Tupac spoke about Jada Pinkett-Smith just as much as she speaks about him.
In a new book written by Staci Robinson, with approval from Tupac's late mother, Afeni Shakur Davis, Tupac and Jada Pinkett-Smith's relationship was highlighted in a section of the book.
The book feature quotes from his sister Sekyiwa Shakur. She spoke about Tupac's friendship with John Cole. "All I remember is John coming over to the house all the time. And nothing else could be talked about but Jada,” she expressed in the biography. “His music changed. This people changed. And Jada came- the entity! The magazine posters had come off his wall and John’s art went up on his wall. And pictures of Jada."
Jada and Tupac met when they both attended Maryland high school, Baltimore School for the Art. Reportedly in the book, Staci also talked about a song that Tupac wrote to the actress after he moved to Marin City, CA. The song was reportedly “The omega of my Heart."
Some of the lyrics in the song reportedly read, “u will never fully understand / How Deeply my Heart Feels 4 u U R my Heart in Human Form / a Friend I could never replace."
Jada also referred to Tupac as her “soulmate friendship,” in an interview with Rolling Out.“If there is such a thing as past lives, I definitely think that Pac and I have traveled a few together,” she said when asked if she ever regretted that their friendship didn’t turn to romance. “It just wasn’t possible.”
“It was like God made us that way,” she continued. “It was like, look, I’m going to put y’all together, right? Y’all are going to be a dynamic duo. But I’m going to tell you right now, I’m going to make it so y’all are not going to be able to get together ’cause that just wasn’t the purpose.”