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Twitter Trolls Will Smith After Jada Pinkett Smith Shares Never Before Seen Poem By Tupac



Twitter Reacts To Jada Pinkett-Smith's Birthday Post For Tupac Shakur

Jada Pinkett Smith Shares Never Before Seen Poem By Tupac Ahead Of 50th Birthday

Jada Pinkett Smith has overtime discussed how Tupac’s death continues to affect her. According to the actress, she rejected a role in the 1995 classic film Dead Presidents because of Pac’s beef with the movie’s directors.

Last year, Will Smith admitted that he was once jealous of the love his now-wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, shared with her childhood friend, Tupac Shakur.

Well, in honor of what would have been Tupac’s 50th birthday, Jada Pinkett-Smith has returned to social media to discuss her late friend once again. She took to Instagram to celebrate Pac’s birthday by sharing a video that features a never-before-seen poem written by the late rapper.

Jada Pinkett Smith Shares Never Before Seen Poem By Tupac Ahead Of 50th Birthday

“Tupac Amaru Shakur would have been 50 midnight tonight! As we prepare to celebrate his legacy … let’s remember him for that which we loved most … his way with words. Here are a few you may have never heard before…Happy “you goin’n to be 50 at midnight” Birthday Pac!… I got next.”

The poem reads, “Some say nothing gold can last forever / And 2 believe this [I] need no proof / I have witnessed all that was pure in me / And be changed by the evil men can do / The innocence possessed by children / Once lived inside my soul / But surviving years with criminal peers / Has turned my warm heart to cold.”

“I used 2 dream and fantasize / But now I’m scared 2 sleep,” Tupac’s poem continues. “Petrified, not to live or die / But to awaken and still be me / It is true that nothing gold can last / We will all one day see death / When the purest hearts are torn apart / LOST SOULS are all that’s left / Down on my knees I beg of God / To save me from this fate / Let me live to see what was gold in me / Before it is all too late.”

Pac ended his letter by writing, “Yours, Tupac.”

Once again, folks on Twitter are having a field day roasting Will Smith over the poem. Here are some reactions on Twitter:

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