“He needed a [Rock]. Because our friendship and because of everything we have been through together,” Pinkett Smith said.
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Pinkett Smith's new memoir hits bookshelves everywhere on Oct. 17
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The pair bonded while attending the Baltimore School for the Arts together. Pinkett Smith also appeared in his “Keep Ya Head Up” and “Temptations” music videos.
Pinkett Smith posted $100,000 bail when Shakur was convicted for sexual abuse in 1994. Pinkett Smith and the “Hit ‘Em Up” rapper had a close friendship for many years. She previously revealed that she met Pac when she was a drug dealer.
Jada Pinkett Smith is making sure her upcoming memoir becomes a top seller, as she continues to make headlines involving her dear friend Tupac Shakur.
In another interview with RollingOut, the actress, 52, referred to “the late goat” as someone with whom she had a “soulmate friendship.”
Pinkett Smith, who is on the road promoting her upcoming memoir “Worthy,” did admit with a laugh, “If there is such a thing as past lives, I definitely think Pac and I have traveled a few together in various forms.”
“If there is such a thing as past lives, I definitely think that Pac and I have traveled a few together,” Jada said when asked if she ever regretted not taking things to the next level with the musician, before replying, “It just wasn't possible.”