Jada Pinkett Smith is sharing a poem close to her heart and dear to her, a poem written to Pinkett-Smith by her late friend Tupak Shakur that has never been seen before.
The 49-year-old “Set It Off” actress, who had previously revealed her unconditional love for Shakur, posted a handwritten memoir about what could be the rapper and actor’s 50th birthday.
“I don’t think it was ever published,” he said in the clip. “… I don’t think he’ll remember that I shared it with you.”
The co-host of “Red Table Talk” later read the poem aloud, which speaks of death, and Shakur’s “Let me see what gold was in me / let it live before it’s too late.”
Smith will tell how he kept his wife’s hand as a friendly friend of Jada to Pickett and Tupac.
Pinkett Smith and Shakur met as teenagers when the two attended the Baltimore School for the Arts.
Jada Pinkit Smith Emotionally Talks About ‘Complex’ Tupac Shakur Relationship
Back in 2015, Pinkett Smith confirmed to Howard Stern that he and Shakur were not physically attracted to each other. To prove it, he said he forced the composer to kiss him but they agreed that it was the “most disgusting kiss” to them.
In 2017, two years later, Pinkett Smith told people that the two had never been romantic.
That same year, he also admitted in a SiriusXM radio interview that they met when he was a drug dealer and said that he and “Dear Mama” formed a relationship based on survival rather than old romance.
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Shakur also wrote a love letter to former Shikha Madonna. In July 2017, a judge stopped the auction sale of the valuable possession.
Shakur was shot dead on September 25, 1996 in Las Vegas.
Jessica Napoli of Fox News contributed to this report.