In a recent interview, actress and talk show host Jada Pinkett Smith acknowledged her deep bond with the late rapper Tupac Shakur as “soulmates” who more than likely inhabited past lives together. This revelation came after the controversies surrounding her new memoir, in which she revealed intimate details about her marriage to actor Will Smith.
Jada openly spoke about her relationship with Tupac to Rolling Out’s Christal Jordan in an interview. She said that soul mates can be there beyond the realm of romantic relationships as well, through family ties, and she felt that her connection with Tupac was also one of two soul mates.
While she confirmed a soulmate, Jada noted that they were just platonic as there was no romantic chemistry with them. She emphasized the unique level of “friendship-love chemistry” that existed between them.
Jada’s Hope: Breakthrough in Tupac’s Murder Case
Jada shared an optimistic message about closure being near after news broke that someone had been arrested in connection with his 1996 murder. She went to her Instagram story, sharing the recent arrest of Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis and the chances of getting to know what really transpired surrounding Shakur’s death.
In a shocking revelation, Jada admitted that she had been living apart from her husband, actor Will Smith, for seven years, something she has talked about in her memoir. Though they are still legally married, both live their lives separately from each other.
Jada’s admission further fueled talks regarding the 2022 Oscar slap incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock, with Jada admitting she thought it was a skit until she saw her husband’s face.
These recent developments have shed light on the complexities that were part of Jada Pinkett Smith’s personal as well as professional life, giving her a chance to discuss love, heartbreaks, friendship, and her relationship with none other than Tupac Shakur.