is true that nothing gold can last / We will all one day see death / When the purest hearts are torn apart / LOST SOULS are all that’s left / Down on my knees I beg of God / To save me from this fate / Let me live to see what was gold in me / Before it is all too late.”

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In a recent sit-down with   former Outlawz rapper The Art Of Dialogue, Napoleon discusses Jada Pinkett Smith and Tupac’s close relationship.

“The second time I probably heard him talk about her is when he went to LA,” Napoleon says. “He was very upset. Pac came in the room [and] was like ‘Jada, she gonna contact me and tell me don’t do nothing to Will Smith.’ Pac was upset, and said ‘I don’t know why she think I would have tried to make some problems with Will Smith. ‘ He had a lot of love for Jada Pinkett at the time.”

Watch the full interview below.