Jada Pinkett Smith Admits Late Tupac Was Her 'Soulmate': 'If There Is Such A Thing As Past Lives'

Tupac Shakur Said Jada Pinkett Smith Made Him 'Climax Without Sex'

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By Favour Adegoke on October 24, 2023 at 5:45 PM EDT

Jada Pinkett Smith has made headlines in recent weeks promoting her new book, "Worthy." The book included a few stunning details about her relationship with the late legendary rapper Tupac Shakur.

Now, amid the fanfare about its release, a poem written by the "Dear Mama" singer and addressed to Jada has been unearthed and sparked renewed interest. It is featured in a new biography about the rapper, titled "Tupac Shakur: The Authorized Biography."

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Tupac Shakur’s Loving Poem To Jada Pinkett Smith

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According to a report, Tupac Shakur once expressed his feelings about Jada in a poem that has now been featured in Staci Robinson's new biography about him.

The late rapper's poem features several metaphorical statements voicing how he felt about the mother of two in three verses of four lines each.

In the first verse, he said the actress was the "omega" of his heart and described her as the ideal black woman.

For the second verse, he wrote, per Insider, "U will never fully understand/ How Deeply my Heart Feels 4 U" before going on to voice his fears about them growing apart someday.

Tupac also talked about how she brings him "2 climax without sex," a statement that seemed to suggest that they had an ethereal bond unlike no other.

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He concluded the poem with, "U R my Heart in Human Form / a Friend I could never replace."

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She Changed Tupac Shakur's Life

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In addition to the poem, Robinson's new biography about the late emcee also touched on the meeting between the duo back in the 1980s as sophomores at the Baltimore School for the Arts in Maryland.

Tupac and Jada finding their way into each other's lives seemed like destiny, as they quickly grew a strong friendship bond. They would often spend their pastime discussing at length a variety of topics that ranged from contemporary literature to politics.

Their bond was so visible that even Tupac's sister, Sekyiwa Shakur, noticed how much his life changed after he met Jada, as pointed out in the book.

"All I remember is John coming over to the house all the time. And nothing else could be talked about but Jada," Sekyiwa said, referencing Tupac's conversation with a friend, John Cole.

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She added, "His music changed. His 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."

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Tupac Shakur Once Proposed To Jada Pinkett Smith

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Typically, a bond like the one shared by Jada and Tupac would often translate into a romantic affair or even marriage. However, theirs was stuck at friendship, but not for a lack of trying.

Back in 1995, while serving time for sexual assault at the Clinton Correctional Facility, Tupac proposed to Jada. However, Jada seemed to have rejected the offer on the grounds that the rapper's reasons for proposing were not right.

"I knew at that time that he needed somebody to do time with him, which I was gonna do anyway," read a contribution from Jada in Tupac's biography. "He didn't have to marry me to do that. I'm here. He needed a rock. Because of our friendship and everything we had been through together, he just wanted to feel that solidified foundation."

Eventually, Jada ended up getting married to actor Will Smith in 1997. A year before that, Tupac was shot and killed in a drive-by in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was 25 years old at the time.

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Jada Pinkett Smith Explains Why She Never Dated Tupac Shakur

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As to whether she regretted not taking up Shakur's offer of marriage when it was on the table, Jada recently revealed that she wasn't ever interested in a romantic relationship with him.

"It just wasn't possible," she said in an interview with Rolling Out. "There was no chemistry between us."

She also revealed that her new memoir, "Worthy," also explained that she only ever saw the "Letter to the President" crooner in the light of a friend. She then cited that what they had was a "friendship-love chemistry."

However, that didn't stop her from acknowledging that she shared a "soulmate" connection with Tupac despite their lack of romance.

She added, "If there is such a thing as past lives, I definitely think Pac and I have traveled a few together. You know, in various forms."

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